Tennis team honors seniors, defeats Pinewood

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Tennis team honors seniors, defeats Pinewood

The team lines up with letters taped to their backs that spell out “KAISHANT BEAST MODE FOREVER” to honor the two seniors. 	“Our two seniors have been just massive on the team, just massive supporters and great players. They definitely know how to conduct themselves on and off the court,” assistant coach Mike Nguyen said. “[This is] the culmination of their high school experience and its just one of those crucial times where they transition to college.”

The team lines up with letters taped to their backs that spell out “KAISHANT BEAST MODE FOREVER” to honor the two seniors. “Our two seniors have been just massive on the team, just massive supporters and great players. They definitely know how to conduct themselves on and off the court,” assistant coach Mike Nguyen said. “[This is] the culmination of their high school experience and its just one of those crucial times where they transition to college.”

Anna Vazhaeparambil

The team lines up with letters taped to their backs that spell out “KAISHANT BEAST MODE FOREVER” to honor the two seniors. “Our two seniors have been just massive on the team, just massive supporters and great players. They definitely know how to conduct themselves on and off the court,” assistant coach Mike Nguyen said. “[This is] the culmination of their high school experience and its just one of those crucial times where they transition to college.”

Anna Vazhaeparambil

Anna Vazhaeparambil

The team lines up with letters taped to their backs that spell out “KAISHANT BEAST MODE FOREVER” to honor the two seniors. “Our two seniors have been just massive on the team, just massive supporters and great players. They definitely know how to conduct themselves on and off the court,” assistant coach Mike Nguyen said. “[This is] the culmination of their high school experience and its just one of those crucial times where they transition to college.”

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The varsity tennis team celebrated its senior night on Wednesday, April 17, celebrating seniors Kai Franz and Nishant Ravi and winning 4-3 against Pinewood at home.

Before the matches began, the team lined up with letters taped to their backs that spelled out “KAISHANT BEAST MODE FOREVER” to honor the two seniors.

“Our two seniors have been just massive on the team, just massive supporters and great players. They definitely know how to conduct themselves on and off the court,” assistant coach Mike Nguyen said. “[This is] the culmination of their high school experience and its just one of those crucial times where they transition to college.”

After the Eagles wrapped up the 4-3 victory, which brought their overall record to 10-1, the team held a short ceremony honoring the seniors. Coaches and players gave speeches talking about and thanking the two seniors.

“This really means a lot to us because they’re such cool guys. They’re really good tennis players too and they’re just nice people overall. It’s really a celebration of them going off to college which is a huge step in their life and we’re just sending them off,” junior varsity player William Chien (9) said.

The seniors also gave a short speech, after which the team and spectators enjoyed pizza.

“It’s nice in terms of team spirit. Lots of our teammates came out and did a lot of stuff and took their time to come so that was really nice of them to do. It’s a great sport, its fun to be on the team,” Nishant said.

The varsity tennis team next competes at Menlo on Monday, who previously handed the Eagles their sole defeat of the season. The West Bay Athletic League (WBAL) individual tournament will also be held next week, and Central Coast Section (CCS) playoffs will begin the week after.