TJ’s No. 1 singles player Nancy Cabanas prepares to serve at Tuesday’s match. Olivia Sullivan/staff photo

TJ’s No. 1 singles player Nancy Cabanas prepares to serve at Tuesday’s match. Olivia Sullivan/staff photo

Thomas Jefferson girls tennis celebrates 20th consecutive league victory

TJ won 5-0 against Federal Way on Tuesday.

Thomas Jefferson girls tennis team celebrated their 20th league victory after a 5-0 win over Federal Way on Tuesday.

With the victory, TJ sits in first place at the top of the NPSL with a 10-0 season record.

This win was the 20th consecutive league victory for the Raiders over the past two seasons, said Thomas Jefferson girls tennis head coach Andrew Buchan.

Scores:

TJ’s Nancy Cabanas defeated Federal Way’s Jillian Chong 6-0, 6-0.

TJ’s Gjianni White defeated Federal Way’s Lacey Pieper 6-3, 6-3.

TJ’s Ally Peterson and Mia Rosa defeated Federal Way’s Itzel Hernandez and Lani Veiosko 6-0, 6-0;

TJ’s Kelly Dillard and Grace Lim defeated Federal Way’s Monica Roman and Estell Beyer 6-4, 6-1.

TJ’s Tiffany Tran and Margaret Steward defeated Federal Way’s Lara Miniaci and Tamara Saeturn 6-1, 6-1.


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TJ’S Ally Peterson. Olivia Sullivan/staff photo

TJ’S Ally Peterson. Olivia Sullivan/staff photo

TJHS No. 1 doubles partners Ally Peterson, left, and Mia Rosa high-five after a score. Olivia Sullivan/staff photo

TJHS No. 1 doubles partners Ally Peterson, left, and Mia Rosa high-five after a score. Olivia Sullivan/staff photo

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