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Luverne bows out of state Class A state tennis tourney

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MINNEAPOLIS — The Luverne High School girls tennis team took on a pair of losses Tuesday at the Minnesota state Class A tournament at Reed-Sweatt Tennis Center in Minneapolis.
Providence Academy beat Luverne 7-0 in the quarterfinals, and Pine City defeated the Cardinals 7-0 in the consolation bracket.
In the first match, Luverne put out a lineup that consisted of Rayann Remme at first singles, Morgan Hadler at second singles, Augusta Papik at third singles and Caitlin Kindt at fourth singles, plus Katharine Kelm and Sarah Stegenga at first doubles, Cassie Chesley and Roselynn Hartshorn at second doubles, and Priscilla Muehr and Tori Hemme at third doubles.
In all the individual matches, Luverne was defeated in two sets.

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