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2015 Boys Tennis Banquet Recap

Posted Mon Nov 23rd, 2015 2:07:PM

The 2015 Boys Tennis Banquet was a special night.  There were 125 people in attendance at the Hilton Garden Inn and it was a great night which highlighted memorable moments throughout the season. The JV finished their season with a 6-5 record with JV coaches Jill Cleverdon and Tricia Draper leading the way.  The JV coach's award went to Dylan Langley and Noah Hermann for their outstanding competitiveness and being excellent team members. The Varsity finished their season with a 3-7 record and finished 8 out of 11 in the Continental league.  Chase Golphin was selected for the varsity coach's award for his undeniable toughness and positive attitude. The highest honor of the night belonged to the RCHS player of the year.  This year the honor was shared by two players.  Jack Wahlenmaier and Ty Veres shared the honors as the only two players to have winning records during the regular season and went on to compete at the State Tennis Tournament from the varsity squad!  In addition, they were excellent role models to all players for their leadership abilities. Finally, the Continental League head coaches voted the RCHS Tennis Program with the "Sportsmanship Award" for the 2015 season  This was the second year in a row for this program to receive this award.  This was a huge honor as this shows that we respect our opponents and play the sport with outstanding class and sportsmanship.

Tennis Service Opportunity

Posted Wed Jan 28th, 2015 12:53:PM

TGA Premier Youth Tennis of Douglas County will offer after-school tennis enrichment classes in 13 schools throughout Douglas County, mainly in Highlands Ranch, Lone Tree, Parker, and Castle Pines.  Volunteers are needed as assistant coaches which will count toward community credit hours. Classes start after school is over and last one hour.  Each school has class once a week for six weeks or eight weeks at a time and most schools run two sessions a season. There is a need for assistant coaches who can drive to the schools, help setup (30 minutes prior to class), assist the head coach during class (1 hour), and pack up (15 minutes). Some classes have already started but the majority of lessons begin the week of February 23rd.  There will also be week long camps during the summer and spring break where you can vounteer. In you are interested in volunteering to earn community service hours, please use the following form to sign up. click here to sign up