Boys Tennis off to a Rough Start


Junior Justin Hee serves in a home game against the San Mateo Bearcats.

Hubert Chen, Senior Reporter

Boys tennis is off to a slow start this season, with four losses against San Mateo (0-7), Carlmont (0-7), Aragon (0-7), Menlo Atherton (0-7), and one win against Woodside High School (4-3).

“It’s been a rough season so far, we’ve been rained out of a lot of matches, and lost most of the rest,” sophomore Wesley Larlarb said. “This is partly because we lost several high-ranking seniors last year.”

Despite the loss of several experienced members, the team hopes to push through the rest of the season.

“Tennis is a punishing game though, which means a slightly higher skill player can often win by a wide margin,” Larlarb said. “By just fine tuning our game a little, I hope we can get some more wins by the end of the season.”

The Panthers hope to recover from their slow start in their next game, which will be at home against Hillsdale on Monday, March 25.