Women’s tennis made their mark on the court


Seth Corter

Serena Brudnik, senior, as she plays a practice match with other players.

Jocelyn Castaneda, Reporter

The women’s tennis varsity team started off the season with two wins against Rosary Academy and Godinez High School. This season also consisted of Lady Aztecs thriving to be the best they can be.

The varsity team is 6-11-2 overall this season. Esperanza beat Godinez, Villa Park, and El Modena with a final score of 15-3. Two of the six wins were both against El Modena High  School, a school in the same league, and the final score was 15-3 both times. The varsity team has a 2-7-1 overall in the North Hills League.

Freshman Kruthika Sharma on the varsity team stated, “I thought the season was pretty good. I wasn’t there last year, but apparently, we did better than last year. Our biggest accomplishment is winning more games in general.”

“I love how everyone was really nice and accepting even though I was a freshman and new to the team. I was happy with the atmosphere. Everybody supports each other and this is good for building a strong team,” later added Sharma.

Sophomore Shreya Krishna, captain of the women’s tennis junior varsity team, stated, “The season went really well! All the girls are so sweet, and together they work great. Each one of them has a different personality, and it makes it all the more special. Everyone put their hard work and time into the season, and we all had fun! I would say the biggest accomplishment of the season would be that we all grew closer. I learned so much about my other teammates that I never knew!”