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The golf season is complete after some amazing performances from the area's best golfers.
VYPE has scoured the results of TAPPS State competitors and selected those who have finished at the top with their teams and individually. Now, fans will have the chance to vote for who they deem to be worthy of the 2021 VYPE DFW Private School Male Golf Athlete of the Year Fan Poll.
The Academy Sports + Outdoors VYPE DFW Private School Male Golf Athlete of the Year Fan Poll is now live! Fans will have the chance to vote until Monday, June 14th, at 7 p.m.
Please note that the use of voting software or bots will result in a deletion of votes and a potential DQ from the contest. PLEASE try to keep this fair and fun for all involved!
All athlete polls and their content are only associated and created by VYPE Media and its staff. The context is not created or voted on by any corporate sponsor or marketing partner. Please contact VYPE Media directly if you have any questions, comments, or concerns around our Fan Polls.
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With the summer winding down, that means we're gearing up for the 2019-20 academic year. With the calendar focus shifting means the start of the volleyball season.
To lead things off, we take a look at the potential sleepers for the Southwest Preparatory Conference and TAPPS.
Greenhill: The Hornets finished third last year for the second straight season after winning the SPC title in 2016. Last year, the Hornets improved their win total by seven games and finished 20-15. Senior setters Sarah Luan and Kaylee Chien return along with middle hitter Sola Omonije, who was named to the All-SPC Team last year.
Parish Episcopal: Despite finishing 22-11, Parish Episcopal missed out on the playoffs with a relatively young squad - graduating four from last year's squad. Parish Episcopal returns three seniors and five juniors in 2019.
McKinney Christian: The Mustangs finished 19-12-2 and were bounced in their first playoff game in 2018. The 2019 squad returns with a great amount of experience that includes eight seniors and five juniors.
Arlington Pantego Christian: With a reported 20-4 record, Pantego Christian is primed to make the next step to a TAPPS state title.
Denton Calvary: Denton Calvary finished third in district and were able to take the top-ranked team in state to four sets during the lone playoff match.