Court of Appreciation

Photos by Rachel Mummey/The Herald
Southridge High School boys and girls tennis coach Larry Kieffner paused after speaking at a gathering dubbed Fill the Court for Kieffner on Thursday at the SHS tennis courts. Kieffner will retire after the girls tennis season having coached the boys program for 37 years and the girls team for 32 years. Past and current athletes, parents, Southridge athletic director Brett Bardwell and Huntingburg Mayor Denny Spinner commended Kieffner for his service.
Larry Kieffner received a giant tennis ball signed by players during the event.



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