Prep Report: Virginia advances at state boys tennis meet
Virginia remained unbeaten Tuesday with a 7-0 victory over Luverne in the Minnesota Class A high school boys tennis team quarterfinals at the Reed-Sweatt Tennis Center in Minneapolis. The No. 6 Blue Devils (16-0) face defending champion and No. 1...
Virginia remained unbeaten Tuesday with a 7-0 victory over Luverne in the Minnesota Class A high school boys tennis team quarterfinals at the Reed-Sweatt Tennis Center in Minneapolis. The No. 6 Blue Devils (16-0) face defending champion and No. 1 Breck in today's 8 a.m. semifinals.
Breck defeated No. 2 Rochester Lourdes 4-3.
Virginia didn't lose a set against Luverne and lost just 10 games in singles wins from Jordan Krebsbach, Blair Seitz, Garrett Hendrickson and Paul Noll.
The doubles teams of Cody Mauston-John Morgan, Jordan Lindholm-Troy Nichols and Marc Krebsbach-Jace Friedlieb all won in straight sets.
Ashland ties for fourth
Ashland, behind a seventh-place finish by Jerry Henderson, tied for fourth at the Wisconsin Division 2 state meet at University Ridge Golf Course in Madison.
Henderson shot a two-day total of 11-over-par 155, 16 strokes behind medalist Charlie Danielson of Osceola. Northwestern's Gabe Dinkel shot an 84 Tuesday to finish tied for 17th at 162.
Madison Edgewood won the team title by two shots over Xavier.
-- Superior junior Rob Kraft shot a 78 to finish with a 36-hole total of 160 and tie for 27th at the Division 1 meet at University Ridge. The Spartans were last in the 16-team field with a 679 total. Arrowhead edged Marquette by three strokes to capture first place. Middleton's Mike Schilling totaled a 4-over 148 to win medalist honors by one stroke over Robbie Jacobsen of Racine Horlick.
Tuesday's play rained out
Wet weather postponed all Section 7AAA, 7AA and 7A baseball games on Tuesday.
The 7AAA tournament in Forest Lake, Minn., and Lindstrom, Minn., was moved up to 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. today due to Duluth East's graduation. The Greyhounds play Andover at Chisago Lakes High School at 10 a.m.
The 7AA tournament resumes at 2 p.m. today at Fichtner Field in Hermantown, while the 7A final four is set for 2 p.m. at Al Nyberg Field in Hibbing.