Smith Mountain Lake Christian Academy recently added a tennis club, golf club, and fishing team for students to join and get some experience playing. Athletic Director Mike Greathouse said they always try to listen to the kids and provide them with the opportunities that they want. Adding these sports puts SMLCA in a rare class.

“There’s hardly any VACA teams that has tennis or golf, but we figured that if we got some interest in it then we can compete against some public schools,” Greathouse said. 

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