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Tennis: Chargers Take Sting Out of Yellow Jackets

In borrowed shoes, Erica Cano owns the court as Dos Pueblos races to a 16-2 win over Oxnard.

Dos Pueblos’ girls’ tennis team was on fire Tuesday and nearly swept Oxnard in a 16-2 blowout. Every player did “leave it on the court,” as senior co-captain Melissa Dahl instructed, and they all ground out some tough, long sets, particularly against Oxnard’s No. 1 singles player, veteran Moira Hedberg, and No. 1 doubles Sonia Parik and GIna Vanderkaan.

Playing No. 1 singles, senior co-captain Erica Cano showed us all that even in shoes borrowed from me she could dispatch opponents. The Amys — Amy Logan and Amy Sagraves — didn’t drop a game in their three sets.

I am proud of this team; it went the distance in every set.

Dos Pueblos improved to 3-0 with the win, while Oxnard is now 0-1. Next up for Dos Pueblos is Thousand Oaks on Thursday.

Way to go Chargers!

Dos Pueblos 16, Oxnard 2

Dos Pueblos Singles:
Erica Cano (No. 89 GIrls 18s) 2-0
Lauren Stratman (No. 15 Girls 16s) 2-0
Hayley Edwards 2-1
Angie Dai 0-1
Hannah Zimmerman 1-0

Dos Pueblos Doubles:
Amy Logan/Amy Sagraves 3-0
Melissa Dahl/Anna Slyutova 2-0
Nicoletta Bradley/Oriane Matthys 3-0
NIcole Eskenazi/Sofia Pasternack 1-0

Oxnard Singles:
Moira Hedberg (No. 180 Girls 18s) 0-3
Denise Schaefer 1-2
Geanne Valdez 0-3

Oxnard Doubles:
Sonia Parik/Gina Vanderkaan 0-3
Kailei Conrad/Manda La Porte 0-3
Dana Conrad/Arianna Gillam 0-3

Liz Frech coaches girls’ tennis at Dos Pueblos High.

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