The adage states that it easier to get to the top than to stay at the top. The Highland Trojans are about to find out just how true that proverb can be.
As Highland hopes to improve on the 24-1 success that it saw in 2010, the Trojans will count on doubles player Liz Quinn, who was a first-team all-state player last season.
Highland senior Liz Quinn is entering her fourth years as the Trojans' No. 1 doubles player. She's had a different partner each of those four seasons.
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