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Willy’s Tennis Teams
Congratulations to our USTA teams in first place in the Cape League currently the mixed doubles team 40 and over 7.0 team.
In second place is our Womens 55 and over 7.0 USTA womens team.
Also in first place Men’s 40 and over 8.0 in first place.
This is an amazing achievement for Coach Joe Abbot and his players! We applaud you!
WEST SWIM TEAM MAKES A SPLASH! Besides winning their meet against Martha’s Vineyard on December 14th. our WEST SWIM TEAM also knows how to pay it forward. Coached by the very capable Bohannon’s with Head coach Justin, Brother Todd and wife Melissa the team organized a food drive along with the parent group lead by Adam Bohannon and Mary Szucs and filled the pantry to help our local community. I am personally very proud to host all of our swim teams and most importantly see the selfless service they return to our community!
The Nauset High School swim team beat Nantucket recently in a meet held at Willy’s their home pool!
The Cape Cod Times (not usually my favorite lol) did a wonderful article on a very deserving member Harold Hall titled “Combat Swimmer Dives Into Memories. ” You can find the article on our wall of fame board it’s worth the read! Also, Harold took the time to be interviewed by my son Ben for a Nauset High project. Ben later told me that the interview went over time but in his words;”He is so interesting I could have listened forever.” That’s saying something…thanks Harold we salute you!