Canyon Crest Academy girls tennis team wins Valley League championship

Nicole Gereaux, Amanda Presar, Christina Krasnikova, and Megan Nguyen

Not only did Canyon Crest Academy’s girls varsity tennis team repeat as Valley League champions, for the first time in school history, they reached the finals of the CIF All-County Division II team championship. CCA lost to defending champion, Cathedral Catholic in the final.

Coaches Christopher Black and Larry Belinsky

In the Valley League Individual tournament, CCA freshman Otilia Popa won the Singles title over Remy Littrell of Valley Center (VC). Madison Ross of CCA finished third. In the doubles final, Kylie Haviland and Yolanda Pham of Del Norte (DN) defeated Jenai Machhi and Sammy Hodges of San Dieguito Academy (SDA). In an all CCA play-off for third, Nicole Gereaux and Amanda Presar defeated Christina Krasnikova and Megan Nguyen.

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