By Craig Harper
For the Courier
Opening a rebuilding season against perennial Class 4A boys tennis power Colorado Academy, Evergreen co-coach Bob Greenman wasn’t expecting a victory.
His mantra for a team with just two seniors and three returning varsity players was simple: compete from start to finish. But in Greenman’s eyes, the Cougars — with the exception of new No. 1 singles player Luke Camp — didn’t do that, which was the focus of his disappointment more than the 7-0 loss itself to the Mustangs at Hiwan Golf Club on Aug. 28.
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