Newport Harbor (13-4), which repeated as Sunset League champion with a 9-1 league mark, welcomes Marlborough in a Division II first-round match Tuesday at 2 p.m.
Sage Hill (11-7), the runner-up in the Academy League, opens Division IV play at home in Thursday’s first round against an opponent to be determined.
Estancia, the No. 3 representative from the Orange Coast League, plays host to Moorpark today in a wild-card match, from which the winner will advance to meet CdM.
The Sea Kings are paced by seniors Melissa Matsuoka and Hailey Hogan, who won their second league doubles title last week.
Newport Harbor sophomores Christina Young and Ricki Archie, who lost in the league doubles final, pace Coach Kristen Case’s Sailors.
Sage Hill, which meets the winner of today’s wild-card match between La Salle and Norwalk in Thursday’s first round at the Tennis Club, are paced by Dominuque Moore and Liana Korder, who finished third in the Academy League doubles tourney.
The Lightning are coached by A.G. Longoria.
Estancia, coach Rachel de los Santos, will rely upon senior singles standout Kendra Fisher and its top doubles tandem of Erin O’Neil, a sophomore, and senior Misha Brown.
If victorious Thursday, CdM would face either Northwood or Sunny Hills in the second round.
Newport Harbor, should it win Thursday, would meet either Arcadia or San Marcos in the second round.
Sage Hill’s likely second-round foe is Del Rio League champion La Serna.
The second round in all divisions is set for Saturday. The quarterfinals are Nov. 17, the semi Nov. 19, and the finals Nov. 23 at the Claremont Club.