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Dallastown coach named to coaching all-star team

STAFF REPORT
YorkDispatch

Dallastown High School girls' tennis coach, Debra Gable, was named to the USTA 2015 No-Cut Coach All-Star Team on Monday.

Gable is one of 12 middle school or high school coaches nationwide to earn the honor.

The No-Cut Coach All-Star Team was founded in 2013 as a way to recognize coaches across the country for offering tennis programs to students without the fear of getting cut. In order to qualify, you must implement a "no-cut" policy on your team, have been coaching for at least five years and are a member of the USTA.

"These coaches play a critical role not only in the development of student-athletes throughout the year, but the success of No-Cut Tennis and the sport of tennis as a whole," said Glenn Arrington, Director, USTA High School Tennis. "We are extremely proud of these coaches as they foster inclusion and continue to help shape and mold today's youth into well-rounded student athletes."

Gable was the only coach from Pennsylvania to win the award.

She's been a coach at Dallastown since 2005 and in that time has accumulated a career record of 161-39.