Laguna Blanca’s No. 2 doubles team of Alexandra Siegel and Lucia Camp won a 7-5 tiebreaker to clinch a 10-8 team victory over Thacher in a Tri-Valley League girls tennis match on Tuesday.
“I am so proud of what this team did today,” said coach Santiago Segovia. “They showed at their last home game of this season how much they have improved during the last few months. It was great to see the players supporting and cheering for each other.”
Caroline Kenny, Danica Damiani and Natalie Schweitzer earned six points in singles.
In doubles, Katherine Ball and Grace Trautwein went 2-1 at the No. 1 spot and the No. 3 team of Molly Morouse and Nikki Mielcarek won an important point.
The Laguna Blanca team also celebrated and recognized seniors Alexandra Siegel, Elli Westmacott, Katherine Ball, and Molly Morouse.
Carpinteria 17, Santa Paula 1
The Warriors dominated the Citrus Coast League match played in 90-degree weather in Santa Paula.
Zahra Porinsh, Silke Leonard and Ariana Lounsbury swept their three singles sets. The teams of Ashley Gonzalez/Charlotte Cooney and Stephanie Ramirez/Sasha Porinsh swept in doubles.
Carpinteria improves to 12-6 and 9-2 in league.
Villanova 15, Bishop Diego 3
The Cardinals lost the Frontier League match in hot Ojai on Tuesday.
Their three points from singles, with Sam Kenney winning two sets and freshman Haley Hubbs taking one.
“It was good to see Sam bounce back and win her last two rounds,” said coach Peter Kirkwood. “She had been playing some tough matches lately and really started to get her confidence back after the tough first-round loss.”
Despite the loss, the Cardinals have checked all the boxes to make the CIF playoffs, said Kirkwood. “We can do no worse than tie for second.”
Bishop is 4-2 in league play and 4-6 overall.