Girls' tennis: Southern Section wild-card results and updated pairings

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GIRLS' TENNIS PLAYOFFS

SOUTHERN SECTION

DIVISION 1

Wild-card matches, Tuesday

Mater Dei 17, Tesoro 1

Northwood 14, Newport Harbor 4

Marlborough 13, Calabasas 5

 

First round, Wednesday, 2 p.m.

Mater Dei at #1 Corona del Mar

Fountain Valley at Dos Pueblos

Dana Hills at Placentia Valencia

West Ranch...


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