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    katherinebay

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    girls varsity tennis

    Post  katherinebay on Mon Nov 09, 2009 8:19 pm

    To conclude such a superb season, the Girls Varsity Tennis team has proved to everyone that they truly can dominate the courts. The team did extremely well at Pacific League Championships, which was just as expected. Out of the 8 semi-final positions, Arcadia took 4 of them: 2 in singles and 2 in doubles.

    Freshman Francis Dean was titled Pacific League Champion for singles although how she received such a name was incredible. Eagerly awaiting, she was put up against Burbank’s number one singles, who was the one who happened to beat her two times before; once because Francis was deemed worse than her and another because she had to forfeit due to a wrist injury. Naturally, Francis was aware of this and was worried about their next match against each other because she had the potential to lose, once again. However, Francis toughened up and pulled through, leading her team to success. She will be competing in the CIF individual tournament as well. Sophomore Nadia Pacheco also received fourth place for singles. She was consistent all season and at Pacific League Championships, she played exceedingly well.

    __ Elizabeth Lieu and junior Michelle Zhu received 3rd place for doubles while senior Amy Qiu and senior Nicole Gandasutisna got 4th place. When at Pacific League Championships, both doubles teams had to compete against each other, which was intense because obviously both wanted to win. In the end, Elizabeth and Michelle were victorious, but the thought that two out of the three Arcadia doubles teams placed is already a huge accomplishment. According to Coach Jerry Dohling, “it's really exciting to be undefeated because you know that this means no one else can ever have a better record than us.”

    [Paragraph on CIF]

    The memories the Girls Varsity Tennis team made throughout the season will surely stay with them for years and years to come. Junior Michelle Zhu describes bus rides home from away games as fun and entertaining because “half of them sing while the other half plays "Who Wants to Be a Millionare" on someone's iPhone.” It’s these little things that helped create the special bond this team has. As the season comes to an end, the team realized how tennis took up a lot of time after school many days a week, and even though some of them may be glad that the season is finally over, they are all going to miss all the time they spent together.

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    Re: girls varsity tennis

    Post  lenakalemkiarian on Tue Nov 10, 2009 11:29 am

    To conclude such a superb season, the Girls Varsity Tennis team has proved to everyone that they truly can dominate the courts. The team did extremely well at Pacific League Championships, which was just as expected. Out of the 8 semi-final positions, Arcadia took 4 of them: 2 in singles and 2 in doubles.

    Freshman Francis Dean was titled Pacific League Champion for singles although how she received such a name was incredible. Eagerly awaiting, she was put up against Burbank’s number one singles, who was the one who happened to beat her two times before; once because Francis was deemed worse than her and another because she had to forfeit due to a wrist injury. Naturally, Francis was aware of this and was worried about their next match against each other because she had the potential to lose, once again. However, Francis toughened up and pulled through, leading her team to success. She will be competing in the CIF individual tournament as well. Sophomore Nadia Pacheco also received fourth place for singles. She was consistent all season and at Pacific League Championships, she played exceedingly well.

    __ Elizabeth Lieu and junior Michelle Zhu received 3rd place for doubles while senior Amy Qiu and senior Nicole Gandasutisna got 4th place. When at Pacific League Championships, both doubles teams had to compete against each other, which was intense because obviously both wanted to win. In the end, Elizabeth and Michelle were victorious, but the thought that two out of the three Arcadia doubles teams placed is already a huge accomplishment. According to Coach Jerry Dohling, “it's really exciting to be undefeated because you know that this means no one else can ever have a better record than us.”

    [Paragraph on CIF]

    The memories the Girls Varsity Tennis team made throughout the season will surely stay with them for years and years to come. Junior Michelle Zhu describes bus rides home from away games as fun and entertaining because “half of them sing while the other half plays "Who Wants to Be a Millionare" [double quotes. make 'Who Wants to Be a Millionare']on someone's iPhone.” It’s these little things that helped create the special bond this team has. As the season comes to an end, the team realized how tennis took up a lot of time after school many days a week, and even though some of them may be glad that the season is finally over, they are all [delete one of the alls. doesnt sound right with two that close to each other]going to miss all the time they spent together.

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    Re: girls varsity tennis

    Post  katherinebay on Tue Nov 10, 2009 10:05 pm

    To conclude such a superb season, the Girls Varsity Tennis team has proved to everyone that they truly can dominate the courts and finished their regular season with a record of 19-0. The team did extremely well at Pacific League Championships, which was just as expected, and is also ranked #8 in the CIF Division II.. Out of the 8 semi-final individual positions, Arcadia took 4 of the spots and were titled All League Honors.

    Freshman Francis Dean was titled Pacific League Champion for singles although how she received such a name was incredible. Eagerly awaiting, she was put up against Burbank’s number one singles, who was the one who happened to beat her two times before; once because Francis was deemed worse than her and another because she had to forfeit due to a wrist injury. Naturally, Francis was aware of this and was worried about their next match against each other because she had the potential to lose, once again. However, Francis toughened up and pulled through, leading her team to success. She will be competing in the CIF individual tournament as well. Sophomore Nadia Pacheco also received fourth place for singles. She was consistent all season and at Pacific League Championships, she played exceedingly well.

    Freshman Elizabeth Lieu and junior Michelle Zhu received 3rd place for doubles while senior Amy Qiu and senior Nicole Gandasutisna got 4th place. When at Pacific League Championships, both doubles teams had to compete against each other, which was intense because obviously both wanted to win. In the end, Elizabeth and Michelle were victorious, but the thought that two out of the three Arcadia doubles teams placed is already a huge accomplishment. According to Coach Jerry Dohling, “it's really exciting to be undefeated because you know that this means no one else can ever have a better record than us.”

    [Paragraph on CIF]

    The memories the Girls Varsity Tennis team made throughout the season will surely stay with them for years and years to come. Junior Michelle Zhu describes bus rides home from away games as fun and entertaining because “half of them sing while the other half plays ‘Who Wants to Be a Millionare’ on someone's iPhone.” It’s these little things that helped create the special bond this team has. As the season comes to an end, the team realized how tennis took up a lot of time after school many days a week, and even though some of them may be glad that the season is finally over, they are going to miss all the time they spent together.

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    Re: girls varsity tennis

    Post  lenakalemkiarian on Wed Nov 11, 2009 11:22 pm

    To conclude such a superb season, the Girls Varsity Tennis team has proved to everyone that they truly can dominate the courts and finished their regular season with a record of 19-0. The team did extremely well at Pacific League Championships, which was just as expected, and is also ranked #8 in the CIF Division II..[delete 2nd period] Out of the 8 semi-final individual positions, Arcadia took 4 of the spots and were titled All League Honors.

    Freshman Francis Dean was titled Pacific League Champion for singles although how she received such a name was incredible. Eagerly awaiting, she was put up against Burbank’s number one singles, who was the one who happened to beat her two times before; once because Francis was deemed worse than her and another because she had to forfeit due to a wrist injury. Naturally, Francis was aware of this and was worried about their next match against each other because she had the potential to lose, once again. However, Francis toughened up and pulled through, leading her team to success. She will be competing in the CIF individual tournament as well. Sophomore Nadia Pacheco also received fourth place for singles. She was consistent all season and at Pacific League Championships, she played exceedingly well.

    Freshman Elizabeth Lieu and junior Michelle Zhu received 3rd place for doubles while senior Amy Qiu and senior Nicole Gandasutisna got 4th place. When at Pacific League Championships, both doubles teams had to compete against each other, which was intense because obviously both wanted to win. In the end, Elizabeth and Michelle were victorious, but the thought that two out of the three Arcadia doubles teams placed is already a huge accomplishment. According to Coach Jerry Dohling, “it's really exciting to be undefeated because you know that this means no one else can ever have a better record than us.”

    [Paragraph on CIF]

    The memories the Girls Varsity Tennis team made throughout the season will surely stay with them for years and years to come. Junior Michelle Zhu describes bus rides home from away games as fun and entertaining because “half of them sing while the other half plays ‘Who Wants to Be a Millionare’ on someone's iPhone.” It’s these little things that helped create the special bond this team has. As the season comes to an end, the team realized how tennis took up a lot of time after school many days a week, and even though some of them may be glad that the season is finally over, they are going to miss all the time they spent together.

    katherinebay

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    Re: girls varsity tennis

    Post  katherinebay on Thu Nov 12, 2009 11:35 am

    To conclude such a superb season, the Girls Varsity Tennis team has proved to everyone that they truly can dominate the courts and finished their regular season with a record of 19-0. The team did extremely well at Pacific League Championships, which was just as expected, and is also ranked #8 in the CIF Division II. Out of the 8 semi-final individual positions, Arcadia took 4 of the spots and were titled All League Honors.

    Freshman Francis Dean was titled Pacific League Champion for singles although how she received such a name was incredible. Eagerly awaiting, she was put up against Burbank’s number one singles, who was the one who happened to beat her two times before; once because Francis was deemed worse than her and another because she had to forfeit due to a wrist injury. Naturally, Francis was aware of this and was worried about their next match against each other because she had the potential to lose, once again. However, Francis toughened up and pulled through, leading her team to success. She will be competing in the CIF individual tournament as well. Sophomore Nadia Pacheco also received fourth place for singles. She was consistent all season and at Pacific League Championships, she played exceedingly well.

    Freshman Elizabeth Lieu and junior Michelle Zhu received 3rd place for doubles while senior Amy Qiu and senior Nicole Gandasutisna got 4th place. When at Pacific League Championships, both doubles teams had to compete against each other, which was intense because obviously both wanted to win. In the end, Elizabeth and Michelle were victorious, but the thought that two out of the three Arcadia doubles teams placed is already a huge accomplishment. According to Coach Jerry Dohling, “it's really exciting to be undefeated because you know that this means no one else can ever have a better record than us.”

    [Paragraph on CIF]

    The memories the Girls Varsity Tennis team made throughout the season will surely stay with them for years and years to come. Junior Michelle Zhu describes bus rides home from away games as fun and entertaining because “half of them sing while the other half plays ‘Who Wants to Be a Millionare’ on someone's iPhone.” It’s these little things that helped create the special bond this team has. As the season comes to an end, the team realized how tennis took up a lot of time after school many days a week, and even though some of them may be glad that the season is finally over, they are going to miss all the time they spent together.

    elliottlee

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    Post  elliottlee on Thu Nov 12, 2009 12:40 pm

    (This sentence sounds like it has some tense problems.) To conclude such a superb season, the Girls Varsity Tennis team has proved to everyone that they truly can dominate the courts and finished their regular season with a record of 19-0. The team did extremely well at Pacific League Championships, which was just as expected, and is also ranked #8 in the CIF Division II. Out of the 8 semi-final individual positions, Arcadia took 4 of the spots and was titled All League Honors.

    Freshman Francis Dean was titled Pacific League Champion for singles although how she received such a name was incredible. Eagerly awaiting, she was put up against Burbank’s number one singles player who was the one who happened to beat her two times before; once because Francis was deemed worse than her and another because she had to forfeit due to a wrist injury. Naturally, Francis was aware of this and was worried about their next match against each other because she had the potential to lose, once again. However, Francis toughened up and pulled through, leading her team to success. She will be competing in the CIF individual tournament as well. Sophomore Nadia Pacheco also received fourth place for singles. She was consistent all season and at Pacific League Championships, she played exceedingly well.

    Freshman Elizabeth Lieu and junior Michelle Zhu received 3rd place for doubles while seniors Amy Qiu and senior Nicole Gandasutisna got 4th place. When at Pacific League Championships, both doubles teams had to compete against each other, which was intense because obviously both wanted to win. In the end, Elizabeth and Michelle were victorious, but the thought that two out of the three Arcadia doubles teams placed is already a huge accomplishment. According to Coach Jerry Dohling, “it's really exciting to be undefeated because you know that this means no one else can ever have a better record than us.”

    [Paragraph on CIF]

    The memories the Girls Varsity Tennis team made throughout the season will surely stay with them for years and years to come. Junior Michelle Zhu described (past-tense, I think) bus rides home from away games as fun and entertaining because “half of them sing while the other half plays ‘Who Wants to Be a Millionare’ on someone's iPhone.” It’s these little things that helped create the special bond this team has. As the season comes to an end, the team realized how tennis took up a lot of time after school many days a week, and even though some of them may be glad that the season is finally over, they are going to miss all the time they spent together.

    katherinebay

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    Re: girls varsity tennis

    Post  katherinebay on Thu Nov 12, 2009 10:12 pm

    To conclude such a superb season, the Girls Varsity Tennis team has proved to everyone that they truly have dominated the courts and has finished their regular season with a record of 20-0 overall and 12-0 for league. The team did extremely well at Pacific League Championships, which was just as expected, and is also ranked #8 in the CIF Division II. Out of the 8 semi-final individual positions, Arcadia took 4 of the spots and was titled All League Honors. Fortunately, they officially are the League Champions.

    Freshman Francis Dean was titled Pacific League Champion for singles although how she received such a name was incredible. Eagerly awaiting, she was put up against Burbank’s number one singles player who happened to beat her two times before; once because Francis was deemed worse than her and another because she had to forfeit due to a wrist injury. Naturally, Francis was aware of this and was worried about their next match against each other because she had the potential to lose, once again. However, Francis toughened up and pulled through, leading her team to success. She will be competing in the CIF individual tournament as well. Sophomore Nadia Pacheco also received fourth place for singles. She was consistent all season and at Pacific League Championships, she played exceedingly well.

    Freshman Elizabeth Lieu and junior Michelle Zhu received 3rd place for doubles while seniors Amy Qiu and Nicole Gandasutisna got 4th place. When at Pacific League Championships, both doubles teams had to compete against each other, which was intense because obviously both wanted to win. In the end, Elizabeth and Michelle were victorious, but the thought that two out of the three Arcadia doubles teams placed is already a huge accomplishment. According to Coach Jerry Dohling, “it's really exciting to be undefeated because you know that this means no one else can ever have a better record than us.”

    As the Girls Varsity Tennis team entered the first round of CIF, they wallowed in nervousness. Their opponents, San Marcos, which is from Santa Barbara, were extremely tough, but all of the girls played their hearts out and successfully beat them 11-7. They are eligible to move on to the second round of CIF on Saturday.

    The memories the Girls Varsity Tennis team made throughout the season will surely stay with them for years and years to come. Junior Michelle Zhu described bus rides home from away games as fun and entertaining because “half of them sing while the other half plays ‘Who Wants to Be a Millionare’ on someone's iPhone.” It’s these little things that helped create the special bond this team has. As the season comes to an end, the team realized how tennis took up a lot of time after school many days a week, and even though some of them may be glad that the season is finally over, they are going to miss all the time they spent together.

    katherinebay

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    Re: girls varsity tennis

    Post  katherinebay on Sun Nov 15, 2009 12:10 am

    To conclude such a superb season, the Girls Varsity Tennis team has proved to everyone that they truly have dominated the courts and has finished their regular season with a record of 21-0 overall and 12-0 for league. The team did extremely well at Pacific League Championships, which was just as expected, and is also ranked #8 in the CIF Division II. Out of the 8 semi-final individual positions, Arcadia took 4 of the spots and was titled All League Honors. Fortunately, they officially are the League Champions.

    Freshman Francis Dean was titled Pacific League Champion for singles although how she received such a name was incredible. Eagerly awaiting, she was put up against Burbank’s number one singles player who happened to beat her two times before; once because Francis was deemed worse than her and another because she had to forfeit due to a wrist injury. Naturally, Francis was aware of this and was worried about their next match against each other because she had the potential to lose, once again. However, Francis toughened up and pulled through, leading her team to success. She will be competing in the CIF individual tournament as well. Sophomore Nadia Pacheco also received fourth place for singles. She was consistent all season and at Pacific League Championships, she played exceedingly well.

    Freshman Elizabeth Lieu and junior Michelle Zhu received 3rd place for doubles while seniors Amy Qiu and Nicole Gandasutisna got 4th place. When at Pacific League Championships, both doubles teams had to compete against each other, which was intense because obviously both wanted to win. In the end, Elizabeth and Michelle were victorious, but the thought that two out of the three Arcadia doubles teams placed is already a huge accomplishment. According to Coach Jerry Dohling, “it's really exciting to be undefeated because you know that this means no one else can ever have a better record than us.”

    As the Girls Varsity Tennis team entered the first round of CIF, they wallowed in nervousness. Their opponents, San Marcos, which is from Santa Barbara, were extremely tough, but all of the girls played their hearts out and successfully beat them 11-7. The team then went onto the second round of CIF against Newport Harbour and scored 12-6, making them eligible to move on to the third round on Tuesday. Their next opponent is Palm Desert, and as of now, are #1 in CIF.

    The memories the Girls Varsity Tennis team made throughout the season will surely stay with them for years and years to come. Junior Michelle Zhu described bus rides home from away games as fun and entertaining because “half of them sing while the other half plays ‘Who Wants to Be a Millionare’ on someone's iPhone.” It’s these little things that helped create the special bond this team has. As the season comes to an end, the team realized how tennis took up a lot of time after school many days a week, and even though some of them may be glad that the season is finally over, they are going to miss all the time they spent together.

    katherinebay

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    Re: girls varsity tennis

    Post  katherinebay on Tue Nov 17, 2009 11:13 pm

    To conclude such a superb season, the Girls Varsity Tennis team has proved to everyone that they truly have dominated the courts and has finished their regular season with a record of 21-1 overall and 12-0 for league. The team did extremely well at Pacific League Championships, which was just as expected, and is also ranked #8 in the CIF Division II. Out of the 8 semi-final individual positions, Arcadia took 4 of the spots and was titled All League Honors. Fortunately, they officially are the League Champions.

    Freshman Francis Dean was titled Pacific League Champion for singles although how she received such a name was incredible. Eagerly awaiting, she was put up against Burbank’s number one singles player who happened to beat her two times before; once because Francis was deemed worse than her and another because she had to forfeit due to a wrist injury. Naturally, Francis was aware of this and was worried about their next match against each other because she had the potential to lose, once again. However, Francis toughened up and pulled through, leading her team to success. She will be competing in the CIF individual tournament as well. Sophomore Nadia Pacheco also received fourth place for singles. She was consistent all season and at Pacific League Championships, she played exceedingly well.

    Freshman Elizabeth Lieu and junior Michelle Zhu received 3rd place for doubles while seniors Amy Qiu and Nicole Gandasutisna got 4th place. When at Pacific League Championships, both doubles teams had to compete against each other, which was intense because obviously both wanted to win. In the end, Elizabeth and Michelle were victorious, but the thought that two out of the three Arcadia doubles teams placed is already a huge accomplishment. According to Coach Jerry Dohling, “it's really exciting to be undefeated because you know that this means no one else can ever have a better record than us.”

    As the Girls Varsity Tennis team entered the first round of CIF, they wallowed in nervousness. Their opponents, San Marcos, which is from Santa Barbara, were extremely tough, but all of the girls played their hearts out and successfully beat them 11-7. The team then went onto the second round of CIF against Newport Harbour and scored 12-6, making them eligible to move on to the third round three days later.

    Their next opponent was Palm Desert, who was number 1 in CIF. Of course, the Girls Varsity Tennis team’s expectations decreased as they soon found out their competitors were extremely difficult; however, they tried to put that fact aside. Although they lost 17-1, the team was glad to even make it this far into CIF.

    The memories the Girls Varsity Tennis team made throughout the season will surely stay with them for years and years to come. Junior Michelle Zhu described bus rides home from away games as fun and entertaining because “half of them sing while the other half plays ‘Who Wants to Be a Millionare’ on someone's iPhone.” It’s these little things that helped create the special bond this team has. As the season comes to an end, the team realized how tennis took up a lot of time after school many days a week, and even though some of them may be glad that the season is finally over, they are going to miss all the time they spent together.

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