Yokota tennis courts wrecked by Typhoon Trami

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Yokota High School's tennis court fencing and court border separation wood took a pounding Sunday from Typhoon Trami and the courts are no longer playable, according to coach Tommy Palmer and athletics director Tim Pujol.  PHOTO COURTESY OF TOMMY PALMER
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Yokota High School's tennis court fencing and court border separation wood took a pounding Sunday from Typhoon Trami and the courts are no longer playable, according to coach Tommy Palmer and athletics director Tim Pujol. PHOTO COURTESY OF TOMMY PALMER

Yokota tennis courts wrecked by Typhoon Trami

by: Dave Ornauer | .
Stars and Stripes | .
published: October 05, 2018

During its rampage through the Kanto Plain on Monday, Typhoon Trami destroyed the fencing surrounding Yokota’s tennis courts, the net poles and a wooden backboard used for practice, rendering the courts unplayable, according to Yokota athletics director Tim Pujol.

“We’re not sure how long it will take to get it cleared and ready for practice or play,” Pujol said. Yokota has home dates on Oct. 13 against Sacred Heart, Oct. 16 against Christian Academy Japan and Oct. 26-27 against Robert D. Edgren.

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