Spring break tennis plans

Seven new courts, new metal fences, and a new concrete walkway in between the courts are some of the new features that will arrive when construction is completed. We do not know when the courts will be complete, considering that in order for the courts to be finished, it has to be 50º or above for four days in a row. With luck, the courts will be finished by the first home match, on Apr. 7. (IMAGE BY MICHAEL TEETS)
Seven new courts, new metal fences, and a new concrete walkway in between the courts are some of the new features that will arrive when construction is completed. We do not know when the courts will be complete, considering that in order for the courts to be finished, it has to be 50 degree or above for four days in a row. With luck, the courts will be finished by the first home match, on Apr. 7. Photo courtesy of Michael Teets.

  The tennis team tryouts are over, the courts are not ready, but practice is still carrying on. Team B and JV are both playing on just four courts, and playing space is limited.

  The third quarter is about to end, which brings on spring break, which is an important time for some of the team members. The A team will be traveling to matches all around the state, including Cleveland. The B and JV teams do not have matches, but they will be starting the season as soon as they get back from break.

  The first match of the season for both B and JV is on Mon., Apr. 7, the day after spring break. The members of the team are strongly recommended to practice over the spring break.

  “I am very excited for the break, but we still need to practice a lot to prepare for the match on Apr. 7,” said Rohan D’Souza, 10, and captain of the JV team.