Etowah girls, River Ridge boys look to build off s...
by Alex Resnak
aresnak@cherokeetribune.com
10:32 PM, Tuesday, February 09
Tennis season officially got underway Monday, and while the Etowah girls team and River Ridge boys teams will be looking to take the next step after reaching the state semifinals last season, several others are poised to make a run to the playoffs.

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