Boys tennis roundup: Litchfield sweeps Fairmont

Prep boys tennis report for Friday, May 6, 2022, in west central Minnesota. Dragons win each match in straight sets

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LITCHFIELD — Litchfield won each point in straight sets to beat Fairmont on Friday.

The Dragons won five of their matches 6-0, 6-0.

Litchfield will host a triangular with Montevideo and Sartell at 12:30 p.m. Monday.

Litchfield 7, Fairmont 0

(1) Alex Draeger, L, def. Jack Hagen 6-0, 6-0 … (2) Mason Woelfel, L, def. Dominic Lund-May 6-0, 6-0 … (3) Garrison Jackman, L, def. Sebastian Castro 6-0, 6-0 … (4) Nathan Wuotila, L, won by forfeit
(1) Braeden Olson/Tyler Pennertz, L, def. Carter Quist/Noah Vetter, 6-0, 6-0 … (2) Brady Cannon/Eli Schacherer, L, def. Oliver Thedens/Wylee Frederiksen 6-0, 6-1 … (3) Josh Blomberg/Gray Nelson, L, def. Simone Castro/Anthony Stegge 6-0, 6-0

WCC Tournament

New London-Spicer’s Jack Barney went 2-0 to win the No. 2 singles bracket at the West Central Conference Tournament at Minnewaska High School in Glenwood.


Tate Newman placed second for the Wildcats at No. 4 singles. Kenneth Schmiesing (1 singles), Andres Rojas (4 singles) both finished in third place in their respective brackets. And all three of NLS’ doubles teams finished in third place.

Lac qui Parle Valley/Dawson-Boyd had five fourth-place finishes: Jack Buer (1 singles); Luke Stock (4 singles); and all three of the team’s doubles squads.

How LQPV/D-B fared
(1) Jack Buer 1-2, 4th place … (2) Liam Risch 1-1, 5th place … (3) Brody Bothun 0-2, 7th place … (4) Luke Stock 1-2, 4th place
(1) Gavin Stultz/Levi Olson 1-2, 4th place … (2) Wyatt Wiebe/Matt Martinson 1-2, 4th place … (3) Gunnar Olson/Garrett Kostad 1-2, 4th place
How NLS fared
(1) Kenneth Schmiesing, 2-1, 3rd place … (2) Jack Barney, 2-0, 1st place … (3) Jowell Gamez, 1-2, 4th place … (4) Tate Newman, 2-1, 2nd place; Andres Rojas, 2-1, 3rd place
(1) Jack Noeldner/Matt Monson, 2-1, 3rd place … (2) Adam Klaphake/Ethan Spors, 2-1, 3rd place … (3) Josh Soto/Joe Brouwer, 2-1, 3rd place

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