VACAVILLE — The Armijo High girls tennis team won four matches in singles and two in doubles for a 6-3 win over Vacaville that clinched the Indians’ third straight Monticello Empire League title and fifth in the last seven years, Thursday.
“Great play by all the girls today,” Armijo coach Greg Davis said. “We are very proud of our performance not only today, but yesterday against a very fine Rodriguez team.”
The Indians (12-0, 12-0 MEL) got singles victories from Regan Corley, Kathleen Bolholst, Linh Nguyen and Jasmine Yasir, as well as the doubles teams of Jaimi Garlington and Stephanie Weber, and Anna Cardoso and Angelica Balolong.
Vacaville’s victories came from Julie DePonte and Megan Ruche in singles, and the duo of Miranda Lewis and Alyssa Hansen in doubles.
The Indians are at Napa on Monday, while Vacaville is at Rodriguez.
Benicia 7, Vanden 1: At Benicia, the Vikings (11-3, 10-3) gave Solano County Athletic Conference champion Panthers a battle despite missing No. 1 singles player Kiwi McDaniel.
Vanden’s lone win was by Danielle Cruz and Breanna Thomas at No. 2 doubles, though nearly every other match was hotly contested.
“I thought my girls played great today, to be honest with you,” Vanden coach Stan Lewis said, “especially with everybody moving up (on the ladder). They gave everything they could. Every match (but one) was close.”
The Vikings close the regular season next week by playing at Vallejo on Monday and by hosting Fairfield on Thursday.