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Bob Jones HS Summer Workouts Information

We are please to announce that BJHS Summer Workouts will begin June 8th for most sports. Please click on the following link for information about summer workouts: Bob Jones HS Summer Workouts Information Please remember that all BJHS facilities are closed unless you are under the supervision of a BJHS coach.

Tennis Tryouts – Please Register!

Tennis Tryouts will be August 26-29. New players trying out need to be present on Monday, August 26. Make sure you bring a current physical or use the link below to upload on the registration form. Make sure you bring a tennis racquet, water, and athletic shoes. Please use the links below to register. Girls sign up: https://forms.gle/ArjsqCQBYwneFoKb9 Boys sign

Boys Tennis – State Tournament Monday and Tuesday!

Congratulations to our Boys Tennis Team for finishing runner-up at the sectional tournament this week.  They have qualified for the AHSAA State Tournament (first time since 2014) which will be held at Point Mallard in Decatur on Monday and Tuesday, April 22nd and 23rd. Let’s Go Patriots!!!!

BJHS Boys Tennis Tryouts

Boys Tennis Tryouts will be September 4th, 5th, 6th, and 7th from 3:45pm – 5:45pm all 4 days. Please make sure to bring a physical, insurance form, tennis racket, tennis shoes, and water. Tryouts are open to boys in grades 7-12. If you have questions, please contact Bill Bryant at Bob Jones 256-772-2547.

Vince Rettke, Gonzaga signee, repeats as state singles tennis champion

Bob Jones senior Vincent Rettke, a Gonzaga signee, repeated as No. 1 singles tennis champion by defeating Fairhope’s Will Dotson 6-1, 6-1. The AHSAA 2016 State Tennis Tournament was held at the the Almon Tennis Center on Tuesday, April 26, 2016 in Decatur, Alabama.           Taken from GoZags.com Rettke is one of if

Rettke named USTA’s top Alabama tennis player

MADISON – Humility is one of Vince Rettke’s admirable qualities, Sylvia Lambert, Principal at Bob Jones High School, said. Tennis coach Krystine Roberts recently told Lambert that Rettke had won “Junior Male Player of the Year” with U.S. Tennis Association of Alabama for two consecutive years. Rettke had never mentioned his awards. “Vince is an