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Mills has change of heart; signs with Emmanuel
LUGOFF-ELGIN SENIOR MATTHEW MILLS signed a National Letter of Intent to continue his academic and tennis-playing pursuits at Emmanuel college while flanked by his parents, Judy and Casey Mills. Looking on, from left, are L-E athletic director Matt Campbell, L-E head tennis coach Edward Rickwood, L-E assistant tennis coach Peter Hemingway and L-E principal Worth Thomasson. - photo by Tom Didato
There are no game films for tennis coaches to watch in preparing for an upcoming opponent. The first time they see their foe for that day’s match is, for the most part, the time they get to make their initial appraisal of an opponent. On many an occasion, Lugoff-Elgin tennis coach Edward Rickwood would talk to the coach from the other team as they watched their respective players go through their pre-match routine.