WKTV - Karlie Cubino had a historical career for the Whitesboro High School tennis team, and is far from done with the sport.
She will move on to play on the courts at Mohawk Valley Community College, where she will begin her educational and collegiate athletic career.
Cubino and her doubles partner, Kylie Cleary, were part of the first Warriors varsity girls doubles team back when they paired up in 2016.
They stuck together for the next four years, earning spots at the individual state qualifiers two years in a row and going undefeated through the regular season in fall 2019.
After the perfect regular season, the duo placed third at sectionals, going 23-3 overall to close out their high school careers.
Through her six-year varsity career for Whitesboro, Cubino went a combined 67-28 in singles and doubles play.
She and Cleary were both named as 2019 All-Mohawk Valley All-Stars for tennis by the Observer-Dispatch.
Cubino also played volleyball and ran outdoor track for the Warriors. She had signed up to play for the Whitesboro unified basketball team in the spring 2020 season, which ended up being cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Karlie is joining the MVCC/SUNY Oneonta joint chilhood education program in the fall.
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