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  • Spalding boys win tennis title

    Spalding boys win tennis title
    Zach Eckel and Ben Trevey won their singles matches and the team of Nick Henoult and Ben McGuire won their doubles match in straight sets to lift the Archbishop Spalding boys tennis team to a 3-2 victory over Gl;enelg Country to win the Maryland...
  • Rio Hondo hopes for La Cañada High boys' tennis are dashed by San Marino

    TEMPLE CITY — Despite its best efforts, the La Cañada High boys’ tennis team was unable to extend its individual season beyond Thursday afternoon. With a singles player and doubles squad vying for Rio Hondo League championships along with...
  • Burroughs tennis' Patterson falls to third at league finals

    Burroughs tennis' Patterson falls to third at league finals
    PASADENA — The frustration felt by Sawyer Patterson was evident. With the pressure of winning his third straight Pacific League singles championship, the Burroughs High senior tennis player entered Wednesday's semifinal match with a lot resting on...
  • County tennis tournament reaches semifinals

    County tennis tournament reaches semifinals
    Boys singles, boys and girls doubles and mixed doubles have all reached the semifinals of the Anne Arundel County tennis tournament. The top four seeds are thorugh in both boys singles and mixed doubles, but a few lower seeds recorded upsets in boys and...
  • Kyrgios knocks Federer out of 2nd round at Madrid Open

    Top-seeded Roger Federer made an early exit from the Madrid Open on Wednesday after a narrow, second-round loss to Nick Kyrgios. The 20-year-old Australian ended Federer's hopes of a fourth title at the Spanish tournament by rallying for a 6-7 (2), 7-6...
  • Return of Alex Ross and Gianni Ross lifts Lyons' chances at state tennis

     Return of Alex Ross and Gianni Ross lifts Lyons' chances at state tennis
    Before Alex and Gianni Ross decided to come out for Lyons' boys tennis team this spring, the brothers from La Grange first had to enroll in school in December. For Alex Ross, a senior, it was the first time he took classes at Lyons since his freshman...
  • Crescenta Valley tennis advances doubles team, singles player to league semifinals

    Crescenta Valley tennis advances doubles team, singles player to league semifinals
    PASADENA — Things went pretty much as planned according to the seedings at Monday's first day of the Pacific League boys' tennis tournament. In the event at Pasadena High, the top four seeds in both singles and doubles all advanced to the...
  • W&M tennis teams take different paths to NCAA tournament

    W&M tennis teams take different paths to NCAA tournament
    WILLIAMSBURG — William and Mary’s men’s and women’s tennis teams won conference championships, had the tournament’s outstanding player and travel to North Carolina for their respective NCAA appearances. Beyond that, their...
  • College Roundup: Navy men capture Patriot League track title

    College Roundup: Navy men capture Patriot League track title
    NAVY MEN'S TRACK: The Bucknell women and Navy men each pulled off a sweep of the Patriot League track and field titles this season as the schools both came away victorious at the Patriot League Outdoor Track and Field Championships on Saturday at Shea...
  • Boys' Tennis: Bjorn playing big for CdM

    Boys' Tennis: Bjorn playing big for CdM
    The first name of Corona del Mar High junior Bjorn Hoffmann stands out to anyone who is aware of tennis history, and that isn't by accident. Bjorn Borg was an 11-time Grand Slam champion in the 1970s and early '80s. He found two fans in Carsten Hoffmann...
  • Teen with one arm has become award-winning tennis player

    At the IMG Academy, the most famous tennis program in the world, teaching pros have never seen a player quite like Nisha Rajamohan. The senior from Connecticut was born without a fully developed right arm, so she uses a prosthetic limb to compete with...