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September 27, 1988 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD, Times Staff Writer
Jenny Marques made an auspicious debut as a freshman for the Laguna Hills High School girls' tennis team. She had a 63-5 record in her round-robin sets, was the Hawks' No. 1 singles player and helped the team to a 19-1 record. As a sophomore, Marques again won more than 60 sets and led Laguna Hills to the Southern Section 3-A championship match, which the Hawks lost to San Marino. And so far during her junior season, little has changed.
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November 30, 1989 | HEATHER SMALLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jenny Marques, No. 1 tennis player at Laguna Hills High School, is worried. After missing most of the preseason with stress fractures in both legs, she was undefeated in Pacific Coast League play and carries her 30-3 record into today's Southern Section round-of-16 match against Jennifer Wall of Arcadia. But Marques has never made it past the Southern Section preliminaries, and her legs have been hurting of late. At last weekend's National Indoor Championship in Overland Park, Kan.
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November 30, 1989 | HEATHER SMALLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jenny Marques, No. 1 tennis player at Laguna Hills High School, is worried. After missing most of the preseason with stress fractures in both legs, she was undefeated in Pacific Coast League play and carries her 30-3 record into today's Southern Section round-of-16 match against Jennifer Wall of Arcadia. But Marques has never made it past the Southern Section preliminaries, and her legs have been hurting of late. At last weekend's National Indoor Championship in Overland Park, Kan.
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September 27, 1988 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD, Times Staff Writer
Jenny Marques made an auspicious debut as a freshman for the Laguna Hills High School girls' tennis team. She had a 63-5 record in her round-robin sets, was the Hawks' No. 1 singles player and helped the team to a 19-1 record. As a sophomore, Marques again won more than 60 sets and led Laguna Hills to the Southern Section 3-A championship match, which the Hawks lost to San Marino. And so far during her junior season, little has changed.
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January 10, 1988
Keri Thebus of Newport Beach, the top seed in her division, advanced to the girls' 16-and-under singles final of the third annual Los Caballeros Junior Tennis Championships, defeating Jenny Marques of Laguna Hills Saturday, 6-0, 6-1. The final of the junior open tournament, held at the Los Caballeros Sports Village in Fountain Valley, will begin today at 9 a.m.
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October 22, 1987
Sophomore Jenny Marques, the top-ranked player on the Laguna Hills High School girls' tennis team, won all her sets to lead the Hawks to a 13-5 victory over Laguna Beach Wednesday in a Pacific Coast League match at Laguna Hills. Marques is 42-3 this season for Laguna Hills, which has won all 15 matches this season and is ranked third in the Southern Section 3-A Division. Laguna Hills leads the league with a 7-0 record.
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November 19, 1987 | CHRIS FOSTER
Roxy Protasovicki won three singles matches in leading San Marino High School to a 13-5 victory over Laguna Hills in the girls' 3-A team finals at the Nellie Gail Tennis Club in Laguna Hills. It was the Titans' third straight title and their fifth in the last six. The victory also extended their winning streak to 73 matches. The Titans dominated doubles play, winning 8 of 9 matches. Protasovicki, however, offset the Hawks' strength in singles.
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October 31, 1989
The Laguna Hills High School girls' tennis team remained unbeaten in Pacific Coast League play by defeating visiting Orange, 16-2, Monday. Sharon Oh and Suzie Kim won their doubles sets, 6-1, 6-1, 6-0, to remain undefeated in league play. The Hawks (11-6 overall, 10-0 in league play) swept the singles matches, thanks to Jenny Marques (6-0, 6-1, 6-0), Brook Fleming (6-0, 6-0, 6-0) and Noriko Hopkins (6-0, 6-1, 6-3).
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November 13, 1988
Foothill High School's doubles team of Karen Falconer and Shayne Hemsley won 3 sets, 6-3, 7-5, 6-4, to help Foothill to a 10-8 upset of fourth-seeded Dana Hills in a second-round 3-A tennis playoff match Saturday at Foothill. Foothill advances to the quarterfinals Tuesday. In another 3-A second-round match: Laguna Hills 13, Riverside Poly 5--Laguna Hills No.
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December 1, 1989 | DENNIS KAISER
Page Bartelt of Capistrano Valley High School is in an unenviable position. Her task today is to beat Keri Phebus of Corona del Mar, the top-ranked 16-year-old division player in Southern California. Phebus, who happens to be Bartelt's best friend, has never lost to Bartelt. When the sophomores face each other today, they will be playing for a spot in the finals of the Southern Section individual tennis championships.
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November 17, 1987 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD, Times Staff Writer
The way Jack Hodges figures it, the Laguna Hills High School girls' tennis team has only one edge on San Marino, the Hawks' opponent in the 3-A team tennis final at 1:30 today at Claremont Tennis Club. Hodges gives San Marino the advantage in talent and experience. And with good reason. The Titans are the two-time defending 3-A champions and have won four of the last five titles. They also have 69 straight victories. "If we have an edge it's an element of surprise," Hodges said.
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November 8, 1988 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD
The Valencia High School girls' tennis team won the 2-A division last season, dropped down a division this season and wound up seeded second in the 1-A playoffs pairings, which were announced Monday. Valencia (14-6), the Orange League champion this season, plays host to Glenn (11-6) Thursday. Should Valencia make a repeat appearance at the Claremont Club in the final--scheduled Nov. 22 for all divisions--it could face undefeated Corona (19-0).
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