Good Counsel junior Melinda Yan didn't expect to be in this role heading into the season. After leading the Falcons last fall to their first Washington Catholic Athletic Conference girls' tennis title since 1996 as the team's top singles player, Yan was bumped to the No. 2 singles position this year.
But she didn't mind: Yan was proud and even happy when freshman Jordan Grayson took over the top spot.
It meant the Falcons would almost certainly be the team to beat.
"I knew Jordan was a better player than me," Yan said. "It's fun playing on the team either way."
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