Girls’ tennis team follows through with another winning season Girls’ tennis team follows through with another winning season
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The 2012 Point Loma High girls’ tennis team enjoyed another winning season with an overall record of 9-8 and 8-3 in Eastern League play. Shown are, front row, from left: team manager John Martinez, Taylor Phillips, Rochelle Mooney, Breanna Gabriel, Halea Holasek, Marin Magers, Emily Schabarum, Miranda Barfield and coach Mark Truver. Back row, from left: Alexa Rowland, Marlee Horwitz, Nikki DeNamur, Kalina Nelson, Zoe Klein, Sydney Ganem, Kate Schabarum.                                                                                Courtesy photo by Susan Cooper Photography
The 2012 Point Loma High girls’ tennis team enjoyed another winning season with an overall record of 9-8 and 8-3 in Eastern League play. Shown are, front row, from left: team manager John Martinez, Taylor Phillips, Rochelle Mooney, Breanna Gabriel, Halea Holasek, Marin Magers, Emily Schabarum, Miranda Barfield and coach Mark Truver. Back row, from left: Alexa Rowland, Marlee Horwitz, Nikki DeNamur, Kalina Nelson, Zoe Klein, Sydney Ganem, Kate Schabarum. Courtesy photo by Susan Cooper Photography
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The Point Loma High School lady Pointers tennis team has concluded another successful season on its home courts of Peninsula Tennis Club at Robb Field.

The team finished in third place in the Eastern League behind undefeated Patrick Henry and second place Mira Mesa, compiling an 8-3 league mark.

The team’s overall record was 9-8.

In both league and CIF playoffs, tennis includes both individual and team events.

In Eastern League individual play, Pointer freshman Emily Schabarum won the singles consolation round in fifth place.

Junior Kate Schabarum, who is in her second year of CIF play, teamed with sophomore Halea Holasek to win the league doubles consolation in fifth place.

In early CIF team action, the girls were seeded sixth and were rewarded with a long road trip to play Brawley Union High. They advanced with a win over the Wildcats.

Their reward was playing Cathedral Catholic’s recruited squad, which ended the PLHS team’s season in a second-round meeting.

In CIF individual play, Emily Schabarum won her first-round match before a 10-8 loss in the third set tiebreaker of her second-round match.

The Schabarum-Holasek doubles team won its first-round match before a straight-set loss in the second round to a determined San Dieguito Academy duo.

Team coach Mark Truver announced the following team awards:

Most Valuable Player: Emily Schabarum

Pointer Pride Award: Rochelle Mooney

Most Inspirational Award: Holasek

Pointer Team Award: Co-Captain Sydney Ganem

Most Improved Player: Marin Magers

Four-Years-A Pointer Award: Captain Alexa Rowland

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