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Old 11-20-2012, 01:43 PM   #69
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Originally Posted by Mitch Bridge View Post
High School tennis should also be a no-cut sport whenever possible. Parent/Coaches can volunteer to take on a team of 6 more kids and run their own JV or Frosh/Soph team under the leadership of the varsity head coach or JV coach. With more JV and Frosh/Soph teams there will be many more dual matches making the schedule much better. Most teams will have a JV1, JV2, JV3, etc. Usually making JV or Frosh/Soph is a negative omen because you won't have much match play, but limiting teams to 6 players will add teams to these development levels further adding to the overall HS tennis experience.
AD's in North East decide the cut policy
They decide whether a given school buys balls for Junior Varsity
or whether a coach pays from his pocket for tennis balls.
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