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February 1, 2014

Eagles tennis signs Clinton standout

MERIDIAN —     Meridian Community College head tennis coach Wanda McPhail announced this week that Clinton High School standout Alden Hartley has signed a national letter of intent to play tennis next season for the Lady Eagles.

    Hartley becomes the first member of the 2014 signing class for the women’s team at Meridian Community College. Alden becomes the second member of her family to play tennis at MCC, as her older sister Ashton played for the Lady Eagles as well.

    Hartley has played tennis since she was 10 and has played varsity tennis at Clinton High School since her sophomore year. Hartley has played mostly doubles during her high school career and has previously won district title honors, while qualifying for state individuals.

    Hartley is also very strong in the classroom as well by earning several honors academically while at Clinton. Hartley is a member of the student council, FCA, SADD, and a member of the honor society.

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