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New USTA Junior Team Tennis Orange Ball Team Joins the Program!

The SCTA’s TGA Premier Tennis after school enrichment program in the San Fernando Valley is fielding its first USTA Junior Team Tennis team this spring! Seven students from three TGA schools are part of the Orange Ball Level 1 team playing matches in the San Fernando Valley/West LA flight.

Opponents include Henry the Sports Bug (Studio City), Braemar Country Club (Tarzana) and Bel Air Country Club. The TGA Orange Ball Tigers look forward to advancing through Youth Progression to green ball play in the near future!

For more information about USTA Junior Team Tennis in the San Fernando Valley/Santa Clarita Valley/West LA and TGA Premier Tennis/SFV, visit:

For more information about USTA Youth Progression, visit:
www.Socaljuniortennis.com

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