• Lady Titans Move Up, Moving On


    By Mitch Lehman
    TRIBUNE SPORTS EDITOR

    There is a good chance that San Marino High School girls’varsity tennis Coach Ron Machuca’s best days on the court are behind him,though it appears as if he could match backhands with the likes of Federer andNadal to this very day.

    It wassurprising, then, that Machuca looked as nails-to-the nubs nervous as he didTuesday afternoon as his Lady Titans took on MuriettaValley in the CIF Division IIquarterfinals at San Marino High School.

    For the complete story, read the San Marino Tribune printedition.

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