LEBANON, Ind. (WISH) - Senior Lebanon High School tennis player Sam Godby recently snapped a 26 year school record for career wins.
Godby set the new school record at 71 wins last week against Zionsville, replacing Brett Isenhower’s previous record set in 1986.
“I knew that if I broke it, it meant I was working really hard every day at practice, because I wouldn't be able to break it if I wasn't trying my best every day and trying to make myself better,” said Godby.
“Sam is just the perfect student-athlete,” said Lebanon High School head tennis coach Brad Mustin. “He's the kid that comes to school every day wanting to work hard, wanting to make his teammates better, has a great attitude and his competitiveness is always with him.”
Despite high school tennis still continuing in the area, Godby’s record will stand at 71 career wins. Lebanon High School’s team fell to Zionsville in the second round of sectionals.
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