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Ten area players in 3A semifinals

REDWOOD FALLS -- Only Redwood Valley has an entrant left in both singles and doubles after the first day of the Section 3A individual tournament Monday.

REDWOOD FALLS -- Only Redwood Valley has an entrant left in both singles and doubles after the first day of the Section 3A individual tournament Monday.

The Cardinals have Sam Boushek in singles and the duo of Ana Johnson and Alissa Mattison in doubles. Boushek will face Madeline Gail of Lac qui Parle Valley/Dawson-Boyd in the semifinals. The other semifinal match pits Sara Kalenberg of Litchfield against Jill Hagestuen of Benson.

The doubles semifinals, Johnson-Mattison will face Sam Gacke and Alyssa Klein of Luverne while Paula Beckermann-Alyssa Wachter of New London-Spicer and Christine Condon-Amanda Bonnema meet in the other match.

The tournament concludes Thursday starting at 9 a.m. at Gustavus Adolphus in St. Peter. The top two finishers advance to the Class A State Tournament, which is Oct. 28 and 29 at the Nicollet Tennis Club in Minneapolis.

Late Friday

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Minnewaska 7, Osakis 0

Minnewaska improved to 13-4 by winning every match in straight sets. Alexa Lagred at 4-singles had the only tiebreaker in the dual, beating Britta Thornbloom 7-6 (7-4), 6-1.

Singles

(1) Heather Blair, Min, def. Ashley Christopherson 6-1, 6-2 (2) Kasike Rust, Min, def. Lisa Hilde 6-4, 6-4 (3) Dielle Meisner, Min, def. Rachale Grundman 6-3, 6-1(4) Alexa Lagred, Min, def. Britta Thornbloom 7-6 (7-4), 6-1

Doubles

(1) Amber Jackson-Britta Johnson, Min, def. Deanna Waldvogel-Eve Ryan 6-2, 6-2 (2) Alicia Pfeninger-Erika Olson, Min, def. Amanda McCaughan-Whitney Blair 6-3, 6-0 (3) Kayla McIver-Lacey Iverson, Min, def. Kelsey Giesler-Lili Nomeland 6-4, 7-5

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