Anuraag Agarwal and Ty Giggey, a doubles team from Panther Creek High School, compete in the first round of the SWAC conference tournament at the Cary Tennis Park in April.
Anuraag Agarwal and Ty Giggey, a doubles team from Panther Creek High School, compete in the first round of the SWAC conference tournament at the Cary Tennis Park in April. FILE PHOTO
Anuraag Agarwal and Ty Giggey, a doubles team from Panther Creek High School, compete in the first round of the SWAC conference tournament at the Cary Tennis Park in April. FILE PHOTO

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