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    CV/USTA Team Tennis League, Fall, 2013

    CV/USTA Team Tennis League, Fall, 2013

    Castro Valley Junior Team Tennis League


CV/USTA Team Tennis League - Winter, 2014

CV/USTA Team Tennis League – Winter, 2014

Newsflash!  Summer, 2014, CV/USTA  Team- Non-Traveling Team Begins June 22, 2014.  Registration open by May 1, 2014.  I’m working on a Wednesday (boys only), Thursday (girls only) and Friday afternoon (co-ed) traveling yellow ball teams.  Let me know if you are interested.


USTA Junior Team Tennis League is on fire in Castro Valley!  The CV Junior Tennis League (CVJTL) is a non-traveling team experience for girls and boys, age 9-17.   USTA Junior Team Tennis is a national youth tennis league played in all 50 states. It’s not about the individual. USTA Junior Team Tennis is all about building your game while building a team.

Kids get together to play singles, doubles, and mixed doubles against other teams. It promotes values you would expect from any sport by fostering a spirit of cooperation, unity and individual self-growth. Also, it’s a fun environment for kids where they learn that succeeding is really more about how you play the game – win or lose.

Each season, we divide the players into teams.  Every week the player scores points for themselves and for their team.  At the end of the season, the winning team receives a medal, as well as the high point scorer and the most improved player.

The eight week Spring, 2014, season began on Sunday, March 2, from 3:00 – 4:30. The $90 registration fee includes eight weeks of league play (or $7.50 per hour), a USTA Team Tennis T-Shirt, wristband, certificates, awards and other USTA goodies.  If you aren’t a current USTA member, the fee is an additional $20 for the annual membership.

For more detailed information, visit,  register online at or e-mail me at


Spring 2014 Team

Team results as of 4/13/14:

The A Team (Dinis, Emma, Tommy, Marissa, Samantha) = 253 points

Lightning Balls (Yannik, Tania, Nick, Rebecca, Karina) = 235 points

Da Boss (Ben, Tobias, Lauren, Lindsey, Levina. Joyen) = 291 points

Nothing But Skill (Alex, Avinash, Corina, Prisha, Alisha) = 192 points

Way to go!


Congratulations to the Winter, 2014 Teams

Winners: Flaming Tennis Balls = Ben T., Corina, Milo, Todd D., Regina, Lindsey

2nd place: The Aces = Todd N., Thel, Sammie, Dinis, Nick, Lauren

3rd place: Racquet Rebels: Yannik, Scott, Tobias, Emma, Siya, Seth

4th place: Blackjacks Thomas, Ben B., Spenser, Rowan, Jamie, Ruchi



Congratulations to the Fall, 2013 teams:

1st Place/Green Racquets = 306 (Austin, Alex, Tania, Siya and Ben)

2nd Place/Green Fire =  268 (Yannik, Spenser, Ruchi, Rachel and Tejas)

3rd place/Pizza Pies = 251 (Ajay, Tobias, Monav, Rhea and Sammie)

4th place/Blue Dragons = 222 (Regina, Scott, Hayate, Advik and Marina)

High point winners = Tobias Taylor and Ruchi Kamboj

Most improved = Siya Kamboj and Ben Tsang


Summer, 2013, CV Junior Team Tennis League

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Congratulations on a terrific season:

High point winner = Austin Ralleta with 69 points (Suzi’s group), and Stephanie Toy with 54 points (Kevin’s group)

Most improved players = Regina Salcido and Ruchi Kamboj

Final Summer, 2013, Team Standings:

1st place = 239 points, The Wolverines = Austin, Spenser, Regina, Allyson, Stephanie, 

2nd place – 219 points, Joe’s Tacos = Yannik, Ajay, Ruchi, Camryn, Tobias

3rd place – 173 points, The Blue Racquets = Preetish, Riley, Siya, Silas, Mason


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Spring, 2013 Standings

Congratulations to Blue Skies (Team Blue) –

the winner of the Spring Castro Valley Junior Team Tennis League with 221 team points!

Congratulations also to Ethan Kwong, high point winner for the season,

and Lorus Liang and Stephanie Toy for Most Improved Players!

Spring, 2013, Roster:

Magical Cows (Zac Deigert, Sean Pletcher, Curtis Werning, Aaron Lin, Lorus Liang, Jennifer Toy, Rohan John)

Fast aces (Brandon Choy, Regina Salcido, Austin Ralleta, Spenser Lin-Jones, Caden Liang, Stephanie Toy, Baker  Hasty)

California Cows (Victoria Vitton, Yannik Eckart, Jordan Turco, Ethan Huang, Beckman Hart, Siya Kamboj. Will Akita, Dudley Hasty)

Blue Skies (Ethan Kwong, Erin Watson, Erika Mattison, Ajay Ralleta, Scott Coleman, Hagan Kwong, Ruchi Kamboj, Colin Young)


Castro Valley Junior Team Tennis League is for players of all levels ages 9 and older

For information, contact Suzi Mills at or

or at 510-881-5840


Spring, 2012 League Highlights:

May 13: Mother’s Day Tournanent

1st place (in age group) = Samar & Nemita, Emma & George, Yannik & Mike

2nd place  – Beckman & Lilli, Michael & Jamie, Miranda & Lori

May 6 – Purple Tennis Balls d. The Blue Bees

April 29 – The Tennis Winners d. Doggie Ping-Pong

April 22 – The Shamrocks d. The Zebras

March 4 – The Awesome Possums and The Brotherhood d. Ninja Assassination and Nike Knights

April 29, 2012 – Castro Valley Junior Tennis league welcomes Lisa Dodson, creator of the Total Serve, who gave us a lesson on serving.

 With tennis racquets, balls and courts that are sized right, and play that is appropriate, kids build confidence, improve their skills and stay active.  Players participate at their level against opponents of similar skills.  The emphasis is placed on:

  • Participation
  • Effort
  • Sportsmanship

This low key competition is organized in a format to allow children to play again and again, whether they win or lose.  Matches are short in duration, players are grouped by ability and game modifications allow each child to experience success.  The kids play multiple matches both with and against a variety of players; serving, rally and scoring over a net.


Please contact Suzi Mills at (510) 881-5840 or at for information about the Castro Valley Junior Tennis League.


HIGHLIGHTS from 2011:

11/13/11 Doubles Tournament – Congratulations to the players who participated in the doubles tournament for ages 7-8: Eddie Bakovic, Miranda Becquet, Caitlyn Cu, Mikella Diegert, Ava Eagan, Emma Fogle, Beckman Hart, Kyla Metchette and Pater Tanaka. 

 Congratulations also to the players in the (9-14) doubles tournament – Sandya Andrews, Grace Boyd, Yannik Eckart, Christopher Ma, Jordan Turco, Ian Thompson and Philip Vakoula

11/6/11 Singles Tournament – Congratulations to Kyla Metchette (1st place), Beckman Hart (2nd place) and Miranda Becquet (3rd place) in their age group.  Congratulations to Caitlyn Cu (1st place), Mikella Deigert (2nd place) and Izel Hui  (3rd place)  in their age group.


The Fall, 2011 team members:  Kean Antonio, Eddy Bakovic, Miranda Becquet, Caitlyn Cu, Mikella Deigert, Ava Eagan, Emma Fogle, Beckman Hart, Izel Hui, Hannah Pilgrim, Peter Tanaka, Allyson Young, Sandhya Andrews, Kaela Antonio, Rucha Acholkar, Grace Boyd, Sammy Discher, Yannik Eckart, Noah Iles, Ethan Lee, Christoper Ma, Blake Knudsen, Ian Thompson, Jordan Turco, Philip Vakoula, Colin Young


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