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Lockport Township’s No. 1 singles player, Cassidy Hillock, hits a forehand shot Sept. 5 during a dual against Lincoln-Way West in Lockport. Photos by James Sanchez/22nd Century Media
Bri Hillock powers a backhand against the Warriors.
Kaitlyn Graves, who is half of the Porters’ No. 1 doubles team alongside Bri Hillock, hits a forehand down the baseline.
Randy Whalen, Freelance Reporter
5:26 pm CDT September 11, 2017

Officially, Lockport Township continued its excellent start to the girls tennis season with a 7-0 win over Lincoln-Way West Sept. 5 in Lockport. 

Although the final tally of last week’s SouthWest Suburban Conference crossover was one-sided, both teams took positives out of it.

“We have a pretty deep team and a lot of good players,” Lockport coach Bob Champlin said. “All that depth has paid off.”

On the other side, West coach John Cupp is also happy with his team’s depth.