Four Menlo School players are finalists for the United States Tennis Association's junior sportsmanship award.
David Ball, Vikram Chari, Lane Leschly and Liz Yao are candidates for the Bill Talbert Sportsmanship Award, which will be presented in July at the International Tennis Hall of Fame Ceremony in Newport, R.I.
Andrew Ball, David's brother who now plays for Harvard, was Menlo's last winner (2011).
The four national winners will be announced in mid-November. The award recognizes junior players who exemplify the finest qualities of sportsmanship in tournament play and the finest traditions of the great sportspersons of tennis past and present.
Menlo senior Jaye Boissiere, who has committed to play at Stanford, is ranked ninth in the country by the IMG Academy.
Menlo sophomore Gabriel Morgan will receive a U.S. Squash Scholar-Athlete Award on Oct. 13 during the U.S. Open Squash Championships at Drexel University in Philadelphia.
The award recognizes high school students who excel in both the classroom -- must have 3.5 GPA or higher -- and played in a approved number of qualified tournaments.
Menlo-Atherton is looking for a badminton coach and boys golf coach (contact AD Steven Kryger at firstname.lastname@example.org) and a frosh-soph boys soccer coach (contact AD Paul Snow at email@example.com).