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Lumberjacks' boys tennis team drubs Detroit Lakes 6-1

The Bemidji High tennis team rebounded from its first loss of the year to beat Detroit Lakes 6-1 Tuesday on the Lakers' courts. Tomorrow it heads to Thief River for a key section test with the Prowlers, one that figures to be extremely close. Bem...

The Bemidji High tennis team rebounded from its first loss of the year to beat Detroit Lakes 6-1 Tuesday on the Lakers' courts.

Tomorrow it heads to Thief River for a key section test with the Prowlers, one that figures to be extremely close.

Bemidji won three of the four singles and swept the doubles to beat the Lakers.

All seven matches went in straight sets.

Singles winners were Matt Thompson, Ryan Rude and Ben Holter.

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Doubles winners were Logan Hanrahan and Sam Weaver, Chris Hays and Aaron Johnson and Matt Lee and Brian Baldrati.

Bemidji also swept a trio of exhibition matches.

BEMIDJI 6

DETROIT LAKES 1

Singles

Matt Thompson. Bem . defeated Ryan Borgeson 6-1, 7-5

Garrett Frank, DL defeated Aaron Carter 6-4, 7-6

Ryan Rude, Bem. defeated Robbie Anderson 6-0, 6-0

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Ben Holter, Bem. defeated Bruce Butzer 7-5, 6-0

Doubles

Logan Hanrahan and Sam Weaver, Bem. defeated Ben VanOsselen and Alex Nustad 6-3, 6-1

Chris Hays and Aaron Johnson, Bem. defeated Jake Hartman and Izzy Stein 6-3, 6-4

Matt Lee and Brian Baldrati, Bem. defeated Eric Roethel and Jon Chelmo 6-2, 6-2

Exhibitions

Wes Rogers and Tyler Wentzel, Bem. defeated Hasan Bayraktar and Kyle Leichter 6-0

Wentzel and Aaron Eickhorst, Bem. defeated Leichter and Brett Montplaisir 6-0

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Eickhorst and Rogers, Bem. defeated Montplaisir and Bayraktar 6-2

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