Dos Pueblos swept the singles in a 14-4 Channel League win against Oxnard at home Thursday.
Singles players Ellie Triplett, Mel Mayo and Isla Herrera each swept their two singles sets without the loss of a single game.
The Chargers had a 5-4 edge in doubles sets.
Dos Pueblos is now 8-2 in league play and 9-2 overall.
“We are working hard to finish off the last couple weeks of the league season strong and keep improving, as we move closer toward our goal of securing a playoff spot,” Charger coach Rob Schiff said.
Carpinteria 15, Hueneme 3
The Carpinteria girls rose to 7-2 in Citrus Coast League play Thursday with a 15-3 win against visiting Hueneme.
“I was very happy with our team effort today,” Warrior coach Charles Bryant said. “Some girls were playing doubles together for the first time, but they all rose to the occasion.”
The doubles team of Ashley Gonzalez and Natalie Martinez went 3-0 and “put together an almost perfect first two sets,” Bryant said.
Ariana Lounsbury led the singles charge, going 3-0.
“She played really well and had a fun last set versus the Vikings No. 1 player. Ariana won 6-2 but really had to work for each long point.”
Carpinteria is 10-5 overall.
Santa Ynez 7, St. Joe’s 2
Santa Ynez prevailed 7-2 in a match against St. Joe’s Thursday.
No. 2 singles player Keegan Withrow won her match 6-2, 6-2, while teammates Natalie O’Shaughnessey, Lily Mazza and Brielle Saarloos won their combined six sets with the loss of only one game.
The Pirates swept the doubles matches.
“Great day of matches today vs St. Joe,” Santa Ynez coach Jennifer Rasmussen said. “Scores don’t represent how close the entire match was. We finished under the lights.”