The Santa Barbara High doubles team of Mattea Kilstofte (top)  and Madison Hale advanced to the CIF semifinals.

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The Santa Barbara High doubles team of Mattea Kilstofte (top) and Madison Hale advanced to the CIF semifinals.

Athletes of the Week

Dons Mattea Kilstofte, Madison Hale, and Charger Jonathan Coronado

The Santa Barbara High tennis doubles team of Mattea Kilstofte and Madison Hale and Dos Pueblos wrestler Jonathan Coronado were honored as the Athletes of the Week on Monday.

Kilstofte and Hale won two matches to advance to the semifinals of the CIF Individual Girls Tennis Tournament in Seal Beach. It’s the furthest a Dons doubles team has advanced since 1997.

Jonathan Coronado, DP wrestling
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Jonathan Coronado, DP wrestling

Coronado overcame deficits in the quarterfinals, semifinals, and final bout to take the 170-pound division title at the Pete Duca Invitational at Pioneer Valley High. His victory helped the Chargers capture the team title, their first tournament championship in more than five years.

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