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The Tartans picked up a league win on the road Tuesday.
St. Margaret's boys tennis team downed The Webb Schools 13-5 on Tuesday to improve to 6-3 (5-1 league).
Jack Hanna led the Tartans with a three-set sweep (6-0, 6-0, 6-0), while the doubles teams of Cole Roberts/Charles Ihara and Daniel Cai/Kevin Chou both won all three sets they played.
"The team is playing better and better each match. We are competing well and executing the game plan. It should be an exciting next few weeks as we finish the regular season and prepare for the playoffs," said head coach Scott Lipsky. "I am looking forward to seeing how far this team can go."
The Tartans return to the court Wednesday, March 30, to face Dana Hills High School at Saddleback College.
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