Boys tennis defeats Chaminade Preparatory High School in two consecutive matches

Amelia Scharff

The boys tennis team defeated Chaminade Preparatory High School in two consecutive matches on Wednesday and Thursday at home, advancing the squad’s Mission League record to 5-1. The Wolverines went 17-1 in the first match and 15-3 the day after, making the squad’s overall record 6-1 this season.

After having three straight wins to kick off the season, the squad lost to Loyola High School 10-8 on April 15. In the three matches after this loss, however, the Wolverines have gotten their momentum back by dominating their opponents.  

Last Spring, the 2019-2020 season got cut short due to COVID-19, so Andrew Reiter said he is thankful to be playing with his teammates again and is glad that the team was able to win two straight matches in a row against the Eagles.  

“It was a great experience for the team, and I think we all played well,” Reiter said.  “We are looking forward to our next match.”

The squad looks to continue its three-game win streak on the road at Notre Dame High School on April 27. 

Jordan Assil ’22 said that he is optimistic about the future of the season given how well the squad has been playing. 

“We were smart, smooth and surgical,” Assil said. “It was a good way to end the week. Everyone is very confident about the remainder of the season and CIF-SS playoffs.”