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Southern Section Tennis Roundup

May 28, 1999

Harvard-Westlake 13, Sunny Hills 5--Andrew Rosenfeld swept three opponents for the Wolverines in the other Division II semifinal at Harvard-Westlake.

Kamyar Daneshvar and Andy Jacobi swept in doubles for the Wolverines (20-3).

Westlake 14, San Marcos 4--Doubles victories by Albert Kim and Alan Kim, and Matt Pardee and Aaron Bert sparked the Warriors' Division III semifinal victory at San Marcos.

The Kim brothers won their first match 7-6 (7-1), while Pardee and Bert recorded a 6-4 victory to propel Westlake to a 5-1 lead after the first round.

Erik Jenson and Alex Yaftali each swept three singles matches, and Mike Horak and Billy Corso swept three doubles sets for the Warriors (22-1), who will play Beverly Hills for the championship Tuesday.

Beverly Hills 12, Agoura 6--Junior Amir Nejad took two of three sets at No. 1 singles and sophomore Tim Mullane took two of three sets at No. 2 singles for the Chargers (15-5) in a Division III semifinal loss at Agoura.

Pasadena Poly 11, Campbell Hall 7--Nick Nadjarian and Shaunt Vanerian, playing doubles, managed the only three-set sweep for the Vikings, who lost a Division V semifinal match at Valley College.

Adam Zunder (59-4), most valuable player in the Delphic League, won two of three singles matches for Campbell Hall (16-6).

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