07/12/12 - 11:25pm
One by one, they emerged from the squash court on Tyee Street in Soldotna on Sunday.
Beaten. Bone-tired. But beaming.
For two hours, the middle-aged woman inside the glass-backed court took on all comers — five men and one woman.
Sometimes, after covering an opponent in sweat and defeat, she’d merely hang out the door, look around, and pluckily ask, “Who’s next?”
Other times, she’d momentarily hop outside and give advice. “A squash backhand is like throwing a Frisbee,” and, “You have to know the rules before you can break them.”