TPHS Varsity Tennis team undefeated, wins La Jolla Country Day Tennis Invitational

Under the leadership of Head Coach James Jack, the TPHS Varsity Tennis team is undefeated for the season and aiming for its 24th successive year as the CIF Division 1 Girls Tennis Champions.  Recently, the Falcons won the La Jolla Country Day Tennis Invitational, which featured both Los Angeles and San Diego area schools.  Earlier, the Falcons also won the North County Doubles Tennis tournament with a thrilling championship match against La Costa Canyon.  With only four upperclassmen on the Varsity team, “the future continues to look exciting for TPHS tennis.”

(L-R) Tiffany Park, Sophie Beachboard, Tascia Mochernak, Jasmine Rich and C.C. Schwab.

Related posts:

  1. Canyon Crest Academy wins CIF Boys Varsity Division II Tennis Championship
  2. TPHS Freshman Boys Soccer team tops at North County Inland Invitational
  3. Canyon Crest Academy girls tennis team wins Valley League championship
  4. Surf and Turf 12 and under junior tennis team wins championship
  5. CCA Boys Varsity Soccer Team Grossmont Tournament finalists

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