Carlmont falters in CCS

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The Carlmont men’s tennis team had its season come to an end on May 4. The Scots traveled all the way to Pebble Beach to face Stevenson School in the second round of the Central Coast Sectionals.

Carlmont, which was excused after third period, had a long journey to face the stout boarding school. The Scots could not prevail and fell to Stevenson (12-6). This marks the end of a very impressive season for the Scots.

Carlmont won its first round in CCS, beating Los Gatos (10-8). Going into CCS, Carlmont was coming off a PAL tournament championship and finished second in the league.

“It’s a bummer that our season ended this way, we all battled hard but we just came up a little short,” commented sophomore Theo Fedronic about the season coming too an end.

The Scots finished their season second in the PAL league standings, carrying a record of (10-3).

The Scots will look to build on this season and remain optimistic as they return many critical players. Top junior Corey Pang returns for his senior season, the six foot five Pang dominated much of the season as number one singles spot for Carlmont. The Scots also return their top doubles tandem, Byron Wu returns for his senior season and Ben Knoot is only going to be a junior.