Marin Catholic’s top doubles team Carly Knopf and Olivia Olson held off Hawks Samantha Nichols and Juliette Lunder, 6-2, 3-6, 10-7, for the decisive victory as the Wildcats beat Tam 4- 3 Tuesday.
Marin Catholic swept away the competition in doubles and claimed a singles victory. Tam’s Gabriella Plonowski won comfortably at No. 1 singles.
Tam released the Nos. 2 and 3 singles matches in super tie-breaks with Larkin Petersen ahead of Elise Hohenrieder and Annabelle Halloran surviving Kate Block.
- Ana Fatjo, Hailey Hagan and Siena Michelson won at Nos. 2-4 singles, respectively, to lead Archie Williams to a 6-1 victory over Terra Linda on Tuesday. TL’s No One’s singles player En-Ya Zhang took the win and remains undefeated in the league this season before a possible showdown with undefeated No.1 Branson. 1, Anna Lardner, Thursday.
Brooke Leslie had nine kills and eight digs to lead Redwood to a 25-22, 25-22, 25-15 victory over Archie Williams on Wednesday.
Emma McDermott added eight kills, two blocks and two aces for the Giants (21-4, 6-1 MCAL). Katelyn McKnew had four kills and five blocks and Sophia Shaw had 16 digs.
The victory gave Redwood the indoor track for the No. 2 seed in the MCAL playoffs next week.
- Emily Greene had seven kills to lead Marin Catholic to a 25-8, 25-8, 25-11 win over Novato on Wednesday. Brooke Brilliant had six kills on nine swings for MC and Grace Hodges added five kills on nine swings.
- Branson swept San Marino in straight sets on Wednesday. No further information was available.
- Grace Badlam had 15 kills to help Marin Academy remain unbeaten in the league after a 25-4, 25-7, 25-19 win over Lick-Wilmerding on Tuesday. Julia Shipper had four kills and four blocks for MA while Amanda Johnson had 18 digs and four aces.
Redwood scored two goals from Maia Lewis in a 9-0 win over Berkeley on Wednesday. Seven other Giants – Samantha Haan, Gabby Levin, Eleanor Titcombe, Eliza Byck, Haley Rothbart, Chandi Sexton and Justine Finch – also scored for Redwood. Giants
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Novato beat Marin Catholic 16-7 on Tuesday night. No further details were available.