Volume 31



Player Spotlight: Brooklyn Caras ’29

Eva Caras
Brooklyn Caras playing tennis against opponent, Paul Revere.

Brooklyn Caras ’29 is a member of the middle school tennis team. Caras began to play tennis at the young age of three, but took a break. She then returned to the sport, realizing her love for it and began playing again at 6 years old.
“I played a lot of different sports when I was younger, but tennis has really stuck with me,” Caras said.
Caras plays mostly doubles, but she enjoys playing tennis overall and will play whatever she is given. She often plays tennis outside of school and is partial to playing either at a friend’s house or the tennis court down the street from her house. So far, she has been having fun playing for the school.
“It’s really fun. And I get to meet other girls [in] my grade,” Caras said. “I think it’s a great experience.”

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