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Jr Secs: Trophy Day at Los Caballeros on Monday

Here is today’s line-up for USTA Southern California Junior Sectionals at Los Caballeros Racquet and Sports Club:

Girls 18s: Taylor Johnson (1) vs. Kimberly Hance (5)
Boys 18s: Siem Woldeab (1) vs. Omni Kumar (5)

Girls 16s: Maxi Duncan (1) vs. Justine Dondonay (3)
Boys 16s: Timothy Li (1) vs. Takeyasu Sekiguchi (2)

Girls 14s: Calissa Dellabarca (1) vs. Amanda Perez (4)
Boys 14s: Marcus Sebastian (5) vs. Masato Perera (3)

Girls 12s: Carla Pacot (1) vs. Emily Deming (5)
Boys 12s: Steve Nguyen (1) vs. Tyler Li (9)

Girls 10s Final: Mikayla Hickman d. Julieta Pareja (7-6, 6-3)
Boys 10s Final: Rishvanth Krishna d. Alexander Basamakov (6-1, 6-2)

Matches begin at 10am. See the full schedule, brackets, and results here.

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