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JTCC Excels at Orange Bowl

William Woodall and Alexa Noel Bring Home Titles Emiliano Gonzalez, Origen Grear and Koichiro Inada Upset the Odds Sixteen-year-old William Woodall and his South Korean partner Yeongseok Jeong earned  the Boys’ 16’s Orange Bowl Doubles Championship in Plantation, FL. The #2 seeds breezed through to the finals without losing a set before facing Americans Christian ...

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Green And Gold Fall Edition

The latest edition of JTCC's student newspaper edited by Mackenzie Clark is out just in time for Christmas! http://issuu.com/thejtcc/docs/green-and-gold-fall-newspaper?e=23783424/42259484

Help Us Get More Kids From All Backgrounds Playing Tennis

  2016 Year-End Letter from CEO of JTCC, Ray Benton Dear JTCC Supporters, For the past 17 years, JTCC has been very effective in equipping student-athletes with the tools to earn college scholarships.  We remain dedicated to providing world-class tennis and educational programs to children from all demographic backgrounds.  We’re able to offset our basic ...

Tomorrow is a special day

  Now that the turkey is gone and we've shopped til we dropped, it's time to turn our focus to the giving season!  Giving Tuesday, an international day of philanthropy, is tomorrow, November 29.  Celebrate by making a gift of any size to JTCC.  Your support helps us get more kids from all backgrounds playing ...

Fenty Goes Back to Back

  Consecutive ITF Junior Doubles Titles in Mexico for Andrew Fenty Brian Cernoch and William Woodall reach the Yucatan Finals Sixteen-year-old Andrew Fenty completed a successful two week trip to Mexico by claiming the doubles crown at the XXX Yucatan Cup Grade 1 ITF with Israeli Yshai Oliel on Saturday, the triumph in Yucatan followed ...

Behind the Scenes

A piece recognizing the work of JTCC's Development and Community Outreach Manager, Olivia Janowicz, written by a current JTCC parent: If you have ever seen Olivia Janowicz hit with some of the students or JTCC staff, it should come as no surprise that she was one of the best junior and collegiate players in the ...

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