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Tennis: Gould always put his players first

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The local tennis scene, and in particular the boys’ and girls’ programs at Shenendehowa, lost a mentor and friend when Gene Gould passed away last week. “Everything he did in the program was for the kids,” said Bill MacArthur, who coached with Gould at the Clifton Park school for 40 years. “He had time for every kid who was interested in tennis.” Gould, a 1963 graduate of Waterford-Halfmoon, and MacArthur, a 1965 Lansingburgh High graduate, ...


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