FAC honors MT tennis team


The Miami Trace Panthers tennis team won the first-ever Frontier Athletic Conference spring tennis championship in 2018. Players who were named First Team, All-FAC and coaches were on hand to pick up their team trophy and individual plaques at the conference’s spring sports banquet Monday, May 21 at Grace Community Church. (l-r); head coach Greg Leach, Johnathan Allen, Adam Ginn, Player of the Year Matt Fender, Paul Natzschka and assistant coach Seth Leach.

The Miami Trace Panthers tennis team won the first-ever Frontier Athletic Conference spring tennis championship in 2018. Players who were named First Team, All-FAC and coaches were on hand to pick up their team trophy and individual plaques at the conference’s spring sports banquet Monday, May 21 at Grace Community Church. (l-r); head coach Greg Leach, Johnathan Allen, Adam Ginn, Player of the Year Matt Fender, Paul Natzschka and assistant coach Seth Leach.


Chris Hoppes | Record-Herald

The Miami Trace Panthers tennis team won the first-ever Frontier Athletic Conference spring tennis championship in 2018. Players who were named First Team, All-FAC and coaches were on hand to pick up their team trophy and individual plaques at the conference’s spring sports banquet Monday, May 21 at Grace Community Church. (l-r); head coach Greg Leach, Johnathan Allen, Adam Ginn, Player of the Year Matt Fender, Paul Natzschka and assistant coach Seth Leach.

The Miami Trace Panthers tennis team won the first-ever Frontier Athletic Conference spring tennis championship in 2018. Players who were named First Team, All-FAC and coaches were on hand to pick up their team trophy and individual plaques at the conference’s spring sports banquet Monday, May 21 at Grace Community Church. (l-r); head coach Greg Leach, Johnathan Allen, Adam Ginn, Player of the Year Matt Fender, Paul Natzschka and assistant coach Seth Leach.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2018/05/web1_MT-10us.jpgThe Miami Trace Panthers tennis team won the first-ever Frontier Athletic Conference spring tennis championship in 2018. Players who were named First Team, All-FAC and coaches were on hand to pick up their team trophy and individual plaques at the conference’s spring sports banquet Monday, May 21 at Grace Community Church. (l-r); head coach Greg Leach, Johnathan Allen, Adam Ginn, Player of the Year Matt Fender, Paul Natzschka and assistant coach Seth Leach. Chris Hoppes | Record-Herald