My name is Megan Clark. I’m from a small town in Montana called Carter. I’m a junior at Fort Benton High a class c school just down the road from where I live. My family farms and I hope one day to help my dad run it when I get out of college. My family are my main supporters. I don’t remember a match I played in that they have not been there to watch.
In school I manage to maintain a 3.4 gpa. My goal for this year is to get all As and Bs. Academics are my main priority along with playing tennis in college. I hope to study agriculture business management/operations in college.
My training consists of many parts. During the fall, when I don’t have another sport going on, I occasionally help out with the middle school tennis. On Mondays and Wednesday’s I go to tennis lessons in Great Falls where I play with other kids my age. During school hours I have a weight lifting class that helps me gain strength to better myself for sports. During the spring when tennis season starts up again, I have practice from 4-6 then me and my doubles partner go to great falls to have a lesson like I do in the fall. I work hard everyday to better myself for my favorite sport tennis.
I have played tennis since I was in 6th grade. My coaches are the main reason I am where I am today. My first coach Brian Scott pushed me everyday in middle school to be the best. He was the one who thought I would win a state championship in tennis and he was right. My last tennis season, my sophomore year, me and my partner won the state championship and hope to do it again this coming season. My current coach Suzie Woodburn coached me this last year and has helped me a lot with my emotions and my game in the last year. I can’t wait to see where my next years of tennis will take me!