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The 2023 St. Augustine Varsity Tennis team had another season for the record books. The team won a second consecutive Western League Conference title for the first time in over 30 years. The Saints compiled a perfect 10-0 league record with 2 wins each over La Jolla, Cathedral Catholic, Scripps Ranch, Patrick Henry, and Coronado. Combined with 6 wins outside of the conference, the Saints had an undefeated 16-0 regular season. This earned them the #5 seed in the CIF Open Division playoffs.

Mr. Timothy Golden, Head Tennis Coach

Team captain Luke Abrom (’24) paired with Javier Guillot (’25) to win the Western League doubles title and finished with a season record of 38-0 together and a berth in the CIF individual tournament. Jacques Allende (’25) and Pedro Martinez (’26) teamed up to reach the semifinals of the Western League tournament and qualified for the CIF doubles tournament as well.

In singles, Sebastian Careaga (’24) led the way with a 28-3 record at the top of the lineup. Freshman Mattie Gosling (’26) followed him with a 41-10 record. Both qualified and played in the CIF individual tournament in May.

Senior captains Luke Abrom and Alan Gamiz led a senior heavy roster in 2024 as they look for a Western League title three-peat!

St. Augustine High School Tennis

The St. Augustine varsity boys’ tennis program maintains a focus on lofty goals, whether it is wins over quality opponents or a significant postseason presence. We have a rich tradition of conducting a competitive tennis program that has produced local, regional, national, and international tennis champions over the last seventy-five years. The Saints program is committed to nurturing the development of ranked tournament-level players as well as beginning and novice players who progress steadily over a four-year period. Saintsmen have won numerous local, Southern California, and national championships. Chief among them are Franklin Johnson, Carlos Carriedo, Walter Redondo, and Noah Zamora. Johnson in the 1950s won the national boys doubles and later became an All-American at UCLA and president of the United States Tennis Association. Carriedo, Saints Class of 1965, won national boys hardcourt titles and was a finalist in doubles at the National Boys Championships in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Redondo, a 1976 Saints alumnus, won many national singles and doubles titles, including the National Boys 16 Championships and represented the United States at the Junior Wimbledon Championships. In 2021, Noah Zamora became the first Saints player since Ignacio Martinez in 1990 to win the San Diego CIF Individual Championship. He is currently a starter at UC Irvine.


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