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Warriors win Moose tournament for sixth straight year

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Brainerd won two singles titles and three in doubles as the Warriors won their Moose Invitational for the sixth year in a row Saturday.

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Rosemary Hunter won the No. 3 singles title and Kristina Anderson was champion at No. 4 singles.

Megan Hintz-Sara Wennerstrand won the No. 1 doubles title, Morgan Steffen-Chloe Glassman were champions at No. 2 and Ashley Fitterer-Brooke Mimmack won the title at No. 3.

Pequot Lakes’ Haley Wiebolt was champion at No. 1 singles. The Patriots’ doubles teams of Ellie Heggerston-Carly Fyle and Ellie Erholtz-Lauren Bengtson were runners-up. All the other Patriots finished third.

“I was extremely pleased with our effort as a team,” Pequot coach Monica Sergent said. “To finish that well in a tournament like this, I was just really pleased to do this well. We hope to continue to improve.

“For Haley to finish first at No. 1 singles, that was quite an accomplishment. I’m very proud of her, I’m proud of all of them.”

Team scores: 1-Brainerd 25, 2-Pequot Lakes 22, 3-(tie) Roseau and Glencoe-Silver Lake 17

Brainerd Singles

No. 1: 3rd-Caitlin Steffen 3-1

No. 2: 4th-Natalie Comeau 3-1

No. 3: 1st-Rosemary Hunter 4-0

No. 4: 1st-Kristina Anderson 4-0

Brainerd Doubles

No. 1: 1st-Megan Hintz-Sara Wennerstrand 4-0

No. 2: 1st-Morgan Steffen-Chloe Glassman 4-0

No. 3: 1st-Ashley Fitterer-Brooke Mimmack 4-0

Next: Brainerd at Rocori 4:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Pequot Lakes Singles

No. 1: 1st-Haley Wiebolt 4-0

No. 2: 3rd-Jayden Lindner 3-1

No. 3: 3rd-Alex Nelson 3-1

No. 4: 3rd-Madison Galligan 3-1

Pequot Lakes Doubles

No. 1: 2nd-Ellie Heggerston-Carly Fyle 3-1

No. 2: 2nd-Ellie Erholtz-Lauren Bengtson 3-1

No. 3: 3rd-Erika Monson-Sydney Holt 3-1

Next: Aitkin at Pequot Lakes 4:30 p.m. Tuesday.

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