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Sabina Czauz: Making history on the Northglenn tennis courts

Czauz is the first-ever competitive high school girls tennis player to play in a wheelchair
Credit: Scotty Gange/KUSA

NORTHGLENN, Colo. — Sabina Czauz is a superstar. The freshman leads the Northglenn tennis team's top doubles team. 

She is also the first-ever student-athlete to play girls tennis competitively in a wheelchair in Colorado high school history.

"I guess it's a starting of a new era," The humble girl remarked. 

"Now I just kind of feel happy. It's nice to be a part of a team...I hope [others] figure out the opportunity they have that they can start doing this and find joy out of as I do, I hope I can let them see that," she said.

Sabina has already made history, and is literally just getting started.

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