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Old 03-05-2013, 10:14 PM   #17
socaltennnis
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Originally Posted by Mitch Bridge View Post
If the players would play for their local school instead of the loaded school, the dual matches would be a lot more exciting. They would rather win state titles without any close matches instead of playing each other. Fun but not good for their tennis or good for the sport.
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Originally Posted by B1G Tennis View Post
They do play for the local school. It's just that the local school is a gigantic high school that covers several of the wealthiest suburbs in the Chicago area.
I believe the first quoted post is in reference specifically to Southern California where certain foreign players have used academy addresses, out of city players have used aunt's addresses, etc. to play for a public high school either for academic or tennis reasons.
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