Lowcountry Youth Tennis Association

Changing Lives Through Tennis


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LYTA Dunston Tennis Camp – Week 2

Week 2 of the LYTA Dunston Tennis Camp is now over. We would like to give a shout out to everyone who participated. We had a great week with players showing an amazing level of tennis compared to week one. Players were able to hit the ball over the net multiple times and play out fun points. All participants shared

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Learn 2 Teach – Red Ball Workshop

SIGN UP TODAY TO LEARN RED BALL DRILLS, ACTIVITIES & FUN GAMES TO TEACH RED BALL! https://bit.ly/3XMnOMq This is a great workshop for PE teachers, volunteers, high school players, college players & parents because we are offering stipends to those who will help us to teach red ball on September 7 at Charleston Tennis Center! Lunch is included, inside gym

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LYTA / Dunston Summer Academic Tennis Camp

Students from Dunston Elementary are participating in week one of two weeks of tennis camp. Students are learning basic tennis skills as well as participating in the Charleston Library summer reading program and following USTA’s Academic Creative Engagement Program. Students learn one skill per day and then put it into practice during fun games. Week two is June 24 –

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Junior Circuit Tournament hosted by LYTA

The LYTA is hosting a Junior Circuit Tennis Tournament and you’re invited. Join us Saturday, July 13th at the Creekside Tennis Club for some exciting youth tennis. Play will be with 10U Green Dot and 12U-18U Yellow Balls.

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Elementary and Middle School Tennis League Championship Winners 

LYTA Board members April Gift and Greg Taylor coached the Haut Gap Middle School Bulldogs and The Angel Oak Owls tennis teams to championships in the Elementary and Middle School Tennis League. April’s Haut Gap Bulldogs tied for the Division 4 Yellow Ball Title and Greg’s Angel Oak Owls tied for the Orange Ball Division 13 Title and won the

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