Valley's boys tennis team swept the nine doubles sets Thursday on its way to a 15-3 win at Eldorado.
A preview of 2015 boys tennis teams.
Palo Verde rarely is in rebuilding mode as the roster is deep and more than capable of filling in holes
Hansel, Drabicki and Werle all advanced to the quarterfinals of the Sunrise Region doubles tournament last year and are among 10 returnees for the Falcons, who also picked up Crawford, a transfer from Texas, where he placed third in his district singles tournament.
Jack Stevens, who was a Southern Region quarterfinalist in singles last season, already owns the program's record for wins with 87.
Trever Berg advanced to the quarterfinals of the Sunrise Region doubles tournament last year and is one of seven returnees, five of whom saw a significant amount of time for the Wolves.
Head coach Matt Porter says the team is well-balanced with very skilled singles and doubles players
Head coach Rich says key players have matured and will bolster the team to a division win and be competitive in the playoffs
Head coach Kade McAllister expects a number of juniors to use their playoff experience from last year to advance further
Head coach Tom Gillespie says he is hopeful this year, to be one of the top three high school tennis teams
Nevadapreps.com has posted all of the 2015 fall sports schedules it has received.
Palo Verde sisters Chloe and Sophie Henderson insist they rarely argue.