Lenoir, Kelly Sisters Of Milligan College Earn All-AAC Tennis Honors

Sunday, April 20, 2014 - by Special to Chattanoogan.com
Kayla Kelly, Jackson Lenoir, Caleb Friddell (senior and ex-Ooltewah player) and Ahmee Kelly, left to right, at recent Milligan College tennis Senior Day.
Kayla Kelly, Jackson Lenoir, Caleb Friddell (senior and ex-Ooltewah player) and Ahmee Kelly, left to right, at recent Milligan College tennis Senior Day.
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Three former Arts & Sciences tennis players have been named to the 2014 Appalachian Athletic Conference All-Conference squad.

Jackson Lenoir, Ahmee Kelly and Kayla Kelly, who attend Milligan College, were selected to the men’s and women’s all-conference teams.

Lenoir, now a sophomore, helped Milligan win the 2013 league championship and reach the 2014 semifinals.

The Kelly sisters were instrumental in the Milligan women capture the 2014 AAC title and will compete in the upcoming NAIA national championships in Mobile, Ala. Ahmee and Kayla Kelly are four-year starters.

(E-mail Larry Fleming at larryfleming44@gmail.com)


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