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Area Girls Tennis: Pequot prevails again

PARK RAPIDS - Pequot Lakes repeated as Mid-State Conference champions Saturday and secured five individual titles. All four Patriot singles players won their divisions and the No. 3 doubles team of Alexis Lueck-Erin Bengtson finished 2-0 for its ...

PARK RAPIDS - Pequot Lakes repeated as Mid-State Conference champions Saturday and secured five individual titles.

All four Patriot singles players won their divisions and the No. 3 doubles team of Alexis Lueck-Erin Bengtson finished 2-0 for its title. Pequot's No. 2 doubles team of Alex Stone-Alyssa Golden finished second.

The two individual titles Pequot didn't claim went to the Staples-Motley Cardinals, who finished second as a team.

The doubles teams of Lauren Nelson-Lexi Johnson at No. 1 and Claire Wolhowe-Katie Benson at No. 2 went undefeated for the top spots.

Wadena-Deer Creek finished fifth and Crosby-Ironton seventh.

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Team scores: 1-Pequot Lakes 38, 2-Staples-Motley 30, 3-Park Rapids 28, 4-Perham 19, 5-Wadena-Deer Creek 12, 6-Detroit Lakes 11, 7-Crosby-Ironton 9

Singles

No. 1: 1-Haley Wiebolt (PL) 3-0, 6-Ashley Smith (SM), 7-Whitney Haukos (CI)

No. 2: 1-Sydney Holt (PL) 2-0, 3-Kelsi Peterson (SM), 7-Shelain Lewis (CI)

No. 3: 1-Alex Nelson (PL) 2-0, 3-Shania Holst (SM), 6-Kyja Lindahl (CI)

No. 4: 1-Lauren Bengtson (PL) 2-0, 3-Quinn Uhlman (SM), 5-Kalina Spalj (CI)

Doubles

No. 1: 1-Lauren Nelson-Lexi Johnson (SM), 3-Aby Froidcoeur-Emilie Froidcoeur (CI)

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, 4-Mallory Goerges-Cassidi Herrlich (PL) 0-2

No. 2: 1-Claire Wolhowe-Katie Benson (SM), 2-Alex Stone-Alyssa Golden (PL) 2-1, 5-Sage Stangel-Madeline Kertzmann (CI)

No. 3: 1-Alexis Lueck-Erin Bengtson 2-0, 2-Kelsie Weite-Tatum Williams (SM), 6-Katelyn Norwood-Hillary Holmvig (CI)

Next: Crosby-Ironton, Wadena-Deer Creek at Staples-Motley Triangular 4 p.m. Tuesday; Pequot Lakes at Crosby-Ironton 4:30 p.m. Thursday.

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