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Brahmas win conference title in doubles

After no tournament play for two consecutive seasons, Tennis comes back to win the Western State Conference West doubles title.

Gavin Dail and Darvel Lossangoye are the WSC Doubles Champions, defeating Priyank Soni and Adrien Etiemble of Ventura College, 7-6 (7-5), 4-6, 15-13.

Gavin Dail lost in the semifinals for the WSC Singles title to Ventura College’s Solal Cherqui.

Although Gavin Dail did not win the singles title, he still advanced to the Ojai State Tournament alongside teammates Lossangoye and Siraj Dail.

Doubles teams Gavin Dail and Lossangoye and Siraj Dail and Daniel Garcia also advance to Ojai.

The state tournament starts with the Men’s California Community College Team Championship on Wednesday, April 25 at the Pierpont Racquet Club in Ventura, Calif.

The tournament ends on Sunday, April 29 with the Men’s Doubles Semifinals at 8 a.m., men’s singles finals at 11 a.m. and the men’s doubles finals at 2 p.m.

Randi Lovehttp://randilovephotos.com
Reporter Spring 2016, Sports Editor Fall 2016, News Editor and Photographer Spring 2017, Photo Editor Fall 2017, EIC Spring 2018

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