There was plenty of girls tennis action on Tuesday, with all of the local teams taking the court.

Dos Pueblos 16, Buena 2

The Chargers rolled to a 16-2 win over Buena, going a perfect 9-0 in singles and 7-2 in doubles competition.

“It was a solid team effort today,” Dos Pueblos coach Rob Schiff said. “We managed to get a lot of our kids into the match, which was nice to get some of our players some actual match experience.”

With the victory, Dos Pueblos moves to 3-2 on the season and 2-1 in Channel League play.

Laguna Blanca 12, Thacher 6

The Owls picked up their first win of the young season over Tacher.

“This was an important win for the team because it motivates us to keep working hard ahead of what I hope will be a great season,” Laguna Blanca coach Santiago Segovia said.

Laguna Blanca’s Meena Abtahi dominated in singles play, sweeping her matches without dropping a game.

Caroline Kenny wasn’t far behind, sweeping her three matches with just one lost game, 6-1, 6-0, 6-0.

Danica Damiani won two of three matches at the No. 1 spot in singles.

The Owls’ doubles play was led by the duo of Grace Trautwein and Junling Wang, which won two of three matches.

The No. 1 team of Natalie Schweitzer and Siena Wyatt along with the No. 3 squad of Lucia Camp and Nikki Mlelcarek picked up one win apiece.

Carpinteria 15, Channel Islands 3

The Warriors took care of business against Channel Islands, winning eight of nine singles sets and seven of nine doubles matchups.

“The scoreline does not tell the whole story,” Carpinteria coach Charles Bryant said. “We had to work hard for our points today… We were just able to come out on the winning end of most of the close ones.”

Once again it was Silke Leonard and Izzy Scott leading the way in singles with three-set sweeps.

“[Leonard and Scott] were solid today from the baseline and both were moving well, giving them time to set up and have a better shot selection,” Bryant said. 

Also in singles play, Valerie Zamora and Taylor Tremblay picked up wins.

In doubles play, the pairings of Charlotte Cooney/Allison Banks and Clover Martinez/Sasha Porinsh swept their matches.

“Charlotte and Allison were in complete control of every set. They started well and finished well today which was great to see that focus throughout,” Bryant said. “Clover and Sasha started slow and had to dig themselves out of a hole in two of their sets but did a great job of coming back and finishing strong.”

The final duo of Keyla Manriquez/Sara Fakinos picked up one win on the day.

“There is a lot of potential with [Manriquez and Fakinos] and they show signs of that throughout their sets with some great shots and points,” Bryant said.

The Warriors (6-0, 3-0 Citrus Coast), will take on Villanova on Wednesday.

Arroyo Grande 6, Santa Ynez 3

The Santa Ynez Pirates fell to Arroyo Grande in a competitive matchup in both singles and doubles play.

Two of the Pirates’ three victories on the day came in doubles play, as the duos of Natalie O’Shaughnessy/Paige Halme and Danielle Hyland/Grace Sugich won their respective matchups.

O’Shaughnessy and Halme won their matchup 9-7 in an eight-game pro set.

In singles, the lone Santa Ynez win came from Morea Naretto, who defeated her opponent 6-2, 6-4.

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