New courts to help tennis program grow
In the three years Garrett Moller has played tennis for Adams Central, he has gained a true passion and love for the sport.
"I think it's relaxing for me and it's more of an individual sport," he said. "I like not having to rely on other people. If I screw up, then I don't feel like other people are as affected."
Now, he hopes his passion and love for the game will spread to other students.
That's because in February, the Adams Central Board of Education voted 4-1 to spend $375,925 to build a six tennis court complex at the north end of the high school property.