‘ASAP’ passing the baton at Canyon Crest Academy

Canyon Crest Academy’s Girls’ tennis program is making a run in the CIF’s for their third year in a row. Having reached the CIF finals the prior two years, CCA is hoping that the third try will be a charm. Pictured at right is the number 1 doubles team at CCA directly after playing (and beating) their down-the-street rival, Cathedral Catholic High School, in the 2013 CIF Tennis Tournament. Amanda Presar (senior and team co-captain, pictured on the right) is partnered with freshman Amanda Schiffman (tennis uniforms by lululemon), hence “ASAP” as they are cleverly known.

CCA finished second in the Palomar League this fall season behind perennial Division 1 powerhouse Torrey Pines High School. Amanda Presar has played on the CCA varsity girls tennis team since she was a freshman and has helped guide her doubles partner Amanda Schiffman along for a winning record season. Amanda Presar is also a published author who will be heading off to college next fall.

Related posts:

  1. Canyon Crest Academy girls tennis team wins Valley League championship
  2. Canyon Crest Academy Boys Tennis Team sweeps titles in Valley League
  3. Canyon Crest Academy volleyball players honored
  4. Canyon Crest Academy swim and dive teams off to promising start
  5. Canyon Crest Academy teen publishes unique 300-page cookbook titled ‘Amanda’s Kitchen’

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