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    katherinebay

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    girls varsity tennis

    Post  katherinebay on Wed Oct 07, 2009 10:15 pm

    Undefeated. Indomitable. Invincible. They’re no Justice League, but these words are an understatement when describing the girls varsity tennis team. From the beginning of the season, the girls proved to be such, and consistently continued their winning streak, making it seem effortless.

    The match against Upland was “just an ordinary match,” according to sophomore Caroline Young, and the girls varsity tennis team scored 17-1. At first, the team was worried about competing against Glendale, but soon found them as easy-to-beat competitors and ended with 14-4. Also, their singles team was very good. When traveling to John Burroughs on Oct. 1, it was a fairly windy match, and beat them with no difficulty and the girls tennis team beat them with 18-0. Their home game against La Salle was a normal match for the team and ended up beating them once again with a score of 18-0.

    La Cañada was quite difficult to beat because their coach paired their two best players on one doubles team, creating a power house duo. With Arcadia’s talent, the team was able to pull it together and beat them once again with a score of 14-4. It was a challenge for the team, and really put their minds to the test. Luckily, this match prepared them for their upcoming game that decides whether or not they will win CIF.

    ashleychi

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    Re: girls varsity tennis

    Post  ashleychi on Thu Oct 08, 2009 10:31 pm

    EDIT 1

    Undefeated. Indomitable. Invincible. They’re no Justice League, but these words are an understatement [understatements] when describing the girls varsity tennis [Girls Varsity Tennis] team. From the beginning of the season, the girls proved to be such, and consistently continued their winning streak, making it seem effortless.

    The match against Upland was “just an ordinary match,” according to sophomore Caroline Young, and the girls varsity tennis [Girls Varsity Tennis] team scored 17-1. At first, the team was worried about competing against Glendale, but soon found them as easy-to-beat competitors and ended with 14-4. Also, their singles team was very good. When traveling to John Burroughs on Oct. 1, it was a fairly windy match [awk, these two statements don't relate to each other], and beat them with no difficulty and the girls tennis team beat them [delete] with [insert 'with a score of'] 18-0. Their home game against La Salle was a normal match for the team and ended up beating them once again with a score of 18-0.

    La Cañada was quite difficult to beat because their coach paired their two best players on one doubles team, creating a power house duo. With Arcadia’s talent, the team was able to pull it together and beat them once again with a score of 14-4. It was a challenge for the team, and really put their minds to the test. Luckily, this match prepared them for their upcoming game that decides [will decide] whether or not they will win CIF. [what is CIF?]

    katherinebay

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    Re: girls varsity tennis

    Post  katherinebay on Sun Oct 11, 2009 11:30 pm

    Undefeated. Indomitable. Invincible. They’re no Justice League, but these words are understatements when describing the Girls Varsity Tennis team. From the beginning of the season, the girls proved to be such, and consistently continued their winning streak, making it seem effortless.

    The match against Upland was “just an ordinary match,” according to sophomore Caroline Young, and the Girls Varsity Tennis team scored 17-1. At first, the team was worried about competing against Glendale, but soon found them as easy-to-beat competitors and ended with 14-4. Also, their singles team was very good. When traveling to John Burroughs on Oct. 1, the team realized that they were going to have a fairly windy match yet they still managed to beat them with no difficulties, ending the game with a score of 18-0. Their home game against La Salle was a normal match for the team and ended up beating them once again with a score of 18-0.

    La Cañada was quite difficult to beat because their coach paired their two best players on one doubles team, creating a power house duo. With Arcadia’s talent, the team was able to pull it together and beat them once again with a score of 14-4. It was a challenge for the team, and really put their minds to the test. Luckily, this match prepared them for their upcoming game that decides will decide whether or not they will win California Interscholastic Federation (CIF).

    ashleychi

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    Re: girls varsity tennis

    Post  ashleychi on Mon Oct 12, 2009 5:27 pm

    EDIT 2

    Undefeated. Indomitable. Invincible. They’re no Justice League, but these words are understatements when describing the Girls Varsity Tennis team. From the beginning of the season, the girls proved to be such, and consistently continued their winning streak, making it seem effortless.

    The match against Upland was “just an ordinary match,” according to sophomore Caroline Young, and the Girls Varsity Tennis [delete] team scored 17-1. At first, the team was worried about competing against Glendale, but soon found them as easy-to-beat competitors and ended with 14-4. Also, their singles team was very good. [rewrite as 'The singles team played very well during this game.'] When traveling to John Burroughs on Oct. 1, the team realized that they were going to have a fairly windy match [insert comma] yet they still managed to [delete] beat them with no difficulties, ending the game with a score of 18-0. Their home game against La Salle was a normal match for the team and ended up beating them once again with a score of 18-0.

    La Cañada was quite difficult to beat because their coach paired their two best players on one doubles team, creating a power house duo. With Arcadia’s talent, the team was able to pull it together and beat them once again with a score of 14-4. It was a challenge for the team, and really put their minds to the test. Luckily, this match prepared them for their upcoming game that decides will decide whether or not they will win California Interscholastic Federation (CIF).

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    Re: girls varsity tennis

    Post  katherinebay on Mon Oct 12, 2009 11:27 pm

    Undefeated. Indomitable. Invincible. They’re no Justice League, but these words are understatements when describing the Girls Varsity Tennis team. From the beginning of the season, the girls proved to be such, and consistently continued their winning streak, making it seem effortless.

    The match against Upland was “just an ordinary match,” according to sophomore Caroline Young, and the team scored 17-1. At first, the team was worried about competing against Glendale, but soon found them as easy-to-beat competitors. Considering that it was one of their tougher competitions in league, the opposing side had a very strong doubles team as well as singles team. With the drive to win it all, seniors Amy Qiu and Nicole Gandasutisna were able to beat their doubles team while freshman Francis Dean and sophomore Nadia Pacheco defeated their singles team. All in all, the team had a great match that ended with 14-4.

    When traveling to John Burroughs on Oct. 1, the team realized that they were going to have a fairly windy match, yet they beat them with no difficulties, ending the game with a score of 18-0. Their home game against La Salle was an easy match for the team, and ended up beating them with a score of 18-0. La Cañada was quite difficult to beat because their coach paired their two best players on one doubles team, creating a power house duo. With Arcadia’s talent, the team was able to pull it together and beat them once again with a score of 14-4. It was a challenge for the team, and really put their minds to the test.

    The Girls Varsity Tennis team had beat Cresenta Valley the first time around at their courts and had to play them again for a second time at home. This is always our toughest and most intense match of the season, especially because they have defeated them and taken the League Champion titles for the past two years in a row. After a long day, the team was still able to prevail beating CV 13-5, which secures their claim to league champions if they stay focused the rest of the season. On Oct. 12, the team played against South Pasadena and beat them 13-5. Junior Michelle Zhu said, “Every member of our team is important to us, from our wise coach to our reliable subs, and playing tennis is so much more enjoyable because we all enjoy being in each other's company.”

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    Re: girls varsity tennis

    Post  ashleychi on Tue Oct 13, 2009 8:40 pm

    EDIT 3

    Undefeated. Indomitable. Invincible. They’re no Justice League, but these words are understatements when describing the Girls Varsity Tennis team. From the beginning of the season, the girls proved to be such [phrasing a bit awk.][/color[color=red]],[delete comma] and [replace with 'by'] consistently continued [continuing] their winning streak, making it seem effortless.

    The match against Upland was “just an ordinary match,” according to sophomore Caroline Young, and the team scored [replace with 'won with a score of'] 17-1. At first, the team was worried about competing against Glendale , but soon found them as [replace with 'to be'] easy-to-beat competitors. Considering that it was one of their tougher competitions in league [mention this in the previous sentence to tell why the team was worried about competing w/ Glendale] , the opposing side had a very strong doubles team as well as singles team. With the drive to win it all, seniors Amy Qiu and Nicole Gandasutisna were able to beat their doubles team while freshman Francis Dean and sophomore Nadia Pacheco defeated their singles team. All in all, the team had a great match that ended with 14-4.

    When traveling to John Burroughs on Oct. 1, the team realized that they were going to have a fairly windy match, yet they beat them [replace with 'the Burroughs team'] with no difficulties, ending the game with a score of 18-0. Their home game against La Salle was an easy match for the team, and ended up beating them with a score of 18-0. La Cañada was quite difficult to beat because their coach paired their two best players on one doubles team, creating a power house duo. With Arcadia’s talent, the team was able to pull it together and beat them once again with a score of 14-4. It was a challenge for the team, and really put their minds to the test.

    The Girls Varsity Tennis team had beat Cresenta Valley the first time around at their courts and had to play them again for a second time at home. This is always our toughest and most intense match of the season, especially [delete] because they [replace with 'Cresenta Valley'] have [has]defeated them [replace with 'our team'] and taken the League Champion titles for the past two years in a row. After a long day, the team was still able to prevail [insert comma] beating CV 13-5, which secures their claim to league champions if they stay focused the rest of the season. On Oct. 12, the team played against South Pasadena and beat them 13-5. Junior Michelle Zhu said, “Every member of our team is important to us, from our wise coach to our reliable subs, and playing tennis is so much more enjoyable because we all enjoy being in each other's company.”

    katherinebay

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    Re: girls varsity tennis

    Post  katherinebay on Tue Oct 13, 2009 9:07 pm

    Undefeated. Indomitable. Invincible. They’re no Justice League, but these words are understatements when describing the Girls Varsity Tennis team. From the beginning of the season, the girls proved to be such fantastic players by consistently continuing their winning streak, making it seem effortless.

    The match against Upland was “just an ordinary match,” according to sophomore Caroline Young, and the team won with a score of 17-1. At first, the team was worried about competing against Glendale, considering that this was one of their tougher competitions in league since they beat them last year, but soon found them to be easy-to-beat competitors. The opposing side had a very strong doubles team as well as singles team. With the drive to win it all, seniors Amy Qiu and Nicole Gandasutisna were able to beat their doubles team while freshman Francis Dean and sophomore Nadia Pacheco defeated their singles team. All in all, the team had a great match that ended with 14-4.

    When traveling to John Burroughs on Oct. 1, the team realized that they were going to have a fairly windy match, yet they beat the Burroughs team with no difficulties, ending the game with a score of 18-0. Their home game against La Salle was an easy match for the team, and ended up beating them with a score of 18-0. La Cañada was quite difficult to beat because their coach paired their two best players on one doubles team, creating a power house duo. With Arcadia’s talent, the team was able to pull it together and beat them once again with a score of 14-4. It was a challenge for the team, and really put their minds to the test.

    The Girls Varsity Tennis team had beat Cresenta Valley the first time around at their courts and had to play them again for a second time at home. This is always our toughest and most intense match of the season, because Cresenta Valley has defeated our team and taken the League Champion titles for the past two years in a row. After a long day, the team was still able to prevail, beating CV 13-5, which secures their claim to league champions if they stay focused the rest of the season. On Oct. 12, the team played against South Pasadena and beat them 13-5. Junior Michelle Zhu said, “Every member of our team is important to us, from our wise coach to our reliable subs, and playing tennis is so much more enjoyable because we all enjoy being in each other's company.”

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    Re: girls varsity tennis

    Post  katherinebay on Tue Oct 20, 2009 10:16 am

    **I still need to get some more scores, and then it'll be final.

    Undefeated. Indomitable. Invincible. They’re no Justice League, but these words are understatements when describing the Girls Varsity Tennis team. From the beginning of the season, the girls proved to be such fantastic players by consistently continuing their winning streak, making it seem effortless.

    The match against Upland was “just an ordinary match,” according to sophomore Caroline Young, and the team won with a score of 17-1. At first, Arcadia was worried about competing against Glendale because Glendale was labeled as one of their tougher competitions in league last year; however, Arcadia soon found them to be easy-to-beat competitors. The opposing side had very strong doubles team as well as singles teams. With the drive to win it all, seniors Amy Qiu and Nicole Gandasutisna were able to beat their doubles team while freshman Francis Dean and sophomore Nadia Pacheco defeated their singles team. All in all, the team had a great match that ended with 14-4.

    When traveling to John Burroughs on Oct. 1, the team realized that they were going to have a fairly windy match, but they beat the Burroughs team with no difficulties, ending the game with a score of 18-0. Their home game against La Salle was an easy match for the team, with an end score of 18-0. La Cañada was quite difficult to beat because their coach paired their two best players on one doubles team, creating a power house duo. With Arcadia’s talent, the team was able to pull it together and beat them with a score of 14-4. It was a challenge for the team, and really put their minds to the test.

    The Girls Varsity Tennis team had beat on CV the first time around at CV’s courts and had to play them again for a second time at home. This is always our toughest and most intense match of the season, because Cresenta Valley has defeated our team and taken the League Champion titles for the past two years in a row. After a long day, the team was still able to prevail, beating CV 13-5, securing their claim to the League Champion titles if they stay focused the rest of the season. On Oct. 12, the team played against South Pasadena and beat them 13-5. Junior Michelle Zhu said, “Every member of our team is important to us, from our wise coach to our reliable subs, and playing tennis is so much more enjoyable because we all enjoy being in each other's company.”

    katherinebay

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    Re: girls varsity tennis

    Post  katherinebay on Tue Oct 20, 2009 10:57 pm

    FINAL

    Undefeated. Indomitable. Invincible. They’re no Justice League, but these words are understatements when describing the Girls Varsity Tennis team. From the beginning of the season, the girls proved to be such fantastic players by consistently continuing their winning streak, making it seem effortless.

    The match against Upland was “just an ordinary match,” according to sophomore Caroline Young, and the team won with a score of 17-1. At first, Arcadia was worried about competing against Glendale because Glendale was labeled as one of their tougher competitions in league last year; however, Arcadia soon found them to be easy-to-beat competitors. The opposing side had very strong doubles team as well as singles teams. With the drive to win it all, seniors Amy Qiu and Nicole Gandasutisna were able to beat their doubles team while freshman Francis Dean and sophomore Nadia Pacheco defeated their singles team. All in all, the team had a great match that ended with 14-4.

    When traveling to John Burroughs on Oct. 1, the team realized that they were going to have a fairly windy match, but they beat the Burroughs team with no difficulties, ending the game with a score of 18-0. Their home game against La Salle was an easy match for the team, with an end score of 18-0. La Cañada was quite difficult to beat because their coach paired their two best players on one doubles team, creating a power house duo. With Arcadia’s talent, the team was able to pull it together and beat them with a score of 14-4. It was a challenge for the team, and really put their minds to the test.

    The Girls Varsity Tennis team had beat on CV the first time around at CV’s courts and had to play them again for a second time at home. This is always our toughest and most intense match of the season, because Cresenta Valley has defeated our team and taken the League Champion titles for the past two years in a row. After a long day, the team was still able to prevail, beating CV 13-5, securing their claim to the League Champion titles if they stay focused the rest of the season. On Oct. 12, the team played against South Pasadena and beat them 13-5. When they played against Burbank, many were worried because the score was so close. Luckily they performed full out and were able to serve some epic singles sets, which ended the game 10-8. The team dominated Pasadena 15-3 and beat Hoover 17-3. Junior Michelle Zhu said, “Every member of our team is important to us, from our wise coach to our reliable subs, and playing tennis is so much more enjoyable because we all enjoy being in each other's company.”

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    Re: girls varsity tennis

    Post  katherinebay on Tue Oct 27, 2009 10:22 am

    Undefeated. Indomitable. Invincible. They’re no Justice League, but these words are understatements when describing the Girls Varsity Tennis team. From the beginning of the season, the girls proved to be such fantastic players by consistently continuing their winning streak, making it seem effortless.

    The match against Upland was “just an ordinary match,” according to sophomore Caroline Young, and the team won with a score of 17-1. At first, Arcadia was worried about competing against Glendale because Glendale was labeled as one of their tougher competitions in league last year; however, Arcadia soon found them to be easy-to-beat competitors. The opposing side had very strong doubles team as well as singles teams. With the drive to win it all, seniors Amy Qiu and Nicole Gandasutisna were able to beat their doubles team while freshman Francis Dean and sophomore Nadia Pacheco defeated their singles team. All in all, the team had a great match that ended with 14-4.

    When traveling to John Burroughs on Oct. 1, the team realized that they were going to have a fairly windy match, but they beat the Burroughs team with no difficulties, ending the game with a score of 18-0. Their home game against La Salle was an easy match for the team, with an end score of 18-0. La Cañada was quite difficult to beat because their coach paired their two best players on one doubles team, creating a power house duo. With Arcadia’s talent, the team was able to pull it together and beat them with a score of 14-4. It was a challenge for the team, and really put their minds to the test.

    The Girls Varsity Tennis team had beat on CV the first time around at CV’s courts and had to play them again for a second time at home. This is always our toughest and most intense match of the season, because Cresenta Valley has defeated our team and taken the League Champion titles for the past two years in a row. After a long day, the team was still able to prevail, beating CV 13-5, securing their claim to the League Champion titles if they stay focused the rest of the season. On Oct. 12, the team played against South Pasadena and beat them 13-5. When they played against Burbank, many were worried because the score was so close. Luckily they performed full out and were able to serve some epic singles sets, which ended the game 10-8. The team dominated Pasadena 15-3 and beat Hoover 17-3. Soon after, they beat Glendale 14-4 and Burroughs ___. Junior Michelle Zhu said, “Every member of our team is important to us, from our wise coach to our reliable subs, and playing tennis is so much more enjoyable because we all enjoy being in each other's company.”

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