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Worthington Christian’s Mayotte caps tennis career with trip to state

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Worthington Christian senior Meghan Mayotte concluded her prep career in tennis by competing in the Division II state tournament Oct. 21 at Lindner Family Tennis Center in Mason. She has committed to play basketball at Ohio Dominican.

Before beginning the next step in her basketball career, Meghan Mayotte made one final athletic stop outside the sport: the Division II state girls tennis tournament. 

The Worthington Christian senior, who helped the girls basketball team to a Division III state runner-up finish last winter, became the Warriors’ first singles player to qualify for state since Christiana Raymond won the 2006 championship.

The two sports form a symbiotic relationship for the 5-foot-9 Mayotte, a combo guard who announced Sept. 8 that she’ll play college basketball at Ohio Dominican.

“I’ve committed to Ohio Dominican for basketball and they don’t have a tennis program, so I’m only going to play basketball (competitively) from now on,” said Mayotte, a Westerville resident. “(Tennis) helps with my footwork and it’s always nice to have a break from basketball. It’s a good way to stay in shape and get to know more girls.” 



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