Bryan Shott didn’t lose a game in his three-set sweep against Lompoc. (Jarrod Bradley photo)

Bryan Shott swept three sets at No. 1 singles without losing a game to lead San Marcos to an 18-0 Channel League boys tennis win over Lompoc on Tuesday.

“Bryan is the most well-rounded players I’ve seen,” said coach Jarrod Bradley. “He’d play singles for most teams, but has committed himself to being a great doubles player. He’s the ideal teammate, encouraging others, setting the right example, and doing whatever the team needs to win. I can’t imagine the day where I walk onto the John Stoney tennis courts and Bryan Shott won’t be there. That’s what he means to this program and me. I’m certain his teammates would agree with me.”

Freshman Joey Friedman lost only three games on the day at No. 2 singles while Noah Silverberg lost only two games at No. 3 singles.

“Joey and Noah are real assets to our team with their strong lefty serves and consistently deep groundstrokes,” said Bradley.

The Royals (5-0, 2-0) host Santa Barbara on Tuesday.

San Marcos 18, Lompoc 0


Bryan Shott 3-0
Joey Friedman 3-0
Noah Silverberg 3-0

Sam Friedman/Alex Wilson 3-0
Charlie Friedman/Ronin Suzuki 3-0
Jayden Duncan/Giulio Rambelli 1-0
Sam Herbst/Giulio Rambelli 2-0

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