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November 4, 2009 > Milpitas singles remain undefeated

Milpitas singles remain undefeated

By David J. Nicolas

Milpitas High School defeated Henry M. Gunn High School 4-3 in girls tennis action on October 27 and beat Mountain View High School 7-0 in its second match of the week. Milpitas singles players Katie Le, Vivian Nguyen, Christy Tain and Lina Ye are undefeated this season. The team moves to 13-1 overall.

Moreau Catholic High School lost to Castro Valley High School 6-1 in its first match of the week. Jana Lee, Moreau's number one singles player, was the only player to defeat her opponent. Lee beat Castro Valley's Allie Greaney in two sets, 6-1 and 7-6.

The Mariners did not finish their second match against San Lorenzo High School because of darkness. The score between Moreau's Delani Dumpit and Gaby Blanco and San Lorenzo's Maricela Gonzalez and Norma Canche remains tied at 3-3. Dumpit and Blanco lead the match 6-2. Moreau Catholic is 7-7 in the Hayward Area Athletic League.

Irvington High School won 6-1 against John F. Kennedy High School on October 28. Irvington's singles players looked strong as they defeated all of their competition. Irvington's Neetu Puranikmath beat Megan Delahoy, 6-4 and 6-4; Annie Lou (Irvington) won against Brenda Vilivong, 6-3 and 6-3; Lucia Wang (Irvington) was the winner against Cynthia Vu, 6-3 and 6-2; and Aparna Dhinakaran (Irvington) beat Tee Hoang, 6-0 and 6-0.

In other action, Washington High School defeated Irvington, 4-3; Irvington later beat Newark Memorial High School, 6-1, on October 30, improving to 7-5 in Mission Valley Athletic League play; and Washington beat Kennedy on October 29, upping its mark to 2-10 overall.

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