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Varsity tennis defeats Milken High School 18-0, remains undefeated in league

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The varsity tennis team poses after a game at Santa Monica High School (SAMO).  The team has won all of their league matches so far.

The varsity tennis team poses after a game at Santa Monica High School (SAMO). The team has won all of their league matches so far.

Photo credit: Jennifer Berman and Paula Feigenbaum

Photo credit: Jennifer Berman and Paula Feigenbaum

The varsity tennis team poses after a game at Santa Monica High School (SAMO). The team has won all of their league matches so far.

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On Monday, October 15, the varsity tennis team beat Milken School 18-0, resulting in yet another win for the team in league.  So far, the team remains undefeated.

All players won all three of their matches. Though conditions were windy, captain Zoe Woolf ’19 said the team was able to adapt.

We adjusted to the weather knowing that if the wind is blowing to the right, we had to hit more towards the left in order to stay within the court and boundaries,” she said. 

On Tuesday, October 23, varsity tennis will face Buckley at Balboa Park.

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Allie Worchell, Multimedia Editor

Allie Worchell joined The Oracle writing staff in 2017.  This year she is excited to be a member of the editorial board as the Multimedia Editor.  In school she is on the Peer Support team as well as the co-president of Human Rights Watch Student Task Force.  Out of school, she is a volunteer at Teen Line through Cedar Sinai Hospital.  In her free time, she loves reading, traveling and spending time with friends.

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