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Area Boys Tennis: Gobblers compete in Section 7-1A

The Aitkin Gobblers competed in the Section 7-1A Individual Tournament Wednesday, May 24.

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VIRGINIA โ€” The Aitkin Gobblers season concluded Wednesday, May 24, during the Section 7-1A Individual Tournament.

Noland Nordberg and Josh Kukowski both fell in the opening round of the singles bracket.

The doubles team of Blaise Sanford and Zander Peterson received a first-round bye before falling to a Hibbing team in the next round.

Singles

First round: Van Schmickle (Duluth Marshall) def. Noland Nordberg (Aitkin) 6-1, 6-0; Christian Dickson (Hibbing) def. Josh Kukowski (Aitkin) 6-1, 6-0

Doubles

First round: Blaise Sanford-Zander Peterson (Aitkin) bye; Ethan Doty-Max Sundquist (Cloquet) def. Josh Stanley-Wyatt Crowther (Aitkin) 6-0, 6-1

Quarterfinals: Isaiah Hildenbrand-Jack Gabardi (Hibbing) def. Sanford-Peterson 6-1, 6-3

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