Area Boys Tennis: Gobblers top Hilltoppers

Aitkin faced Duluth Marshall.

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DULUTH — Neither Jamison St. Clair nor Ben Harris dropped a game in their singles matches to help the Aitkin Gobblers to a 6-1 victory over Duluth Marshall Friday, May 13.

St. Clair’s win came at No. 1 singles while Harris’ came at No. 2. Josh Stanley and Joey Harmon were also singles winners for the Gobblers.

Aitkin 6, Duluth Marshall 1

SinglesNo. 1: Jamison St. Clair (A) def. Jay Kim 6-0, 6-0

No. 2: Ben Harris (A) def. Daniel Pueringer 6-0, 6-0

No. 3: Josh Stanley (A) def. Barrett Grim 6-1, 6-2

No. 4: Joey Harmon (A) def. Liam Perry-spears 6-4, 6-1


No. 1: Johnny Jelatis-Landon Wheeler (DM) def. Blaise Sanford-Zander Peterson 6-3, 7-5

No. 2: Joey Haasken-Wyatt Crowther (A) def. Ben Flaig-Zach Shingler 6-0, 6-2

No. 3: Josh Kukowski-Noland Nordberg (A) def. Lenny Jennings-Chris Nelson 6-4,l 6-1

Overall: A 3-10. Next: Aitkin vs. Cloquet in Section 7-1A Team tournament 4 p.m. Tuesday, May 17.

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