The Carpinteria boys tennis team won the claimed the Citrus Coast League title with a 14-4 Senior Day win over Malibu Wednesday.

The Warriors’ Austin Stone swept his three singles sets without the loss of a game.

“It was a good tuneup for the Ojai Tournament” starting Thursday, Carpinteria coach Charles Bryant said of Stone’s performance.

“But I was really happy with how Ryan Souza and Troy Zimmerman played today,” he added. “They had a purpose on the court and were both constructing points well. They both went 2-1 on the day but showed a lot of ‘smarts’ in how they played.”

In doubles, the teams of Ben Persoon/Connor Gralewski and Zaiden Juarez/Max Stone both swept their sets.

“Both teams had energy and were grooving their shots,” Bryant said. “I was very happy with how Ben and Connor played. Ben has gained a lot of confidence and his game has skyrocketed lately. He has a lot of extra mph to his groundstrokes and his volleys have a good ‘punch’ to them.”

Carpinteria closes out the CCL season with an 8-1 record. The Warriors are 13-4 overall. The play in the CCL tournament next week, and then face a non-league match with Cate.

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