No. 1 for the Eagles, Judy Hsu, No. 2 Ashmi Ullal and No. 3 Bianca Bonilla all finished with 6-0 wins over the Vikings' Stephanie Sharp and Cyndi Bringle.
Southwest then used substitutes to play Holtville's No. 3 Jane Mathis. The Eagles' Jennifer Eyre beat Mathis 6-1, Melissa Peterson downed Mathis 6-2 and Shelly Dutt blanked her 6-0.
In doubles action, Southwest's No. 1 team of Monnett De La Torre and Kim Slovak beat Holtville's No. 1 pair of Katie Strahm and Courtney Ward 6-0 and got past No. 2 Jamie Larson and Denisse Beltran and No. 3 Melissa Vizcarva and Cristina Castro both 6-1.
Breezy Boniface and Kristina Estrada, No. 2 for the Eagles, beat Strahm/Ward 6-1, Larson/Beltran 6-2 and Vizcarva/Castro 6-0.
Southwest's No. 3 duo of Karelisa Jones and Becky Leone downed Strahm/Ward 6-3 and Larson/Beltran 6-0.
Rounding things out for the Eagles were the substitute team of Rebekah Myung and Michelle Melendez, who lost 2-6 to Vizcarva/Castro.
Added Piniero: "Part of what makes it really worthwhile is that the girls know the most important thing is not really winning, but rather just having fun. Winning just comes as a benefit."
Brawley 16, Calexico 2
CALEXICO — The Brawley Union High tennis team wrapped up second place in the Imperial Valley League with a 16-2 win over Calexico High here Wednesday.
Brawley finishes the IVL season with a 7-3 record.
The Wildcats got three wins each from all three of their doubles teams led by No. 1 Stephanie Dominguez and Ashley Abubo, No. 2 Debbie Ibarra and Betty Lou Espitia, No. 3 Jenna Rebik and Brooke Ruth and the substitute team of Sara Hernandez and Sara Fernandez.
In singles action, No. 2 Shehla Admani and Kendra Caffarrella both earned three wins for Brawley and No. 1 Erika Herrera earned one win.