Hardcourt Lessons

  • Wednesday, January 10, 2018 1:30am
  • Sports

Athletes and coaches join Jimmy Anderson of Anderson Athletics of Olympia last weekend after the trainer hosted 12 sessions at The Warehouse Training Court in Port Angeles. Andersn worked with more than 70 athletes from across the Olympic Peninsula. Pictured are Gracie Long, Emilia Long, MJ Cooke, Neah Bay assistant coach Laurie McCaulley, Hannah Reetz, Gina McCaulley, Abby Schroeder, Anderson, Savannah Huntingford, coach Mike Knowles, Katie Clark, Jaida Wood, Jazzlynn Yallup, Mia McNair, Camille Stensgard, Chimacum coach Trevor Huntingford, Myra Walker and Brady Nickerson. Submitted photo

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