Courtesy Photo The 2018 Cougar Tennis team held their annual end of season awards cookout to officially wrap-up the season.

Courtesy Photo

The 2018 Cougar Tennis team held their annual end of season awards cookout to officially wrap-up the season.

The Grayson County Cougars Tennis teams wrapped up their 2018 season with their annual awards cookout.

Coach Sherry Vincent said, "Both squads had an accomplished season, maximizing opportunities throughout the 2018 season."

The Lady Cougars ended their season 17-1 and the Cougars ended their season 14-4.

The 2018 Annual Awards were given as follows:

Maxton Cummings won the award for Varsity Dominate Singles, ending his season 10-5 and he won most improved, in 2016 with Jr. Varsity, in 2017 with 4-6 seeded position, and Varsity newcomer. He also won Dr. James Killingbeck.

Grace Gorby won the award for Dominate Singles, ending her season and high school tennis career at a perfect 18-0, with a 14-0 regular season play; she also won the award for most valuable player. This season, Grace won her fourth regional singles title and the Luke Woodward Outstanding Female Award for 3rd Region player this season,

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she also achieved sweet sixteen at state and seeded 9.

Mallory O'Neal won the award for Most Improved, ending her season 8-2 for singles, 8-0 for doubles.

Grant Manion won the award for Varsity New Comer, ending his season with 9-1 for singles and 8-4 doubles.

Bailey Richardson won Varsity Newcomer, ending her season with 5-3 for singles and 9-1 for doubles.

Owen Brown won the award for Grit and Grind, ending his season with 9-3 for singles and 6-0 for doubles. He also won the award for most outstanding team contributions for his purpose, practice, attitude, conduct, his off-season willingness to help and for making all players feel worthy.

Mackenzie Edwards won the award for Grit and Grind, ending her season at 12-1 for singles.

Lincoln Nichols won the award for All Court Game, ending his season with 5-3 for singles and 6-6 for doubles.

Hailey Woosley won the award for sportsmanship, ending her season 7-1 for singles and 7-0 for doubles.

Miles Hornbeck also won the award for sportsmanship.

Kandler Lindsey and Kourtnee Hayes won the award for best doubles.

This season's Varsity Team Captains were Nathan Mattingly, Maxton Cummings, Sydney Rogers and Grace Gorby.

This season's Junior Varsity Captain was Chase Richardson.

The seniors were Nathan Mattingly, Grace Gorby, Mackenzie Edwards, Kourtnee Hayes and Sydney Rogers.