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Middleton team tennis falls short of state

Published On: May 23 2013 09:41:17 PM CDT
Updated On: May 24 2013 07:47:38 AM CDT

The state boys individual tennis tournament begins next week. That field is set after the sectionals Thursday.

Arrowhead wins the team title at the Middleton Sectional, stopping Middleton's run of four straight trips to  team state.

Waunakee's Calvin Clack falls to Arrowhead's Kevin Heitzer in the number 1 singles final, but Clack still qualifies for state.

Middleton's number one doubles team of Evan Stone and Griff Plye defeated Sauk Prairie's Cody Mack and Tyler Ballweg in straight sets. Both qualify for state.

Madison West wins the team title at the Badger Sectional.

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