Girls tennis second team, honorable mention

The Fresno BeeDecember 30, 2011 



School: Clovis North

Grade: Junior

She's qualified because: Helped lead Clovis North to its second straight Central Section Division II championship, earning point at No. 1 singles in 7-2 win over Sanger. All-Tri-River Athletic Conference pick went 19-16 overall.


School: Clovis West

Grade: Senior

She's qualified because: Helped Golden Eagles place second in Central Section Division I tournament, and teamed with Tayler Piearcy to reach semifinals of individual doubles tourney. Was 12-4 in singles, 13-9 in doubles.


School: Immanuel

Grade: Junior

t She's qualified because: Key contributor to three Central Section Division IV title-winning teams. Her 17-6 (singles) and 22-3 (doubles) records included Central Sequoia League doubles title and spot in round of 16 at section individual tournament.


School: Clovis

Grade: Junior

She's qualified because: Reached the singles quarterfinals of the Central Section individual tournament as the No. 13 seed, capping a season in which she went 12-11 (singles) and 13-4 (doubles). Placed third in Tri-River Athletic Conference singles tourney.


School: Redwood

Grade: Junior

She's qualified because: Reached the round of 16 in the Central Section individual singles tournament to cap a season in which she went 26-3 overall. Captured the West Yosemite League and Visalia Invitational singles titles.


School: Buchanan

Grade: Senior

She's qualified because: No. 3 player for Division I semifinalists went 20-6 in singles and 8-4 in doubles. Reached round of 16 as the 10th seed in Central Section individual singles tourney. Tri-River Athletic Conference singles runner-up.


Nicole Bouvia, Central Valley Christian

Annie Erickson, Liberty-Madera Ranchos

Katie Lacy, Sanger

Olivia Luchini, Memorial

Amy Vang, McLane

Jackie Vasquez, Clovis North

Electa Wright, Monache

Mai Kor Xiong, Clovis East

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