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State Girls Tennis Poll: Litchfield team ranked 4th in Class A, Ryanna Steinhaus ranked 7th individual

Tops teams: Class A - Breck, Class AA - Minnetonka

Litchfield sophomore Isla Dille hits a serve during her No. 3 singles match against Glencoe-Silver Lake on Thursday, Sept. 8, 2022 at Litchfield High School.
Litchfield sophomore Isla Dille hits a serve during her No. 3 singles match against Glencoe-Silver Lake on Thursday, Sept. 8, 2022 at Litchfield High School.
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Girls Tennis

Sept. 11 from the Minnesota Tennis Coaches Association

Class A

Team
1. Breck
2. Rochester Lourdes
3. Pine City
4. Litchfield
5. Osakis
6. Holy Family Catholic
7. St. James
8. Staples-Motley
9. Crookston
10. Providence Academy

Individual

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1. Isaelle Einess, Breck
2. Ryann Witter, Rochester Lourdes
3. Greta Johnson, Minnehaha Academy
4. Ella Sell, Pine City
5. Leah Maddock, Osakis
6. Lauren Rutten, Staples-Motley
7. Ryanna Steinhaus, Litchfield
8. Chloe Brandt, Le Sueur-Henderson
9. Casey Cronin, Holy Family Catholic

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Class AA

Team
1. Minnetonka
t2. Rochester Mayo
t2. Edina
4. Elk River
5t. Benilde-St. Margaret’s
5t. Blake
7. Lakeville South
8. Eden Prairie
9. Roseville
10. Wayzata

Individual

1. Sarah Shahbaz, Minnetonka
2. Kelsey Phillips, Minnetonka
3. Cassandra Li, Eagan
4. Claire Loftus, Rochester Mayo
5. Ava Nelson, Elk River
6. Karina Elvestrom, Minnetonka
7. Kiera Kelly, Lakeville North
8t. Nabedrick Lucy, Wayzata
8t. Lillian Allen, Shakopee
10t. Alex Repplier, Champlin Park
10t. Aoife Loftus, Rochester Mayo

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Cedar Mountain sweeps Falcons, who lose energy after tough first set.
LQPV/D-B girls finish sixth, boys take seventh
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