Del Sol Boys Varsity Tennis

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Dragons Tennis is Proud of Their 2019 Season

The DSA tennis team worked hard this season to show Del Sol Academy exactly what they’re made of. With great focus and determination, they did just that—and DSA is proud. The girl’s tennis team had a remarkable season, going 9-5 and finishing Top 5 in the state with their season-ending loss to the State Champions,

Playoffs End for DSA Tennis

The DSA tennis team battled in the first round of individual playoffs today at the Darling Tennis Center. Unfortunately, no Dragons advanced to the second round. Today, KatieRae Patriquin won a round, CharLeyanse Howard won a round Taylor Oezer and Sydney Taylor won a round, Alissa Reifer and Elizabeth Gutierrez won a round. For the boys,

Lady Dragons Tennis Loses to The Meadows in Semifinals, Patriquin Shines

The DSA girl’s tennis team faced The Meadows on the road today and suffered a 1-11 loss. However, although DSA lost, one player made a name for herself. KatieRae Patriquin had a win in the books, and it wasn’t just any win. She defeated one of the top 10 players in the state. Great job,

DSA Tennis Achieves Victory in First Round of Tourney

The DSA girl’s tennis team hosted the first round of the Region Tournament today at home and walked off the court with a 11-3 win. KatieRae Partiquin went 3-0. Melissa Burnett and Sarah Timpa went 3-0 and Sydney Taylor and Taylor Oezer went 3-0. The team’s next match is Wednesday, October 16 at 3:00 p.m.

DSA Tennis Battles Hard for Senior Night

Dragons tennis worked hard on their home court today as they battled Sunrise Mountain for senior night. The boys lost 8-10 and the girls won 16-2. Jacob Chairsell and LaVerk Hodges went 3-0 in doubles today for boys, and KatieRae Patriquin and Brooklyn McCloud each went 3-0 in singles. The team didn’t lose a set

DSA Tennis Loses to Moapa Valley

The boy’s and girl’s tennis teams battled Moapa Valley at home to make up for the match on October 4, which was the match that was cancelled due to multiple school fights on campus. Unfortunately, DSA fell to Moapa when the boys lost 6-12 and the girls lost 7-11. For the boys, Josue Pasaye went