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They may seem like ordinary ingredients to you, printed inconspicuously in small print on the common food label of your favorite items on the shelves of your trusted grocery store, but that doesn’t mean they’re good for your body in the long run. 
According to Will Siskey, a former Albertville Aggie tennis star and “clean-eating” advocate, the decision to drastically alter his own diet went great lengths in improving the overall health of his hair and spirit.

For the second time this season, the LaGrange men's tennis team downed Oxford of Emory. The Panthers (2-1) edged the visiting Eagles 5-4 on Sunday in a non-conference match.

Freshman Dylan Brock clinched the win at #4 singles. He defeated Frank Lin in three sets, 6-4, 6-7 and 6-4. Brock and Drew Cantrell also won at #3 doubles

LaGrange (1-1) went on the road Saturday for non-conference match against Reinhardt. The NAIA Eagles downed the Panthers 9-0. The Panthers host Oxford of Emory on Sunday, March 2.

OXFORD, Ga. - The LaGrange men's tennis team opened its 2014 season with a 6-3 win over homestanding Oxford at Emory.

The Panthers will play at Reinhardt on Saturday, Feb. 22 in their next match. They open the home portion of their schedule against Oxford at Emory on Sunday, March 2.

SEWANEE, Tenn. - The LaGrange men's tennis team played in the Fall USTA/ITA Regional hosted by the University of the South (Sewanee). The 15-team tournament was shortened by rain on Saturday.

The Panthers' doubles team of Alex Glass and Dylan Brock reached the B Doubles Main Draw Quarterfinals before rain washed out the match. Glass and Brock received a first round bye, then defeated Griffith and Brand of Mississippi College 8-6.

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Albertville tennis star Will Siskey has signed with LaGrange, according to The Sand Mountain Reporter. Classmate Will Estes has signed a baseball scholarship with Berry, according to the Reporter.

Mary Montgomery pitcher Kevin Cooper and outfielder Brett Fillingim signed with Spring Hill College, while Dallas Kirksey signed a basketball scholarship with Faulkner State, reports Arthur Mack.
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When Will Siskey made a commitment to become the best tennis player he could be, his career took off.

Siskey played No. 1 singles for the Albertville boys as a senior, earning All-Marshall County honors.

He also teamed with classmate Trent Lynn to win the Marshall County Tournament championship at No. 2 doubles.

On May 14, Siskey launched the next phase of his career by signing a letter of intent with LaGrange College, an NCAA Division III institution in LaGrange, Ga.

article by Geoffrey Melcher in The Sand Mountain Reporter
As 260 Albertville High School students walked across the aisle to retrieve their diplomas Friday, the uncertainty of an impending future might have been a new and unfamiliar sensation to some.

Will Siskey, a recent AHS graduate, is one of those students who is no stranger to adversity. He has learned through personal circumstance that life doesn’t always play out the way you want it to, although good things are always around the corner waiting to be taken advantage of.

Siskey, a varsity tennis player who suffers from Alopecia Universalis, an autoimmune disorder that’s affected his hair growth for a good portion of his life, has admittedly come a long way with the disease in becoming the better player and human being he wanted to be both on and off the court.

The Albertville tennis teams enjoyed road victories over Lee-Huntsville on April 2.

Albertville’s girls rolled to a 9-0 decision while the boys cruised to a 7-2 triumph.

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PELL CITY — Senior players Will Siskey, Jay Penney and Trent Lynn powered the Albertville boys tennis team to a 9-0 rout of Class 6A, Section 7 opponent Pell City on Monday.

Siskey was recently named to the National Prince Hot 100 rising stars in tennis.

Albertville’s girls suffered a close 5-4 loss to the Panthers.

The Aggies’ senior girls are Courtney Moore and Mary-Catherine Mitchell.