MIDLOTHIAN — The Midlothian Heritage tennis team defeated Godley 18-1 on Tuesday, Sept. 26. The only loss came during the mixed doubles when the Jaguars had to forfeit due to injury.
Head tennis coach Lexi Webster said junior Abby Vargas was ready to step in and did a great job in singles.
"There's nothing like a home match," Webster added. "The energy at the courts is electric, and it's just super special to see the parents, friends, and staff out there cheering on this team."
On Saturday, Sept. 23, members from the Heritage tennis teams participated in the USTA "Children Helping Children" tournament, benefitting Children's Health.
Children’s Medical Center Foundation serves as the fundraising arm for Children’s Health System of Texas. The Foundation partners with individual donors, corporations, and organizations to help the comprehensive team of physicians, scientists and medical professionals at Children’s fulfill its mission to make life better for children.
According to the tournament website, "Children’s Medical Center Foundation raises, manages and distributes funds to support Children’s Medical Center Dallas and Plano, its Specialty Centers in Southlake, Park Cities, Mesquite, the Children’s network of 18 pediatric practices throughout North Texas and the Children’s Medical Center Research Institute at UT Southwestern."
Heritage tennis returns to the court for the final scheduled match of the season on Oct. 3 in Alvarado.