Can Lexington win its 15th OCC title in 18 years?

LEXINGTON – They will be gunning for a four-peat. As well as a three-peat.

In a world where Ron Schaub’s Lexington boys tennis team has, with rare exception, ruled the Ohio Cardinal Conference since its inception in the 2003-04 school year, a three-peat by the Minutemen might actually be more impressive.

Overwhelming favorites to win a fourth-straight OCC crown and 15th in 18 years, Lex has the kind of stacked lineup that could pull off perfection for a third straight spring.

Perfection, in this case, means sweeping every OCC dual match and then all five brackets in the league tournament.

Last year the Minutemen never lost a court during dual play, winning every league match 5-0 before going 5-0 in the tournament to finish an immaculate season with 60 points, the most a team can accumulate in one year.

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