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BONDED, NOT BROKEN

The coronavirus pandemic robbed Havre's Jake Huston and Reese Bulkley of their senior year in tennis. But, playing doubles together has also bonded them in a way that will help them forge ahead, together

 

Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson

Havre High seniors Jake Huston, left, and Reese Bulkley have been a doubles tandem since their freshman year at HHS. They've also been close friends for just as long, and that's why, this season, HHS head coach George Ferguson believed the duo would have been one of the top tandems in Class A. Of course, the cancellation of the spring sports season will take away the chance for them to prove it on the court, but, they said, because the relationship they formed through playing doubles together, they'll have a friendship, and memories that will last a lifetime. Editor's Note: The Havre Daily News will continue to run stories on spring sports seniors througout the next month, in spite of the season being called off.

There are many things that have been lost with the official cancellation of the spring sports season. There will be no games, meets or events. And student-athletes, especially seniors, have been left to wonder: What might have been?

For a good majority of the seniors in high school sports, it has been a long time of dedication and hard work to go far in their sport, including Havre High tennis players Reese Bulkley and Jake Huston.

Bulkley and Huston have been a doubles team for the Blue Pony boys team since day one of their freshman year. The chemistry kicked off right away, with both B...



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