In an outdoor gathering on a brisk Monday evening, hands were cold but hearts were warm as students, administration, family and community members congregated for the dedication of the Terri Rambie Tennis Complex at Uvalde High School.
One by one individuals took to the podium to honor the legacy and speak to the impact Rambie has had on students, the community, and her family. Rambie has been the head tennis coach at UHS since 2005, and although she has captured many wins throughout her career, her character and dedication were the focal point of the evening.
Leading the ceremony was UHS athletic director R.T. Gonzales, describing Rambie as “everything coaches aspire to be” and more than a sports coach, “she’s a life coach, teaching fundamentals and techniques for students to aspire in life.”
Carrying similar sentiments, Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District Superintendent Hal Harrell followed with statements of respect.
“Coach Rambie has built a culture of winners at UHS, providing students with a foundation and a sense of purpose that is not isolated to the tennis courts.”
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