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Sportsmanship In Tennis - Stories And Solutions

As players, parents, and coaches, we all at some point experience good and poor sportsmanship in tennis.  Finding ways to inspire others to step up and improve sportsmanship will lead to more fulfilling moments in our sport.   53 more words


Girls tennis: Q&A with Yorktown Caitlyn Ferrante

Caitlyn Ferrante accomplished a bit of history for Yorktown on Monday.

Despite losing in the Section 1 tournament final to Briarcliff’s Rebecca Lim, Ferrante was able to clinch a spot at the state tournament this past weekend at Sound Shore Indoor Tennis in Port Chester, becoming the first girl from Yorktown’s program to do so. 728 more words


All-Region Tennis: Northern 4A


Northern 4A All-Region 

The first and second team awards are selected based on where the athletes place in the Regional Individual and Doubles Tournament. The Player of the Year, Doubles Team of the Year, and the Coach of the Year awards are voted on by the league coaches at the Regional Seeding Meeting prior to the Northern Regional Tournament. 392 more words


What's Your Reason Why for High School Sports?

It was two days before the high school tennis state championships.

*Snap.*      I broke my wrist.

As I heard the words “You can’t play for eight weeks,” I was devastated and more importantly I was disappointed for letting down my team. 439 more words

High School Tennis Coach

As mentioned in my first personal post, I attended McGill-Toolen Catholic High School here in Mobile. While at McGill, I played tennis for the Yellow Jackets from my 7th grade year through my senior year. 84 more words


South dominates 4A state tennis.; Haas wins 3A singles

The Southern Nevada stranglehold on high school tennis continued at the 4A state tournament.

Damonte Ranch senior Tim Zagar was the only player from Northern Nevada to win a first-round match, when he beat Seth Forstner from Silverado, 6-0, 6-0, on Friday afternoon. 400 more words


Tennis: Reno boys advance to championship

The Reno boys tennis team beat Coronado, 10-8, Thursday at Caughlin Athletic Club to advance to the state 4A  team championship.

Reno will play Palo Verde at 9 a.m. 207 more words