Last weekend, Jillian Ermis, of El Campo, made the finals of the United States Tennis Association ZAT Tournament in Pasadena.
Kids learn tennis basics at the Stroman Middle School tennis courts.
David Du, Collin Hartman and Daniel Shay, from St. Joseph High School; Mason Matias, from Shiner and The University of Texas; Zach Hererra, from Port Lavaca; Teresa Wang, from Victoria East; and Jillian Ermis, from El Campo, all represented the Crossroads in a dual match against Tuloso-Midway and its tennis academy Wednesday.
Victoria's two public high schools will see drastic changes to a number of their athletic programs in the 2014-15 school year with five new coaches.
Last week, Katie Littleton and Stroman Middle School hosted a tennis camp - it was a great turnout with 25 kids who worked hard and performed well. Katie administrated while Alfred Serna, Gwen Robards and myself ran the camp. We all have a niche and worked very well together.
GOLIAD - As a student at Victoria College, coach Neal Tolbert remembers seeing young Ryder Billo playing tennis with his dad on the campus courts.
The Victoria East High School tennis banquet was April 29 at the Victoria Country Club. Coach Tony Williams presented varsity players, from left, with the following awards: Kaylee Huang, Girls MVP; Briana Arnold, Girls Most Improved; Collin Janecka, Boys MVP; and Jonathan Dietzel, Boys Most Improved.
CORPUS CHRISTI - Wharton's Holli Reynolds won the Region IV-3A girls singles title Thursday at the H-E-B Tennis Center.
Goliad senior William "Ryder" Billo is headed back to the Class 2A state tennis tournament after winning the Region IV-2A boy's singles championship for the second straight year.
District 26-3A tennis meet
Varsity girls doubles
CORPUS CHRISTI - These are the Day 1 results from the District 30-4A tennis tournament at Tuloso-Midway.
Hallettsville Tennis Tournament
Chase Bennett has been a part of every Victoria West tennis team in the school's short history.
Since coming to Victoria East, tennis coach Tony Williams said he wanted to bring success to the program.