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2015 AATA Scholarship Winners
2015 Graduates who were awarded AATA Scholarships included Mackenzie Dye (Randall), Madison Hoelting (Tulia), Rachel Stephens (Randall), Brighton McMinn (Canyon), Kurry Savage (Randall), and Manuel Salazar (Caprock).
2014 Graduates who received AATA Scholarships last year and were awarded scholarships again in 2015 were Walker Bartlett (Wellington), Benjamin Gutierrez (Dumas), Preston Spradlin (Randall), Laura Weinheimer (Groom - HomeSchool), Benjamin Laney (Amarillo High), Beau Blankenship (Gruver), Jordan Battenfield (Claude).
2014 Year-End NTRP Ratings
The 2014 Year-End NTRP Ratings are on the USTA TX Section website. The Year-End Ratings are for Only Tennis Players who's NTRP Rating was adjusted Up or Down. For more info on how to View and/or Appeal your Year-End NTRP Rating, Click HERE.
Juniors Tennis News
The Amarillo August ZAT is Aug 1st & 2nd. Entry Deadlineis Tue, July 21st. Click HERE to view the August ZAT tournament page and Register Online.
The Panhandle Area Tournament Series is nearing the end of it's 2015 season, with the Canyon & Randall Mixed Doubles Qualifier & Open events remaining. Click HERE to view PATS Events Info and to Register Online. Click HERE to view the 2015 PATS Points Standings.
Adults Tennis News
Adult 55 & Over League registration is now open. Contact the USTA Leagues Coordinator, Jennifer Wright at 806-570-3140 or EMAIL to Register.
USTA Adult Mixed 18 & Over League play is still under way.
Visit the AATA LEAGUESpages for USTA Adult Leagues Info, Match Schedules & Summaries and Team Standings.
The winner of the US OPEN tickets and $1,000 cash is Cayleen Kolb of Argyle, Texas which is in the Dallas area. She and her husband will be attending and hope they have a GREAT time.
Thanks to all who supported AATA's ticket sales and because of your help, several High School Tennis Booster groups have already, or will be, receiving checks to help with equipment, uniforms, travel, etc. for their team. A win, win situation for all involved in the sale!