Tennis – Boys

Boys’ tennis has been a consistent contender in league play for many years and our tennis program has advanced to CIF playoffs every year for at least the last thirteen years. The tennis teams and individual players have been considered contenders in league play and CIF competition for many seasons. Players have competed on the university or college level, and several former Mustangs are currently teaching pros at major racquet clubs throughout Southern California.

The Mira Costa boys’ tennis team plays about twenty matches during the season. There are two levels of tennis for boys, varsity (around twelve players) and junior varsity (twelve to fifteen players). A challenge ladder is one of the things used to determine position slots for players. Most players will participate in each match.

The boys’ tennis program stresses improving skills, learning to handle competition, and enjoying a life-long sport.

Tryouts are held during the first or second week in December. Exact dates are to be announced. Players should check the Daily Bulletin or the Mira Costa website for more info.

Boys Tennis clinic on January 20th!

Girls and boys 3rd-8th grade are invited to a high energy tennis clinic hosted by the Mira Costa Boys Tennis Team and the coaching staff on Monday January 20th from 9am-2pm at the Mira Costa Tennis Courts on the corner of Meadows & Artesia. The clinic will focus on the…
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Boys Tennis Tryouts coming up in December!

Boys tennis tryouts will be held at the Mira Costa tennis courts from 3-5:30pm, during the following dates: New Players: 12/2-12/5 Returning players: 12/3-5 Possibly 12/6, if needed.

Boys Tennis team’s amazing season comes to an end!

Wednesday, 5/22/19 CIF Boys Individual Tennis Championships @ Seal Beach Tennis Center Round of 16 and Quarterfinals Kyle Sillman (MC) advanced to the Quarterfinals by defeating Griffin Wolfe of San Clemente High School 6-2 and 6-2.  Unfortunately, in the Quarterfinals, Kyle lost to Brett Brinkman of Chaminade, the #1 seed,…
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