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Worthington girls tennis eliminated in section tournament

The Trojans qualified for the sectional on Monday after defeating New Ulm 4-3 on Monday, but the next step was too much to make.

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PRIOR LAKE — Prior Lake defeated Worthington High School 7-0 in the first round of the Section 2AA girls tennis tournament on Tuesday. The Trojans qualified for the sectional on Monday after defeating New Ulm 4-3 on Monday, but the next step was too much to make.

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Here are the results from Tuesday:

Singles:

  • No. 1 - Tianna Houske, Prior Lake, def. Ivy Jenson 6-0 , 6-1.
  • No. 2 - Alyssa Lam, Prior Lake, def. Brooke Nordseth 6-1 , 6-0.
  • No. 3 - Chloe Soundara, Prior Lake, def. Taya Oberloh 6-0 , 6-0.
  • No. 4 - Shelby Gambucci, Prior Lake, def. Makayla Phoungphet 6-0 , 6-0.

Doubles:

  • No. 1 - Rose Netz and Olivia Newman, Prior Lake, def. Riley Nickel and Taylor Nordseth, 6-0 , 6-0.
  • No. 2 - Emily Eisma and Madalyn Mische, Prior Lake, def. Bryn Donkersloot and Sadie Nickel 6-0 , 6-0.
  • No. 3 - Tory Cvancara and Haven Fisher, Prior Lake, def. Taylor Michelson and Gabby Martinez Perez 6-0 , 6-1.
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