Jackson County's Kade Graves was named the Region 8-AAAAA Boys Tennis Player of the Year after going undefeated in region play this year. He went 20-1 overall on the season. 

Jackson County boys’ No. 1 singles player Kade Graves was named the Region 8-AAAAA Player of the Year after going 20-1 on the season and finishing undefeated in region matches.

Graves, a senior, closed his Panther career with a 60-7 record, finishing as the school’s all-time wins leader.

Joining Graves on the 8-AAAAA all-region team were singles player Drake Tatar, who was a first-team selection, as was the doubles team of Bo Reeves and Garrett Julian,

For the girls, singles player Brooklyn Clerici was a second-team selection, while the doubles team of Emily King and Ansley Herrin also earned second-team honors.


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