CEDAR LAKE | Hanover Central High School is on its way to bigger, better tennis courts.
At a special meeting Wednesday, the School Board approved the removal of current tennis courts and began the process of creating new ones.
The high school’s current four tennis courts are in too much disrepair to be used, and tennis athletes have to practice on courts in Crown Point, whenever time allows. The athletes also are not able to play home matches.
Hanover High School currently has a girls tennis team with 25 members and Hanover Middle School’s tennis team has 50 members.
During the meeting, trustees reviewed a proposal that would create nine new courts, more than doubling the size of the current tennis complex.
No price has yet been proposed for the new courts.
Hanover Superintendent Thomas Taylor said there may be an update on the project as early as the board’s regular May meeting.