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April 6, 2000
PALOS VERDES - Peninsula High's undefeated Panthers maintained their reputation as the CIF Division I's No. 1 boys tennis team in convincing fashion Wednesday, shelling Corona del Mar, 15-3, at the Jack Kramer Tennis Club. Peter Kulmaticki and Michael Bean were the only CdM players who could walk away with a sense of accomplishment, teaming up to win two of three doubles sets. The Sea Kings, swept in singles, fell to 13-3 overall (15-5 including tournament play)
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March 12, 2002
ROLLING HILLS ESTATES - Corona del Mar High's boys tennis team remains unbeaten today as it prepares for Thursday's road engagement with highly regarded Brentwood following Monday's 11-7 nonleague victory at Peninsula High. The Sea Kings, who improved to 5-0 with the decision, were without Carsten Ball (injury) and Wesley Miller (flu) and found themselves calling on some figures within the depth of the talent pool. Freshman standout Nick Gingold came through with a big victory in No. 2 singles, taking a 7-6 victory with a 7-5 tiebreaker.
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | November 14, 2013
ROLLING HILLS ESTATES - Peninsula High girls' tennis coach Mike Hoeger wanted Wednesday afternoon's CIF Southern Section Division 1 semifinal match to move along as quickly as possible. As Hoeger explained during the team introductions, the tennis courts at Peninsula High don't have lights. When the sun goes down over the hill, it gets dark fast. "Do we want to go singles again?" Hoeger asked as he passed Corona del Mar's players near the end of the second round, ready to get everyone back on court.
NEWS
September 19, 2000
Tony Altobelli It's not the CIF Southern Section Division I playoffs, but it will have to do. The Corona del Mar High girls tennis team, unbeaten at 3-0 and ranked No. 1 in Orange County, take on the defending Division I champion Peninsula High today at 2 p.m. on the road. A CdM win today would take some of the sting off of last year's 13-5 loss to the Panthers in the Division I semifinals a year ago. A CdM win would also put a major sting on those who passed last year's sanction of not allowing lower-division schools to move up in the playoffs to face tougher competition.
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March 20, 2003
Bryce Alderton Stacking the doubles side of the boys tennis draw worked only so long for visiting Peninsula High against Corona del Mar. After capturing all three doubles sets in the first round of play, the Sea Kings (6-0 and ranked No. 1 by the Times) gave the Panthers a taste of their own medicine to post a 12-6 nonleague victory Wednesday at CdM High. Peninsula (7-1) came into the match ranked No. 7 by the Times, and initially, gave the Sea Kings some trouble on the doubles side.
NEWS
March 20, 2000
Richard Dunn NEWPORT BEACH - As soon as Peninsula High had the team championship wrapped up Saturday night, Panthers boys tennis coach Tom Cox couldn't help but start thinking about his girls in October. They, too, will play in the national invitational hosted by Corona del Mar. In the inaugural CdM/Pavilions National High School Boys Team Invitational, Peninsula turned it into an exhibition at the Palisades Tennis Club, whipping Menlo in the finals, 7-1, after winning five of six singles sets to clinch the match and make doubles a moot point.
SPORTS
September 28, 2006
SANTA ANA ? The Sage Hill School girls' tennis team beat Mater Dei, 11-7, at Mater Dei Wednesday, topping the Division I Monarchs for the second year in a row. The Lightning (9-0, 1-0 in league), currently the top-ranked team in CIF Southern Section Division IV, had Stephanie Langer and Sarah Geocaris sweep their singles sets and Jaclyn Smrecek and Alle Hsu did the same at No. 1 doubles. Sage Hill has an Academy League match at Fairmont Prep on Friday. Nonleague Sage Hill 11, Mater Dei 7 Singles -- Langer (SH)
NEWS
March 9, 2001
the top Richard Dunn NEWPORT BEACH - Defending national champion Peninsula High, as expected, was awarded the top seed Thursday in a national invitational hosted by Corona del Mar High's boys tennis team at the Palisades Tennis Club. The second annual CdM National High School All-American Invitational, created to more clearly identify the top teams in the country (public and private), will feature a dozen schools from California in the 16-team bracket.
NEWS
March 18, 2001
Tony Altobelli NEWPORT BEACH - The Peninsula High boys tennis team showed exactly why it is the No. 1 team in all the land following Saturday night's 7-2 win over host Corona del Mar in the championship match of the CdM National High School Boys Tennis All-American Team Invitational Saturday night at the Palisades Tennis Club. "We pulled out a couple of close sets and we fell short on a couple of close sets," CdM Coach Tim Mang said. "This was a great tournament, nonetheless.
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By Matt Szabo | November 14, 2013
ROLLING HILLS ESTATES - Peninsula High girls' tennis coach Mike Hoeger wanted Wednesday afternoon's CIF Southern Section Division 1 semifinal match to move along as quickly as possible. As Hoeger explained during the team introductions, the tennis courts at Peninsula High don't have lights. When the sun goes down over the hill, it gets dark fast. "Do we want to go singles again?" Hoeger asked as he passed Corona del Mar's players near the end of the second round, ready to get everyone back on court.
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By Matt Szabo | May 16, 2007
Corona del Mar High's No. 2 doubles team had all its shots working in the last match Tuesday at Peninsula High. The finished CdM players cheering for them on an adjacent court liked the effort they were showing against Peninsula's No. 1 team of Michael Aston and Jordan Rees. Rhodes and Pham won the match as a volley went long, tying the sets score in the CIF Southern Section Division I quarterfinal at 9-9. But, as the Sea Kings and Panthers players gathered on the court to count games, it became clear that the math wasn't on CdM's side.
SPORTS
September 28, 2006
SANTA ANA ? The Sage Hill School girls' tennis team beat Mater Dei, 11-7, at Mater Dei Wednesday, topping the Division I Monarchs for the second year in a row. The Lightning (9-0, 1-0 in league), currently the top-ranked team in CIF Southern Section Division IV, had Stephanie Langer and Sarah Geocaris sweep their singles sets and Jaclyn Smrecek and Alle Hsu did the same at No. 1 doubles. Sage Hill has an Academy League match at Fairmont Prep on Friday. Nonleague Sage Hill 11, Mater Dei 7 Singles -- Langer (SH)
NEWS
March 20, 2003
Bryce Alderton Stacking the doubles side of the boys tennis draw worked only so long for visiting Peninsula High against Corona del Mar. After capturing all three doubles sets in the first round of play, the Sea Kings (6-0 and ranked No. 1 by the Times) gave the Panthers a taste of their own medicine to post a 12-6 nonleague victory Wednesday at CdM High. Peninsula (7-1) came into the match ranked No. 7 by the Times, and initially, gave the Sea Kings some trouble on the doubles side.
NEWS
October 13, 2002
Bryce Alderton Seems no matter where Nina Vaughan goes success is sure to follow. After the 22-year-old Corona del Mar High product put a cap on her high school career with her third individual Sea View League title helping her teammates go 22-1 and defeat No. 2-seeded Peninsula High in the 1997 CIF Southern Section Division I championship, Vaughan headed for the nation's midsection to play tennis and study ...
NEWS
October 2, 2002
Steve Virgen Coach Andy Stewart's encouraging words to senior Taylynn Snyder not only was a motto for the No. 2 tennis player, but for the entire Corona del Mar High girls tennis team, which reacted with vigor Tuesday in a nonleague matchup of tennis powers at Peninsula High. "Take it to her," Stewart told Snyder during her second set victory, a win over Peninsula's No. 3 Alex Jurewitz. Snyder recorded three victories, the first being the most pivotal that brought momentum for the Sea Kings who won seven singles and three doubles sets to win, 10-8, over the Panthers (3-1)
NEWS
March 12, 2002
ROLLING HILLS ESTATES - Corona del Mar High's boys tennis team remains unbeaten today as it prepares for Thursday's road engagement with highly regarded Brentwood following Monday's 11-7 nonleague victory at Peninsula High. The Sea Kings, who improved to 5-0 with the decision, were without Carsten Ball (injury) and Wesley Miller (flu) and found themselves calling on some figures within the depth of the talent pool. Freshman standout Nick Gingold came through with a big victory in No. 2 singles, taking a 7-6 victory with a 7-5 tiebreaker.
NEWS
September 26, 2001
Richard Dunn NEWPORT BEACH - Despite a losing result Tuesday against perennial CIF Southern Section Division I power Peninsula High, Newport Harbor's girls tennis team had reason to celebrate a little. Coach Fletcher Olson's Sailors, ranked No. 3 in the CIF Division II preseason poll behind Palm Desert and Mater Dei, added standout Natalie Braverman to their roster. "We went to the CIF (Division III) finals last year (and lost to Palm Desert)
NEWS
March 18, 2001
Tony Altobelli NEWPORT BEACH - The Peninsula High boys tennis team showed exactly why it is the No. 1 team in all the land following Saturday night's 7-2 win over host Corona del Mar in the championship match of the CdM National High School Boys Tennis All-American Team Invitational Saturday night at the Palisades Tennis Club. "We pulled out a couple of close sets and we fell short on a couple of close sets," CdM Coach Tim Mang said. "This was a great tournament, nonetheless.
NEWS
March 17, 2001
Richard Dunn NEWPORT BEACH - Top-seeded Peninsula High and third-seeded host Corona del Mar breezed through the first round and quarterfinals Friday in the second annual CdM National High School Boys Tennis All-American Team Invitational. But not all the top teams survived a grueling opening day to advance to today's semifinals. Fourth-seeded Brentwood was upset in the quarterfinals by Clovis West of Fresno and highly regarded Beverly Hills was dropped in the first round by Monta Vista of Cupertino.
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