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BHS TENNIS AT A GLANCE
Head coach: Michael Pizzo, 23rd season
2007: 6-4 4A Kingco (fourth)
2008 to date: 3-1 league, 5-2 overall
Returning varsity: Five
Outlook: Bothell has started the season strong with just one loss to Woodinville, and is in good position to give itself a chance to improve on last years record. Pizzo hopes to get one singles player or doubles team to state, and thinks its an attainable goal.
Quote: This group of girls, I would love to coach for the rest of my time here, Pizzo said. They dont complain. The weather has been crazy. We stood outside for five, 5 1?2 hours, and they didnt complain one time. They work hard. They listen. They want to do stuff outside of practice, which is nice. Very teachable. Very coachable.
Sr. Erin Kuboshige: Three-year starter and second year as No. 1. Improved greatly during offseason, especially in mental side. Co-captain.
Sr. Brittni Adams: Talented No. 2 singles player.
Sr. Estee Kaskes: Co-captain leads off court and at No. 3 singles.
Jr. Christine Scullywest: Started season 7-0 in No. 4 singles. Been playing some No. 1 doubles, too.
Soph. Nicole Henderson: Started 7-0 in No. 6 singles as a sophomore. Beat Woodinville counterpart, 6-0, 6-0, for Cougars only singles wins against Falcons.
Soph. Isabelle Nguyen: Stepping in playing doubles as a sophomore.
Jr. Devin Porter: Doubles player, often No. 3 doubles with Nguyen.
April 15 at Redmond: Big match right out of gates when they get back from spring break, Mustangs are reigning Kingco champions, but lost to Inglemoor earlier this year.
April 17 vs. Inglemoor Northshore matches are always one to circle on the calendar, but both teams only have one loss and its to the same Woodinville team. Bragging rights at stake.