Assorted Photos January-February 2011
Brycen Radford and Macy Murphy teamed up in the recent Greene County Doubles Only Tournament at the Greene Central High School Tennis Complex.
Seventh-grader Macy Murphy returns a backhand in the opening round of the Greene County Doubles Only Tournament on Saturday, February 12th at the Greene Central High School Tennis Complex.
Snow Hill's Bryce Radford prepares to return serve in the opening round of the Greene County Doubles Tournament in Saturday, February 12th!
The tournament referee and Coach Clark's "sons" try to get warm after a long, cold day at the Polar Bear Shootout on Sunday, February 6th.
Coach Clark no longer has to ask "Can you hear me now?" thanks to the new speakers installed recently by Robert, Alex, and Daniel Deans.
Freshmen Lindsey May and Taylar Keel were named the Most Valuable Players of the 2010 Greene Central High School junior varsity women's team.
The Greene County Tennis Association would like to thank everyone who worked so hard on our new bushes and the landscaping on the road side of the tennis courts this fall!
Hayes Lovett, Kayla Radford, and Lauren Carraway present awards at the end of the Tennis Special Olympics ceremony on Wednesday, November 10th at the Greene Central High School Tennis Complex.
Nailah Ortega, son of Steve Davis of Snow Hill, was the runner-up in the boys' 10's division at the 14th annual Greene Central Fall Championships USTA Tournament this weekend.
Lori Thigpen will serve as the president of the Greene County Tennis Association in 2011.
Greene Central sophomore Anna Carpenter spent Saturday afternoon volunteering at the Greene Central Fall Championships.
Lauren Carraway was named the 2010 Eastern Plains Conference Women's Tennis Player of the Year. This is the second consecutive year she has claimed that honor. Carraway finished her conference career without a loss in singles or doubles in four years of EPC matches.
Greene Central senior Lauren Carraway and sophomore Jessica Hatch won the 2010 Eastern 2-A Regional doubles championship on Saturday, October 23rd at the Greene Central High School Tennis Complex. This was Carraway's fourth regional doubles championship.
Senior Lauren Carraway played her final regular season match of her illustrious career at Greene Central on Tuesday, October 5th. Carraway won in singles and doubles against North Pitt.
The members of the 2010 Greene Central varsity women's tennis team are from left to right head coach Donald Clark, Hayes Lovett, Brittany Colie, Lauren Carraway, Laurie Sutton, Jessica Hatch, Kayla Radford, and managers Sam Overby and Harrison Welch.
Lindsey Holloman and Caitlin Deans help out with the GCTA recycling effort at the 12th annual Greene Central High School Men's Tennis Super Scrimmage Extravaganza #4 on Saturday, February 26th.
Steve and Nancy Walker watch their daughter Ashton in action at the Greene County Doubles Only Tournament on Saturday, February 19th!
Greene Central senior Eric Simmons serves in the Greene Central High School Men's Tennis Super Scrimmage Extravaganza #1 on Friday, February 18th.
Tennis fans had to bundle up on Saturday, February 5th at the aptly named Polar Bear Shootout.
Abby Sugg was back home from UNC on Saturday and stopped by the courts for a visit.