CHEYENNE – The Border Battle started as one of those, “Wouldn’t it be cool if …” conversations frequently had on bus rides, but Josh Cossitt envisions it as an annual tennis event.

“It’s one of those things we can grow upon because of the success of this weekend,” said Cossitt, who is the director of the Frontier Park Family Tennis Center. “We didn’t do girls this time because the season for Colorado and Nebraska isn’t until the spring. But I could see us trying to do something for the girls in the spring.

Jeremiah Johnke is the WyoSports editor. He can be reached at jjohnke@

wyosports.net or 307-633-3137. Follow him on Twitter at @jjohnke.

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