The recipe for a championship season is one that Tyler Junior College tennis head coach John Peterson knows well. It begins with a talented group of players, sprinkled with a desire to win, great coaching and a dash of luck. As the season winds down for Peterson's teams, not much has surprised him.
To some players, it was the most important decision of their careers. To others, it was a no brainier. The TJC Apaches had 10 players who have signed to four-years colleges looking to have the same career as they did when they was here at TJC, but at a higher level.
Living on-campus in college is one of the highlights many students look forward to. To some, it's the ability to live independently from parents. To others, it's the chance to learn responsibility. However, some students are having second thoughts about staying another semester.