Head Coach Darby OReilly (pictured with wife Nancy) is a retired engineer who enjoys helping young people accomplish what they never thought possible.
"Some great coaches changed my life way back when...
I'm so fortunate to, hopefully, do the same."
Coach Darby also coaches WLC Men's Tennis and Palmer Park High Performance Summer Camp.
Larry Nixon is a retired Highway Patrol Officer.
Larry also served in the military as a K9 specialist.
Coach Larry previously coached at North Farmington High School.
Unlike many other professional players of his era, Gilbert did not have a major offensive weapon such as an overpowering serve or forehand. His best asset was his ability to keep the ball in play. He hit the ball most often at a slow but accurate pace and was sometimes called a pusher. In his 2002 autobiography, John McEnroe called Gilbert a pusher and claimed that Gilbert had the ability to bring talented players down to his type of game.