Muradoglu, Crescenta Valley girls' tennis roll past Glendale

GLENDALE — Already able to speak three languages, Melissa Rosa Muradoglu is ready to meet her next challenge.

The sophomore Crescenta Valley High girls’ tennis player is the team’s No. 1 singles player after previously playing tennis in France and Turkey.

Muradoglu turned in an impressive effort Thursday, winning all three of her sets, to help visiting Crescenta Valley record a 16-2 Pacific League win against Glendale.

Muradoglu, who speaks English, French and Turkish, lost just one game to aid the Falcons (5-1, 4-1 in league).

“I’ve gotten a lot of experience having played the last nine years,” said Muradoglu, who was born in La Crescenta and played tennis last...

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