Kelsey Brading and the Chatfield Chargers are promoting hard court harmony through better communication.
Once in awe of Cherry Creek’s mighty tennis program, the Chargers have gotten to know the Bruins through annual Class 5A nonleague dual meets and just really enjoy playing them.
Consider it the most polite combat since fencing.
Brading especially, as she faced defending No. 1 singles champion Caroline Schnell, whom she was once standoffish with until they started playing together as 11-year-old doubles partners.
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