The Gonzaga boys' tennis team carried its Washington Catholic Athletic Conference trophy down a tree-lined path and onto the nearest empty tennis court.
It's a prize that often belongs to them. From 2010 to 2017, the Eagles won seven of eight conference titles. But last season Good Counsel ran the league and earned its first championship since 2001.
Now that Gonzaga had taken back the trophy at Saturday's boys' conference championships at Rock Creek Tennis Center in Northwest Washington, it was time for some pictures.
"I knew this was a good team but everyone's gotten so much better from the beginning of the year until now," senior captain Andy Borman said. "We felt like we didn't send the seniors off right last year . . . This year we wanted to show the young guys how to win and what it means to play Gonzaga tennis."
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