Banks County’s Leopards’ tennis team have three matches under their belts so far and are 2-1 as the boys prepare for this week, before the battle for sub-region dominance begins.
With rain delays hindering practices and expected to delay today’s (Wednesday) practice as well, coach Mike Ruth said that Thursday’s match is the first real test as Banks County takes on Rabun County on the road. The match starts at 4 p.m.
“I feel we can compete with these sub-region teams,” Ruth said. “With Rabun, Dawson, Fannin and East Hall all playing in the sub-region, it will be competitive. But, if we can get some more practice time I think we will be competitive with them.”