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COLUMBIA CITY â€” â€śThe sky is the limit for Celine.â€ť
Kathleen Myers, Columbia Cityâ€™s head tennis coach, believes in her No. 1 singles player.
But who wouldnâ€™t?
Celine Rongos is undefeated after 14 matches, topping all Northeast Hoosier Conference opponents that sheâ€™s faced.
Itâ€™s not uncommon to see a 6-0, 6-0 score next to Rongosâ€™ name â€” but the wins didnâ€™t come without hard work.
â€śCeline doesnâ€™t just play from March to May,â€ť Myers said. â€śShe works a number of hours outside the tennis season and has a very strong work ethic.â€ť
Rongos played in several matches throughout the state during the offseason, and Myers said the extra practice has helped her strategize points and become more confident in her game.
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