Area Girls Tennis: Boller, Patriots keep rolling

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PEQUOT LAKES -- Courtney Boller improved to 16-0 for the season and the Pequot Lakes Patriots quickly dispatched the Glencoe-Silver Lakes Panthers 7-0 in a non-conference match Friday, Sept. 6.

The Patriots lost only two games in the match as they defeated all their opponents in straight sets. They improved to 15-1 for the season.

Megan Muller is 11-1 and Morgan Lueck is 14-2 in singles play. Madeline Sherman and Afton Crocker are 14-2 as a doubles team.

Pequot Lakes 7, Glencoe-Silver Lake 0
No. 1: Megan Muller def. Taylor Hatlestad 6-0, 6-0
No. 2: Courtney Boller def. Tatyanna Tkachenko 6-0, 6-0
No. 3: Madeline Pluimer def. Leah Nemec 6-0, 6-0
No. 4: Morgan Lueck def. Britt Richter 6-0, 6-1
No. 1: Alexa Fyle-Elli Saxerud def. Emma Malz-Ella Malz 6-0, 6-0
No. 2: Madeline Sherman-Afton Crocker def. Katelyn Lenke-Courtney Hatlestad 6-0, 6-1
No. 3: Quinn Trottier-Kelbee Lampi def. Lauren Terlinden-Jenna Trippel 6-0, 6-0
Overall: PL 15-1. Next: Pequot Lakes at Brainerd Invite 9 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 7.

S-M wins 2

STAPLES -- Seventh-grader Corrine Olson and Kenzie Erickson, eighth grade, recorded their first varsity win at No. 3 doubles for the Staples-Motley Cardinals, who swept a pair of non-conference matches Friday, Sept. 6.

Staples-Motley defeated Roseau 6-1 and then switched its lineup around in a 7-0 win over Parkers Prairie. The Cards are 8-5 and have won four straight matches.


Going 2-0 on the day for S-M were Lauren Rutten, Jenna Dvorak, Rose Han, Allison Knossalla, Tasha Achermann and Haley Cichos.

Staples-Motley 6, Roseau 1
Staples-Motley 7, Parkers Prairie 0
No. 1: Jenna Dvorak 1-0, Lauren Rutten 1-0
No. 2: Rose Han 1-0, Jenna Dvorak 1-0
No. 3: Allison Knossalla 1-0, Rose Han 1-0
No. 4: Tasha Achermann 1-0, Allison Knossalla 1-0
No. 1: Lauren Rutten-Haley Cichos 1-0, Haley Cichos-Tasha Achermann 1-0
No. 2: Amy Rollins-Kate Smith 1-0, Georgia Kruchten-Keara Kern 1-0
No. 3: Kenzie Erickson-Corinne Olson 1-0, Kate Smith-Amy Rollins 0-1
Overall: SM 8-5. Next: Staples-Motley at Bemidji Quadrangular 10 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 10.

W-DC shutout twice

DETROIT LAKES -- The Wadena-Deer Creek Wolverines failed to win a match as they were swept 7-0 by Crookston and Detroit Lakes in a triangular Friday, Sept. 6.

Madison Packer pushed both of her matches to three sets at No. 1 singles before losing both tiebreakers 10-6.

Crookston 7, WDC 0
Detroit Lakes 7, WDC 0
No. 1: Madison Packer 0-2
No. 2: Corra Endres 0-2
No. 3: Libby Hartman 0-2
No. 4: Genevieve Pinnella 0-1, Kelly Muckala 0-1
No. 1: Kaylee Ova-Ashley Peterson 0-2
No. 2: Nevada Schulz-Katie Fiemeyer 0-2
No. 3: Kayla Meeks-Madelyn Gallant 0-2
Conference: WDC 0-2. Overall: WDC 2-6. Next: Wadena-Deer Creek hosts East Grand Forks, Parkers Prairie 1 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 12.
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