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See larger Three Oaks Middle School's Kevin Short eyes the ball during a doubles match against Trafalgar in the Lee County Middle School Boys Tennis Championship on May 16, 2012 at Rutenberg Park in Fort Myers. Trafalgar won, 3-2. Kevin Johnson/Staff

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Three Oaks Middle School's Kevin Short eyes the ball during a doubles match against Trafalgar in the Lee County Middle School Boys Tennis Championship on May 16, 2012 at Rutenberg Park in Fort Myers. Trafalgar won, 3-2. Kevin Johnson/Staff

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  • Three Oaks Middle School's Kevin Short eyes the ball during a doubles match against Trafalgar in the Lee County Middle School Boys Tennis Championship on May 16, 2012 at Rutenberg Park in Fort Myers. Trafalgar won, 3-2. Kevin Johnson/Staff
  • Three Oaks Middle School's JJ Wocjicki returns a shot against Trafalgar in the Lee County Middle School Boys Tennis Championship's No. 1 doubles match on May 16, 2012 at Rutenberg Park in Fort Myers. Kevin Johnson/Staff
  • Three Oaks Middle School eighth grader Gabe Trank returns a shot during the No. 1 singles match against Cape Coral-Trafalgar in the Lee County Middle School Boys Tennis Championship on May 16 at Rutenberg Park in Fort Myers. Trank concluded his undefeated season with a 5-2 win, but Trafalgar captured the title by winning three of the day's five matches. Kevin Johnson/Staff
  • Three Oaks Middle Schoo's Gabe Trank hits a backhander during the No. 1 singles match against Trafalgar in the Lee County Middle School Boys Tennis Championship on May 16, 2012 at Rutenberg Park in Fort Myers. Trank won his match, 5-2. Trafalgar won the title, 3-2. Kevin Johnson/Staff
  • Three Oaks Middle School's Hogan Long rips a forehand during the No. 3 singles match against Cape Coral-Trafalgar in the Lee County Middle School Boys Tennis Championship on May 16, 2012 at Rutenberg Park in Fort Myers. Trafalgar won the title, 3-2.
  • Cape Coral-Trafalgar's Ethan Littlestone hits a backhander during the No. 1 singles match against Three Oaks in the Lee County Middle School Boys Tennis Championship on May 16, 2012 at Rutenberg Park in Fort Myers. Trafalgar won the title, 3-2.
  • Three Oaks Middle School's Nolan Nowak returns a shot during the No. 2 singles match against Cape Coral-Trafalgar in the Lee County Middle School Boys Tennis Championship on May 16, 2012 at Rutenberg Park in Fort Myers. Trafalgar won, 3-2. Kevin Johnson/Staff
  • Three Oaks Middle School eighth grader Gabe Trank hits the ball during the No. 1 singles match against Trafalgar in the Lee County Middle School Boys Tennis Championship on May 16, 2012 at Rutenberg Park in Fort Myers. Trank won the match, 5-2. Trafalgar won the title, 3-2.
  • Trafalgar Middle School's Jordan Diggs hits a backhander during the No. 2 singles match against Three Oaks in the Lee County Middle School Boys Tennis Championship on May 16, 2012 at Rutenberg Park in Fort Myers. Trafalgar won, 3-2. Kevin Johnson/Staff
  • Three Oaks Middle School eighth grader Gabe Trank returns a shot at the net during the No. 1 singles match against Trafalgar in the Lee County Middle School Boys Tennis Championship on May 16, 2012 at Rutenberg Park in Fort Myers. Trank won his match, 5-2. Trafalgar won the title, 3-2.
  • Matt Hagen, Lee County's Coordinator of Middle School Intramural Activities, presents regional and county tennis championship plaquest to Cape Coral's Trafalgar on May 16, 2012 at Rutenberg Park in Fort Myers. Kevin Johnson/Staff
  • The Trafalgar Middle School boys tennis team from Cape Coral celebrates its regional and county championships on May 16, 2012 at Rutenberg Park in Fort Myers. Trafalgar edged Three Oaks in the Lee County final, 3-2. Kevin Johnson/Staff

Trafalgar from Cape Coral edged Three Oaks, 3-2, in the Lee County Middle School Boys Tennis Championship on Wednesday in Fort Myers.

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