La Jolla High’s Lady Vikings varsity tennis ends successful season

La Jolla High School Girls Varsity Tennis: Front: Chloe Kuo, Whitney Francis, Leah Stern, Creekstar Allan and Emily Kuo. Back: Taylor Mohrhardt, Colleen Mellinger, Kaitlin Wheeler, Kathleen Steel, Sydney Moses, Kylee Hum, Audrey Oates and Lisa Shih. Courtesy Photo

The La Jolla High girl’s varsity tennis team’s record of 17-6 for the season placed them No. 1 in the Western League.

They were seated second place in Division 3 for team CIFs and made it to the third round where they narrowly lost, 8-10, to The Bishop’s School.

The varsity team has not lost a Western league match in four seasons, a 40 league match-winning streak!

Of the season, Coach Lisa Shih said, “I was fortunate yet again to have a great group. Although we came up short this season, there is no other team our there I would rather coach than those 13 girls.”

Colleen Mellinger and Taylor Mohrdardt made it to the CIF Individual Doubles Finals.

Related posts:

  1. La Jolla High girls’ sports season opens on a high note
  2. The Bishop’s School tennis player Kelly Shaffer of La Jolla is in top form for CIF Championships
  3. ‘One Shot at a Time’ : La Jolla junior golfer competes in state championship
  4. No. 6-ranked La Jolla boys water polo edges No. 2-ranked Bishop’s
  5. La Jolla High girls water polo rallies past Cathedral Catholic High

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