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You can imagine my thrill when as a senior she had a winning record, because she was willing to put in the time.Shes representative of the many players who have given me tennis highlights through their success." When Hatch accepts his Hall of Fame tennis trophy, maybe it should sit a while in the Hillcrest tennis shack.Hatchs top tennis memories include: his boys 1980 team that swept the ESD conference ALL singles and doubles events, outstanding play of Ripper and doubles partners Jimmy Kayongo and Nate Thompson, and watching as a parent (not the coach then) when Amys prep team won ALL the events but one at the state meet.He traveled thousands of miles with Ripper and Amy to state, regional and national tennis events (both earned national rankings in their age divisions).
"It was not easy giving up my position at Sioux Valley (Volga) because wed just won the conference football title and had good talent coming back," said Hatch, "but Ive been very blessed to be in such a great tennis community as Brookings with such a fine facility as the Hillcrest courts." Hatchs tennis involvement is extensive: Brookings High boys coach since 1978 and girls coach from 1993-2000 (named State and Regional Coach of the Year in 1985), six years as a board member of the Northern Tennis Section and four years on the Sectional junior tennis council, Brookings city tennis director since 1993, certified USTA umpire, and SD Jr.All names presented here were gathered at a past date.Some persons listed might no longer be registered offenders and others might have been added.As she continued her career, she became very passionate about the psychosocial effect a burn injury has on the burn burn survivor.Stacey was excited to participate in the creation of the American Burn Association’s & Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors Joint Aftercare and Reintegration Committee.