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Prep Tennis Roundup: Litchfield Dragons go 3-0 at their own triangular

Litchfield beats New London-Spicer, Montevideo and Pine City on Wednesday.

LITCHFIELD— The Litchfield boys tennis team won three matches by a combined score of 20-1 Wednesday in a quadrangular in which it was the host.

Litchfield beat New London-Spicer and Montevideo by identical 7-0 scores and knocked off Pine City 6-1.

Pine City No. 1 singles player Parker Sell scored the only point against the Dragons, edging Litchfield’s Alex Draeger 7-6 (3), 6-3.

New London-Spicer went 1-2, beating Montevideo 7-0 and losing to Pine City 5-2.

Montevideo went 0-3.

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Litchfield Triangular

Team scores

Litchfield 7, New London-Spicer 0
NLS 7, Montevideo 0
Pine City 5, NLS 2
Litchfield 6, Pine City 1
Litchfield 7, Montevideo 0

How Litchfield fared

Singles
(1) Alex Draeger 1-1, Tyson Michels 1-0 (2) Mason Woelfel 2-0, Braden Olson 2-0 (3) Blake Aller 1-0, Garrison Jackman 2-0 (4) Blake Aller 2-0, Brady Cannon 1-0
Doubles
(1) Tyson Michels/Braeden Olson 2-0, Alex Draeger/Mason Woelfel 1-0 (2) Max Ceasar/Tyler Pennertz 3-0 (3) Aiden Nelson/Nathan Wuotila 2-0, Brady Cannon/Creighton Huhner 1-0

How NLS fared

Singles
(1) Diego Rojas 1-2 (2) Kenny Schmiesing 2-1 (3) Kyle Denz 1-2 (4) Logan Larson 2-1
Doubles
(1) Jack/Barney/Dylan Mueller 1-2 (2) Jack Noeldner/Ethan Spots 1-2 (3) Adam Klaphake/Josh Soto 1-2

How Montevideo fared

Singles
(1) Tyson Quigley 0-3 (2) Andrew Soden 0-3 (3) Joey Foss 0-3 (4) Evan Buckingham 0-3
Doubles
(1) Lucas Hoium/Bergen Pederson 0-3 (2) Connor Hagen/Sam Ostendorf 0-3 (3) Ben Unzen/Kyle Canatsey 0-3
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