Estancia 10, Calvary Chapel 8
COSTA MESA — The Eagles' No. 2 doubles team of seniors Helena Secrest and Haylie Stephenson swept to lead the way in the Orange Coast League match Tuesday.
Estancia's No. 3 doubles team of seniors Kelly Peterson and Kylie Carpenter also rallied from a 3-0 game deficit and a 4-0 tiebreaker deficit to claim a crucial set victory.
Both the aforementioned doubles performances helped Estancia avenge a 10-8 first-round loss to Calvary.
Estancia (8-7, 5-3 in league) can clinch second place outright with a victory at Costa Mesa Thursday. The Eagles topped the Mustangs, 11-7, in the first round.
Sage Hill 15, Crean Lutheran South 3
SANTA ANA — Ava Soleimany and Oivia Simon swept at love at No. 1 doubles for the Lightning in the Academy League match Tuesday.
Casey Astorino, playing one set with Abby Wesley and two sets with Rian Billinglesy at No. 2 doubles also swept without losing a game. Devyn Billingsley, playing two sets with Cali Goldberg and one set with Lauren Hsu, swept, dropping just one game for Sage Hill (11-5, 6-1 in league), ranked No. 5 in the CIF Southern Section Division III coaches' poll.
The Lightning will play host to No. 4-ranked St. Margaret's Friday at the Tennis Club Newport Beach.
Newport Harbor 16, Los Alamitos 2
NEWPORT BEACH — Lauren Conway swept at No. 3 singles, 6-0, 6-3, 6-0, for the Sailors in the Sunset League match Tuesday.
Ricki Archie and Christina Young, who are undefeated in league, won twice at No. 1 doubles before being substituted out, as did No. 2 singles player Natalie Cernius for Newport Harbor (15-2, 8-0 in league), ranked No. 2 in CIF Southern Section Division II.