Wednesday, November 25, 2020

CHS Girls Tennis take on Francis Parker on Tuesday

Islander Chloe Hoffman returns a serve during a recent CHS home match

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The Coronado High School girl’s tennis team will play their fourth match of the season this Tuesday against Francis Parker High School at 3:15pm.

The girl’s head coach, Rob Moore, talked about the team and many of its up-and-coming players. Having graduated six varsity players from last year’s team, he said that this season will “certainly test this year’s young team,” including freshmen Maya Antes, Hana Granillo, Aldara Krantzberg, and Amanda Ursitti, along with two rising JV players Lauren McBride and Bri Lehr. Some of the top athletes on the team include two-time lettermen Madison Smith and Keala Hallerberg, last year’s all-CIF doubles players Elena Wang and her partner, two-time lettermen Emily Dow.

The team already has two impressive wins under its belt against Granite Hills (17-1) and Hilltop (13-5). Despite a tough loss against the always formidable Bishop’s High School last Thursday, Coach Moore is confident that this year will be a great one: “This is a very talented team with tremendous potential and I’m looking forward to seeing them progress throughout the season.”

This week’s game against Francis Parker promises to be a tough one. Make sure to stop by the tennis courts to see the match – there is always plenty of bleachers and shade.

Check out the rest of the girls’ schedules here!

Islander Christina Seggerman serves an
opponent at the CHS tennis courts.


Maddy Hopson

Staff Writer Intern

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