After defeating opponents from Mountain Heritage and Hendersonville, four Polk County High School tennis players will compete in doubles play at the Oct. 18 regionals at Gardner-Webb University. The Wolverines’ No. 1 doubles team of Alivia Livesay and Jamie Green eventually defeated Polk’s No. 2 doubles team of Ali Halbkat and MacKenzie McCool, 6-2, 6-2. All four qualified for regional competition. Representing Hendersonville in regional singles competition will be Victoria Thomas and Hannah Coker, after the former defeated the latter, each having defeated other rivals. (photos by Mark Schmerling)
Alivia Livesay 

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Four Polk tennis players to compete in regional doubles play

Published 6:49pm Monday, October 14, 2013

After defeating opponents from Mountain Heritage and Hendersonville, four Polk County High School tennis players will compete in doubles play at the Oct. 18 regionals at Gardner-Webb University.

The Wolverines’ No. 1 doubles team of Alivia Livesay and Jamie Green eventually defeated Polk’s No. 2 doubles team of Ali Halbkat and MacKenzie McCool, 6-2, 6-2.

All four qualified for regional competition.

Representing Hendersonville in regional singles competition will be Victoria Thomas and Hannah Coker, after the former defeated the latter, each having defeated other rivals.

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