WSL League Individual Tournament

WSL League Individual Tournament

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Junior Reese Brown competes in his first round at the WSL League Individual Tournament April 23.

Boys tennis No. 3 singles player Reese Brown, ’19, plays in the singles round of the WSL League Individual Tournament at Copper River, hosted by FC, April 23. No. 4 John Monke, ’19, also competes in the first day of singles matches. 

Brown is defeated in the first round, and Monke defeated in the third round, placing fourth overall in the tournament.

The tournament continues, April 24, with doubles games by partners No. 1 Jaden Ventura, ’18, and No. 2 Alex Rurik, ’19, as well as No. 5 Mark Pimentel, ’21, and No. 6 Braden Bell, ’20. 

Pimentel and Bell win two of their four matches, placing sixth in the league championship. Rurik and Ventura win all of their matches, placing first. They defeat Firebaugh, 6-4 6-1, to win the WSL Doubles Championships!

Both doubles pairs qualify for Valley Championships, May 11. 

Eagles next play at home against Firebaugh for senior night, April 27. Head out and cheer on the team’s only senior, Jaden Ventura. The match will begin at 4 p.m.

Slideshow below includes images from boys tennis’ WSL League Individual Tournament. 

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