The United States Tennis Association 11-year-old Isabella Hartung of Davidson the No.1 tennis player in the state of North Carolina for girls aged 12 and younger.
The United States Tennis Association 11-year-old Isabella Hartung of Davidson the No.1 tennis player in the state of North Carolina for girls aged 12 and younger. Courtesy of Todd Hartung
The United States Tennis Association 11-year-old Isabella Hartung of Davidson the No.1 tennis player in the state of North Carolina for girls aged 12 and younger. Courtesy of Todd Hartung

Cannon School’s Isabella Hartung ranked No. 1 tennis player in the state

April 11, 2017 05:04 PM

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