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Bemidji HS girls tennis splits two matches at Detroit Lakes

East Grand Forks caught Bemidji short handed and handed it a 4-3 upset at the Detroit Lakes triangular Tuesday. Bemidji blanked the host Lakers 7-0. Bemidji was missing Cortne Solberg with illness while Kenzie Kane was playing with a wrist injury...

East Grand Forks caught Bemidji short handed and handed it a 4-3 upset at the Detroit Lakes triangular Tuesday.

Bemidji blanked the host Lakers 7-0.

Bemidji was missing Cortne Solberg with illness while Kenzie Kane was playing with a wrist injury.

East Side took advantage of the switch to sweep the four singles and hold on for a 4-3 win.

Jesamey Jones beat Jamie Hoffman for the second time this fall at No. 1 and Emma Nielsen, Mackenzie Schultz and Amy Frosaker switched from doubles with only Frosaker extending her match to an extra set.

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Bemidji won the three doubles in straight sets.

Detroit Lakes offered little opposition losing six matches in straight sets.

Nielsen took the No. 2 singles in a tiebreaker.

Bemidji is back in action Thursday making up the Fergus Falls triangular with Moorhead as the third team. Saturday it plays at the Hibbing Invitational.

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