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WCT Sports Spotlight: Ryanna Steinhaus joins the show

Michael Lyne chats with Litchfield girls tennis senior star Ryanna Steinhaus.

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Litchfield senior Ryanna Steinhaus hits the ball during a match against Delano's Bella Moliter in the Wright County Conference championship on Monday, Oct. 3, 2022, at Litchfield High School.
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LITCHFIELD — West Central Tribune sports reporter Michael Lyne chats with Litchfield girls tennis senior Ryanna Steinhaus for episode three of the WCT Sports Spotlight Show.

The WCT Sports Spotlight Show aims to showcase one athlete a week from the West Central Area.

Steinhaus, who has interest in taking her tennis skills to the next level at Bethel University or St. Catherine University, will look to help the Dragons capture the program's first-ever team state title when the Class A state tennis tournament begins on Tuesday at Reed-Sweatt Family Tennis Center in Minneapolis.

Michael Lyne joined the West Central Tribune as a sports reporter in May 2022, following his graduation from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, where he graduated with a bachelors degree in journalism and a minor degree in Spanish studies.

You may reach Michael at mlyne@wctrib.com, or by calling (320) 214-4345.
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