“We’re losing three seniors that showed the other young girls how to lead,” Creighton said. “There is a structure here. We take the senior leaders and split them up and then they lead groups. They learn about each other, it’s like a family. You might be struggling at school or at home but tennis is an escape and through that as well as prayer and pouring out for one another they helped continuing to build this program.”
Continuing a culture of winning and personal growth continues to be the focus for the Warriors. With departing seniors comes the next wave of leaders ready to serve their underclassmen.
“The goals for next year are to continue to work toward supporting each other, competing and pouring out, serving our community,” Creighton said. “They will hold on to the legacy while they add to it. The program is self-sufficient. It doesn’t rely on coaches or players, it relies on the leadership. The more they pour out the more they’ll get back.”