Carpinteria girls tennis continued to roll with a 14-4 win over Villanova in a non-league matchup on Wednesday.
“This could have been our most complete match of the season so far,” Warriors coach Charles Bryant said. “Our singles were solid throughout, our doubles played simple, smart tennis and players that normally don’t get the limelight, so to speak, played awesome.”
The Warriors dominated singles play to the tune of a complete sweep, winning all nine sets. Once again it was Silke Leonard and Izzy Scott leading the way, dropping just two games apiece.
“[Leonard and Scott] just seemed unstoppable today, controlling points right from the start,” Bryant said.
Taylor Trembly also cruised in singles play, winning all three sets and falling in five games total.
“[Trembly] was incredible today,” Bryant said. “She was consistent, she moved her opponent around well and she was able to get to balls early to help dictate the points.”
There was more domination in doubles play from Allison Banks and Charlotte Cooney, who swept their sets while dropping one game.
“I was so impressed with Allison today,” Bryant said. “I thought she was great at the baseline and at the net. This was her best day of the season and I am excited for this duo to keep making strides.
“Charlotte has been a great mentor and today it all came together for Allison.”
The duo of Sasha Porinsh and Clover Martinez also turned in a solid performance, going 2-1 with the one loss being a close 6-4 finish.
“Sasha played the best I have seen her play all season,” Bryant said. “She had controlled power from the baseline but was also making great defensive shots.
“I am very encouraged by the progress I saw today and how they are really starting to gel as a unit, even as I switch up partners or switch them from singles to doubles or vice versa.”
The Warriors, who are now 7-0 on the season and 3-0 in Citrus Coast League play, will host Hueneme on Thursday in a league matchup.