in the division.
Each player won the same number of matches, but Gromet was able to
claim the top spot by winning 14 games, overall.
Ahmed, meanwhile, won 13 total games and finished in second-place.
Third-place went to Alison Azera and Alexandra Rieckhoff finished
12-and-under standings: 1. Alex Gromet; 2. Fareed Ahmed; 3. Alison
Azera; 4. Alexandra Rieckhoff.
Teague Hamilton rose to the top of the division standings by
winning every match he played.
Benito Romeo won five of his six matches to place second and
Davidson came in third with a 4-2 record.
Beau Heussenstamm finished in fourth-place.
10-and-under standings: 1. Teague Hamilton; 2. Benito Romeo; 3.
Taylor Davidson; 4. Beau Heussenstamm.
The next Challenger series tournament will be held Sunday, April
Tournament entry forms are available at the City of Laguna Beach
Recreation Department or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In other city tennis news, the 47th annual city of Laguna Beach
Tennis Tournament will be played the weekends of May 15 to 16 and May 22 to 23.
Tournament action will take place in mens, , singles, doubles and
mixed, 3.5 through Open divisions.
Player entry forms currently are being taken and registration will
close on April 30.
Entry forms are available at the city of Laguna Beach Recreation
Department, at email@example.com, or by phone at (949)
Laguna still No. 2 in volleyball poll
The first three spots in the CIF-Southern Section Division II
boys' volleyball poll remained status quo, with Laguna Beach coming
in at No. 2.
The Breakers are ranked one spot in front of Pacific Coast League
rival Corona del Mar, and trail, once again, top-ranked Valencia of
A third Pacific Coast League team, Northwood, was ranked fifth.
The Division II rankings: 1. Valencia/Valencia; 2. Laguna Beach;
3. Corona del Mar; 4. Santa Ynez; 5. Northwood; 6. San Luis Obispo;
6. Arcadia; 7. Dos Pueblos; 8. Santa Barbara; 9. Ventura; 10T. San
Marcos and Highland.