Del Mar tennis team wins Southern California championship

Surf and Turf Tennis Club’s 14 and under team recently won the Southern California sectional championships. They will compete in the national championships in South Carolina in October. Congratulations to coach Alex Levie and the players, pictured left to right (front row): Max Tokeman, James Singer, Noah Kay, mascot Jayden Walker, and Colin Hawkins. Back row, pictured left to right: Eshan Talluri, Frank Todd, James Susman, Jessica Walker, Rachal Jackson, Avi Anklesaria and Coach Alex Levie. The players live in communities from Solana Beach to Torrey Hills.

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