The Spring 2014 Southern California Northwest League of USTA Team Tennis gets started this weekend with several teams from Santa Clarita participating.
SCV Tennis Aces has three teams of eight players each competing in the 10-week series that will have matches played at Braemar Country Club and Riviera Country Club.
In the past season that concluded in December, teams from SCV Tennis Aces took first place in the Northwest League’s 10-U Novice, fourth in 12-U Intermediates and second in 14-U Intermediates.
Ten-year-old Grace Alcedo headlines the 10-U bunch. The Valencia resident is ranked 36th in Southern California. Arriana Laolagi, 10, is ranked 206th and Enzo Marasigan, 11, is ranked 426th.
Matches are played on Sundays during the 10-week season with players competing in 20-28 matches during the season.
SCV Tennis Aces began in 2011 with the goal of not only teaching kids the game of tennis but also feeding them into the United States Tennis Association’s regional development program. The club’s goal is to prepare kids for high school tennis and help promising players claim one of the 126,000 available tennis scholarships offered by colleges and universities.
For more information on SCV Tennis Aces, go online at www.scvtennisaces.com.
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