SEAL BEACH – The odds were stacked against Summer Dvorak early Monday afternoon at the CIF-SS Individual tennis championships.
At the start of the day, having the chance to play for a singles title was the goal for the Laguna Beach senior. But... Full story
SEAL BEACH Since the road for a CIF-SS team championship went through Peninsula of Rancho Palos Verdes, there was no reason to think the same wouldn’t apply for CIF Individuals.
When play began Friday afternoon at the Seal Beach Tennis Center,... Full story
CLAREMONT – After three hours of back and forth play, Valencia and Pasadena Poly were deadlocked, 8-8, with 16 sets officially in the books.
With the CIF title on the line, all eyes immediately fixated on the day’s final two doubles sets... Full story
CLAREMONT – No matter what tennis court or school you found yourself at this season, the word around the entire tennis community was the same: all roads for a CIF Division 1 title goes through Peninsula High of Palos Verdes.
High praise? No do... Full story
The match couldn’t have played out much better for Valencia’s top singles player, Emily Duong.
With the Tigers holding a four-point lead headed into Wednesday’s final round of matches against Cerritos, the talented sophomore played... Full story
Whenever the top two teams in the county square off, regardless of the sport, there is a good chance the result will be close.
In recent memory, tennis might be the exception to that rule.
On Monday afternoon, the University girls tennis team showe... Full story
The overall depth and quality of Orange County tennis was apparent Monday when the CIF-Southern Section released the playoff brackets for the girls team playoffs.
In all five divisional brackets, a county school earned one of the top four seeds.
Th... Full story
IRVINE It has been suggested in recent years that the University boys tennis program is the most dominant Orange County has to offer.
Five straight CIF championships and 100-plus consecutive league wins will do that for a squad.
Rather quietly, the... Full story
MISSION VIEJO There was no doubting Capistrano Valley’s Katie Ta was the best player on the court Tuesday afternoon.
San Clemente just happened to be the better team top to bottom.
By earning at least one point from every starter in its lineu... Full story
The final numbers on the scoreboard Saturday night didn’t necessarily show it, but Corona del Mar’s boys water polo team left the S & R Sport tournament with some encouraging signs.
The second-ranked Sea Kings lost in the finals to r... Full story