When it comes to wheelchair tenns, Augusta man plays with anyone who wants to play and works to promote the sport.
Sam Dromsky led the Lakeside High School Panthers boys tennis team in 2013.
This weekend's Orville White Cup at Midland Valley Country Club in Graniteville has been canceled.
Honors and achievements
When Greenbrier's loss to Lambert in the Class AAAA state semifinals became official, Katie Krupp's singles match was pulled off the court because it was meaningless to the final result.
Augusta's Jimmy Rigsby played in the Bulgarian Amateur Open simply because he wanted to support the event. He never expected to win the senior division. But he did.
Even to the end of his long life, Willis Irvin Jr. wasn't the type of man who let many obstacles impede him. Irvin Jr. died Friday at the Georgia War Veterans Nursing Home.
Fifteen-year-old Zakiya Probost practices hitting during the Mach Academy Inc. tennis camp at Fleming Tennis Center. This is the last week for the advanced class. Mach Academy, which is affiliated with the United States Tennis Association-National Junior Tennis League, offers classes for kids age 3 to 18.
A generation ago, Nathan Pasha and Gabriel Townes likely would have been playing basketball or football. But the teenagers from Atlanta took advantage of opportunities for minorities to start tennis in urban America, and they have become rising stars at the amateur level.
In Roswell, Ga., Augusta's Jeff Knox shot 2-under-par 70 and is tied with three others for the lead after the first round of the 86th annual Georgia Amateur Championship at Ansley Golf Club Settindown Creek.