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Bolivar High School seniors Lexi Berry and Megan Roberts are friends and tennis doubles partners who won the school’s first doubles state championship last weekend. 

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Bolivar High School girls tennis coach Nathan Rothdiener believes good players are built in the offseason. 

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Southwest Baptist University track and field claimed six individual first-place finishes  at the Great Lakes Valley Conference championship meet Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 29 through March 1.

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SBU women’s tennis picked up its second win of the year, taking a 4-1 victory over Southern Arkansas University on Saturday, Feb. 22. 

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Southwest Baptist University’s STUNT team opened its 2020 season with a 3-2 finish at a tournament in Oklahoma City last Saturday through Sunday, Feb. 8-9.

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Bolivar High School tennis players Lexi Berry and Megan Roberts will compete at the Class 1 state tournament Thursday through Saturday, Oct. 24-26, at the Cooper Tennis Complex in Springfield. 

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Lady Liberators tennis doubles tandem Lexi Berry and Megan Roberts are district champions, following a 6-2, 6-1 win over a team from Osage at the Class 1 District 9 tournament Friday, Oct. 11. 

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Down 7-2 to a Nixa opponent last month, Bolivar junior Megan Roberts started a comeback run that saw her turn the tide to take the win. 

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As a sophomore on last year’s Lady Liberators tennis squad, Megan Roberts recalled the influence the team’s outgoing seniors had on the varsity group.