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Girls tennis: NLS third at Crookston invite

Proehl, Dierenfeld take first at No. 3 doubles

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CROOKSTON — New London-Spicer took third at the eight-team Crookston Invitational on Saturday.

The Wildcats scored 20 points, to place behind champion Hibbing (26) and Crookson (22).

Jordan Proehl and Avery Dierenfeld won a first-place title for NLS at No. 3 doubles, going 3-0.

No. 3 singles player Ella Weiland went 2-1 to finish second for the Wildcats. And the No. 1 doubles team of Brooke Adelman and Delany Hanson finished second for NLS, also going 2-1.

Crookston Invitational

Team scores
(1) Hibbing 26 (2) Crookston 22 (3) New London-Spicer 20 (4) Moorhead 19 (5) Wadena-Deer Creek 16 (6) Perham (7) East Grand Forks 13 (8) Detroit Lakes

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How NLS fared

Singles
(1) Mya Mayhew, 1-2, fourth place (2) Emily Ruter, 1-2, sixth place (3) Ella Wieland, 2-1, second place (4) Amyra Gamez, 2-1, third place
Doubles
(1) Brooke Adelman/Delaney Hanson, 2-1, second place (2) Brianna Wileman/Madisyn Claseman, 0-3, eighth place (3) Jordan Proehl/Avery Dierenfeld, 3-0, first place

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