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Baconton's Anglin following family tradition to ABAC

BACONTON, GA (WALB) -

For the Anglin family, playing tennis at ABAC has become somewhat of a tradition.

Abby Anglin signed her letter of intent Thursday to become the fourth Anglin to play for the Stallions or Fillies.

Anglin was a team leader at Baconton Charter, but decided to follow three of her cousins to Tifton.

She says they were key recruiters and decided being a part of the family tradition was right for her.

"I'm really close to all my cousins. And with going to ABAC, they've been able to tell me like how it is, why I should go there," she says. "They all know my personality. So they just explained to me that I would really like it."

Anglin says she doesn't know what she to plans to major in.

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