San Luis Obispo High came a few doubles points shy of overcoming CIF-Southern Section Division 2 foe San Marcos in a 12-6 home girls tennis loss Friday.
Led by Lili Voisinet’s two 6-0, 6-0 set wins, the Division 3 Tigers took five of nine singles points, but only Christy Hack and Darla Berkefeld were able to take a set in doubles.
Back-to-back defending PAC 7 champion Abigail Will came back from injury to play two sets for a 6-1 win and a narrow 7-6 (7-5) loss.
According to Tigers’ coach Gary Etheredge, the Tigers were ahead in five additional sets late in the match but couldn’t close them out for the win.
Still, according to Etheredge, coming close against such a quality opponent was cause for praise.
“I was really pleased with our effort, I thought we played really well against a quality opponent,” he said.
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Arroyo Grande improved to 10-3 with a 13-2 win over Moorpark.
Nick Chapman scored three goals as seven different Eagles scored.
Arroyo Grande goalie John Kullman added five saves.
The Eagles will play PAC 7 rival Paso Robles in one of their matches today.
Austin McCall scored five goals to help Paso Robles edge Mount Whitney 8-7.
The Bearcats (5-6) also got a goal apiece from Spencer Silva, Zane Harvey and Chris Vinson.
Tyler Dukes had seven saves for the Bearcats.
Nipomo fell to Newbury Park 10-6.
Cole Holloway scored two goals to lead the Titans (6-4), and Kirk Willinius had nine blocks.