LCHS Wins 1st Boys’ League Tennis Title in 37 Years

Photos by Mitch Lehman / Outlook Valley Sun
La Cañada High School’s players gather shortly after defeating Temple City to win their first Rio Hondo League boys’ team tennis championship since 1984. Pictured above are (kneeling, from left) Dylan Lu, Aaron Magtoto, Konan Sahara, Mihir Sukhatme, Derek Ahn, Luke Kim and William He. Standing: Coach Will Moravec, Luke Manion, Jack Kim, Jack Manion, Ben Lee, Aditya Desai and Aidan Robinson. Not pictured: Anthony Hanna, Lance Morgan and Ryan Morgan.

The 37-year wait ended this past Thursday shortly after 5:30 p.m., the celebration of the moment rather underwhelming, especially when compared to the magnitude of the accomplishment.
For it was then that the La Cañada High School boys’ varsity tennis team defeated Temple City, 11-7, to secure the school’s first Rio Hondo League championship in that sport since 1984. That was the year when Ronald Reagan was president, Americans were mildly obsessed with a board game called Trivial Pursuit, Apple released something known as a personal computer and the world was grooving to music by a young Madonna.
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