O.C. boys tennis top 10 teams for the 2015 season. 1. Los Alamitos: The Griffins grab the top spot after knocking off University this week, 11-7. Loaded with talent, Los Al is the first county team to knock off the Trojans since April 2006. 2. Univer... Full story
Coaches: Tell us about your teams, including a roster and schedule.
As we head toward the 2015 spring sports season, we need your help to supply us with rosters and other information about your teams.
Click on a link below to download a team survey in Microsoft Word format (.doc). Fill out the survey, save... Full story
The Register's All-County boys tennis team for 2014.
The Register’s player of the year.
Along with Drew Dawson, Doehler was the only Orange Count... Full story
Drew Dawson was one of two Orange County boys tennis players recently honored as a high school All-American.
He just finished leading University to an unprecedented fifth consecutive perfect season, which concluded with another CIF-SS team title and... Full story
Joseph Paul’s tennis coaching career began as a favor.
Hired to teach at Cypress High in 2006, Paul was asked to meet with the school’s former principal, Dr. Ben Carpenter, who had a question to ask of his newest faculty member.
“... Full story
SEAL BEACH – It couldn’t be anymore fitting that the final shot of Eric Tseng’s University High career happened to be an emphatic overhand winner.
The senior’s smash put an exclamation mark on yet another successful year for ... Full story
SEAL BEACH -- For University seniors Drew Dawson and Eric Tseng, this is it.
Throughout their careers, the Trojans’ four-year vets have won everything a high school boys tennis player could imagine – CIF-SS championships, Regional titles... Full story
SOUTH EL MONTE – Fullerton’s Eddie Gutierrez is in a new world right now.
The junior moved from Mexico only a semester ago, but he has already managed to make a lot of noise in Orange County high school boys tennis.
He raced to the Free... Full story
CLAREMONT – When it is all said and done, there can be only one champion.
At University, John Kessler and his staff are not building a team. They are building a dynasty.
The Trojans extended their phenomenal winning streak to 115 games by def... Full story