Parker Lewis got caught watching the scoreboards.
It was hard to blame him.
With Lewis and his Chatfield teammates making short work of their rivalry match against Columbine, it seemed at like a race for who was going to be done first.
While that honor might have fallen to Chatfield No. 2 singles player Jensen Teague, the Chargers were happy with the 6-1 victory over the Rebels on Sept. 18 at the Ken-Caryl Ranch House.
The Chargers won everything but the No. 1 doubles spot against the Rebels.
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