Area Girls Tennis: Flyers win 2

Three area teams were in action Monday, Aug. 29.

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FOLEY — Little Falls’ Claire Kimman went 2-0 to help the Flyers defeat Crosby-Ironton and Foley by matching 5-2 scores Monday, Aug. 29.

Also finishing 2-0 for Little Falls were Elise Ballou at no. 4 singles, Jenna Athman-Hailey McDuffee at no. 2 doubles and Korrin Gwost-Natalie Greave at no. 3 doubles.

Crosby-Ironton fell 7-0 to FoleyTori Oehrlein at No. 1 singles and Margaret Silgen at No. 2 singles picked up the Rangers’ wins.

Foley 7, Crosby-Ironton 0

Little Falls 5, Crosby-Ironton 2


No. 1: Tori Oehrlein 1-1

No. 2: Margaret Silgen 1-1

No. 3: Brooke Johnson 0-2

No. 4:Monica Fleming 0-2


No. 1: Emma Silgen-Lucy Lewandowski 0-2

No. 2: Claire Severson-Mary Fleming 0-2

No. 3: Lilli Young-Maria Smith 0-2

Overall: CI 0-3. Next: Crosby-Ironton at Parkers Prairie Triangular 10 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 30.

Little Falls 5, Foley 2S

inglesNo. 1: Beth Ahlin 1-0, Tori Gottwaldt 0-1

No. 2: Gottwaldt 0-1, Julia Vetsch 0-1

No. 3: Claire Kimman 2-0

No. 4: Eisa Ballou 2-0


No. 1: Ashley Hagen-Julia Vetsch 1-0, Ahlin-Hagen 1-0

No. 2: Jenna Athman-Hailey McDuffee 2-0

No. 3: Korrin Gwost-Natalie Graeve 2-0

Conference: LF 0-1. Overall: LF 6-1. Next: Little Falls hosts Sauk Rapids 10 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 1.

Pequot Lakes goes 2-1

DULUTH — Payton Mudgett and Ellie Ouradnik both recorded three wins for the Pequot Lakes Patriots as they went 2-1 in Duluth Monday, Aug. 29.


The Patriots knocked off St. Anthony Village and Cloquet 7-0 before losing to Duluth East 4-3.

In doubles, the No. 1 team of Kelbee Lampi and Aubrey Wizcek went 3-0 as well.

Pequot Lakes 7, Cloquet 0

Duluth East 4, Pequot Lakes 3

Pequot Lakes 7, St. Anthony Village 0


No. 1: Allyson Yahn 2-1

No. 2: Payton Mudgett 3-0

No. 3: Ellie Ouradnik 3-0

No. 4: Emma Muller 2-1


No. 1: Kelbee Lampi-Aubrey Wizcek 3-0

No. 2: Eva Mumm-Kessa Eggert 2-1

No. 3: Carly Eggert-Nikki Crocker-Jenna Stoerzinger 2-1

Overall: PL 6-5. Next: Pequot Lakes at Park Rapids Triangular 9 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 30.

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