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Bemidji HS girls tennis team beats Crookston

Bemidji's Cortne Solberg returned this serve during play Tuesday. Pioneer Photo/Monte Draper

The Bemidji High tennis team returned to good health Tuesday to spill Crookston 6-1 in a rain shortened triangular at the high school courts.

The opener with Detroit Lakes was rained out. Crookston then spilled the Lakers in the second match before bowing to Bemidji.

Cortne Solberg returned to singles play after recovering from a bout of illness.

Bemidji swept the four singles in straight sets with Jamie Hoffman, Emma Nielsen and Haley Pollock joining Solberg.

The Kane sisters remained in double with Kenzie and Jess Solberg winning at No. 1 while Anna Lintelmann and Amy Frosaker triumphed at No. 3.Crookston won on a tiebreaker at No. .2 for its only win.

The two teams divided six JV matches.



Jamie Hoffman, Bem. defeated Haley Myrold 6-4, 6-1

Cortne Solberg, Bem. defeated Riley Erickson 6-2, 6-0

Emma Nielsen, Bem. defeated Lilli Dennison 6-2, 6-3

Haley Pollock, Bem. defeated Kylie Simmons 6-1, 6-0


Jess Solberg and Kenzie Kane, Bem. defeated Sarah Desrosier and Bailey Morris 6-4, 6-2

Rachel Lariviere and Jaclyn Proulx, Ckn, defeated Taylor Kane and Mackenzie Schultz 2-6, 7-6 (7-4)

Anna Lintelmann and Amy Frosaker, Bem. Defeated Laura Graham and Caitlin Crane 6-3, 6-3


Katie Ditmanson and Clare Baumgartner, Bem. defeated Caitlin Wohuske and Morgan Henke 8-1