Here’s are OCVarsity's and the Register's selections for the 2013 All-County girls tennis teams, including O.C. Player of the Year, O.C. Coach of the Year and second and third teams.
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SEAL BEACH – The four University doubles players came together in a circle beside the court. Danielle Pham and Celine Gruaz sat on a bench as Yuki Asami knelt beside them and Kyla Scott stood in front.
They entered Seal Beach Tennis Center on ... Full story
CLAREMONT – Celine Gruaz and Yuki Asami sat together on the bus Friday to devise a plan they thought could beat undefeated Peninsula of Rolling Hills Estates.
The two University junior tennis players knew they needed to try something after the... Full story
CLAREMONT – Wet weather could not dampen the spirits of University's girls tennis team Friday, as the Trojans defeated Torrey Pines of San Diego to advance to the Southern California Regional Finals at The Claremont Club.
With the rain beginni... Full story
CLAREMONT – Lauren Candia's nerves set in about an hour before she took the court as she sat on the bleachers and watched the Division 1 final match on The Claremont Club's center court.
Players for University and Peninsula of Rolling Hills Es... Full story
CLAREMONT – Whatever University had to offer, Peninsula of Rolling Hills Estates had an answer.
When University's Celine Gruaz broke the serve of Annika Ringblom, the Peninsula senior came back to win the next six games and the set.
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Canyon coach Wil Wilkins could barely watch.
His top singles player, Amanda Zuidema, fell behind, 2-0, to Beverly Hills No. 1 Martina Bocchi. Then Zuidema battled back and broke Bocchi's serve to get her first game.
It was a crucial set with member... Full story
Dana Hills coach Justin Green said he had to try something different to top University. That's why he moved his top singles players, Margo Pletcher and A.J. Gomer, into doubles, stacking his doubles lineup.
It only played into the Trojans' strength.... Full story
William Lou has each of his girls tennis players handwrite a letter before the start of the fall season.
Those letters are then read a month later.
Once read, Lou has his players write another letter, letters that’ll be read once his team has... Full story