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High School Roundup: Marina girls’ tennis edges Fountain Valley in Wave League match

Mika Ikemori, shown playing in 2019, swept in singles Tuesday for the Marina High girls' tennis team.
(Kevin Chang / Staff Photographer)

Mika Ikemori swept in singles as the Marina High girls’ tennis team earned a 10-8 win over Fountain Valley in a Wave League match Tuesday at Fountain Valley High.

Sabrina Huynh and Kayla Cheng swept at No. 1 doubles for the Vikings, who improved to 8-10 overall, and 1-1 in league.

Katelyn Nguyen won twice in singles for Fountain Valley (4-9, 0-2), while Iris Chau and Rene Do won twice in doubles.

Fountain Valley plays at Laguna Beach on Thursday, while Marina plays at Edison.

Newport Harbor 10, Los Alamitos 8: Haley Dodman swept in singles for the Sailors in Tuesday’s Surf League match at Los Alamitos High.

Newport Harbor (6-7, 1-1 in league) hosts rival Corona del Mar on Thursday.

GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

Laguna Beach 3, Los Alamitos 0: Sophia Reavis had 14 kills and eight digs to lead the host Breakers past the Griffins 25-12, 25-12, 25-16 Tuesday in a Surf League match.

Natalia Hagopian had 22 assists, 13 digs, eight kills and seven service aces for the Breakers.

Laguna Beach (15-15, 3-3) forged a tie with Los Alamitos (16-17, 3-3) for second place, which accounts for the final automatic bid in the Surf League.

Pacifica Christian Orange County 3, Newport Christian 1: Emma Blaze had four kills and three blocks to lead the Tritons to a 25-19, 25-14, 14-25, 25-9 win on Tuesday in an Academy League match at home.

Rebecca Penjoyan had seven kills, and Elle Steffens added five kills for Pacifica Christian (15-9, 5-2).

Costa Mesa 3, Estancia 0: Lorelei Hobbis had 21 kills and four blocks for the Mustangs, who swept the rival Eagles 25-23, 25-17, 25-14 on Monday in an Orange Coast League match on the road.

Lucero Islas added 10 kills and 14 digs, and Abby Johnson contributed six kills, four service aces and four digs.

GIRLS’ GOLF

Costa Mesa 216, Katella 272: Sydney Ngo was the medalist for the visiting Mustangs with a one-over-par score of 30 on Monday in an Orange Coast League match.

Costa Mesa coach Marlon Liotta said that Ngo went unbeaten as the medalist in all of the Mustangs’ matches for the second consecutive year.

Costa Mesa finished the regular season at 9-3 overall and in league.

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