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DuBOIS — Elk County Catholic has owned the District 9 Class AA Doubles Tournament in recent years, and the senior duo of Emily Miller and Jenna Minard became the latest Lady Crusaders to capture the doubles crown for the school.

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DuBOIS — The St. Marys tennis program seems to keep producing star after star, and another young star wrote another chapter in the books of St. Marys tennis history on Tuesday afternoon.

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DuBOIS — The opening day of the District 9 Singles Tournament provided some exciting matches, with St. Marys freshman Samantha Hayes and Punxsutawney sophomore Abby Gigliotto working their way through the field to reach today’s championship match.

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DuBOIS — The DuBois girls tennis team, playing without top player Alexis Strouse, won three of four singles contests and swept all three doubles matchups on its way to a 6-1 win over visiting Brockway Tuesday in the Lady Beavers final home match of the season.

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BROCKWAY — The DuBois girls tennis team was involved in a few very close matches against homestanding Brockway, but ultimately came out on top with a 5-2 win over the Lady Rovers on Thursday afternoon at Brockway High School.

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BROCKWAY — After a subpar outing on Monday against St. Marys, the Brockway girls tennis team had a quick turnaround on Tuesday and ended up being a vast improvement from 24 hours earlier.

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DuBOIS — This season will be sort of like ‘on the job training’ for the DuBois Area High School boys tennis team.

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DuBOIS — Elk County Catholic’s Nick Daghir and Isaac Wortman made an unlikely run through the District 9 Class AA Doubles tournament on Monday to win the tournament over teammates Charles Bobby and Ryan Newton in the finals, 6-1, 6-3.

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DuBOIS — The second-seeded Elk County Catholic boys tennis team gave top-seeded Punxsutawney all it could handle in the District 9 Class AA team championship, but ultimately fell to the Chucks, 3-2, on Wednesday afternoon at DuBois High School.

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DuBOIS — The DuBois boys tennis team commemorated its graduating seniors Thursday evening, and though a thunderstorm would wash out two of the three doubles matches, the Beavers had plenty of time to leave their mark and celebrate in style.

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BROCKWAY— It was Senior Night at Brockway Area High School this Tuesday, and the Rovers boys tennis team celebrated the occasion the best way they possibly could.

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DuBOIS — Monday afternoon’s matchup between the DuBois Central Catholic and Clearfield boys tennis teams proved to be more than a rough outing for the Cardinal netters, as the visiting Bison took three of four singles matches and swept all three doubles contest in a 6-1 victory.

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DuBOIS — A rain delay wasn’t enough to slow down the DuBois boys tennis team Thursday afternoon, as the Beavers swept all four singles matches and won two of three doubles contests to defeat visiting St. Marys, 6-1.

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JOHNSONBURG— The Johnsonburg boys tennis team struggled in the win department last year, with a lack of depth in the starting lineup playing a key role in their on-court troubles.

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ST. MARYS— The St. Marys boys tennis team had much to celebrate last year, as No. 1 singles competitor Jordan Romain won his second consecutive District 9 Class AA singles championship and become only the second Dutchman in school history to win two titles in their career.

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BROCKWAY— While the Brockway High School boys tennis team isn’t going to be in need of a full-size charter bus this season, it doesn’t mean that it doesn’t have hopes to be going anywhere.

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DuBOIS — The St. Marys girls tennis team defeated Elk County Catholic for the second year in a row in the District 9 Class AA Team Tournament finals with a 3-2 win on Monday afternoon at DuBois High School.

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DuBOIS — Elk County Catholic girls tennis coach Pete Meier saw everything that he could have hoped for from his players on Monday at the District 9 Class AA Doubles Championships at DuBois Area High School.

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DuBOIS — St. Marys’ Sarah Casey captured her third straight District 9 Class AA Singles championship on Tuesday at DuBois High School with a quick 6-1, 6-1 win over Punxsutawney’s Kaitlin Ray.

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DuBOIS — After beating St. Marys, 5-2, earlier in the season, the DuBois girls tennis team improved by a match as it defeated the Lady Dutch, 6-1, Thursday afternoon.

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DuBOIS — The DuBois girls tennis team didn’t need to break too much of a sweat on Thursday afternoon as it shut out Brockway, 7-0, at DuBois High School.

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DuBOIS — The DuBois girls tennis team improved to 3-1 on the young season with a 7-0 shutout of visiting Johnsonburg Monday at the DuBois Area High School tennis complex.

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BROCKWAY — The St. Marys girls tennis team earned two wins in both singles and doubles on Monday afternoon, which was enough to defeat Brockway, 4-3.

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HYDE — After DuBois Central Catholic’s Markus Peterson and Alex Micknis were both eliminated by Punxsutawney’s Matt Blose in last week’s District 9 Class AA Singles Tournament, it was a matter of tough luck that they would see Blose again.

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DuBOIS — It had already been pretty unlikely that the Brockway tennis team would be in the District 9 Class AA Team Championship match, but that was where the Rovers found themselves on Wednesday afternoon.

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DuBOIS — When the District 9 Class AA Singles Championship match at City Park finally happened on Wednesday afternoon, it didn’t take long for St. Marys’ Jordan Romain to impress everyone in attendance.

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HYDE — On paper, St. Marys senior Jordan Romain and Punxsutawney junior Matt Blose were the prohibited favorites to navigate their way through the bracket on the opening day of the District 9 Class AA Singles Tournament Monday at Clearfield Area High School, and the duo didn’t disappoint.

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BROCKWAY — The DuBois Central Catholic boys tennis team split its singles matches with host Brockway Thursday but swept all three doubles contests on its way to a 5-2 win over the Rovers.

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DuBOIS — The third-seeded St. Marys boys tennis team advanced to the District 9 Class AA Team Tournament finals with a 3-2 win over No. 2 DuBois Central Catholic in the semifinals on Wednesday afternoon at City Park.

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BROCKWAY — Brockway swept all three singles contests and split the doubles matchups Tuesday against Clearfield on its way to a 4-1 win over the Bison in the quarterfinal round of the District 9 Class AA Team Tournament.

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DuBOIS — In the first match of the season this spring, the Brockway and DuBois tennis teams had three of the seven matches –two singles and one doubles –go to tiebreakers.

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DuBOIS — The DuBois Central Catholic boys tennis team improved to 5-1 on the year with a 5-2 win over visiting Bradford Tuesday at the City Park tennis courts.

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DuBOIS — The DuBois boys tennis team won all four singles matches on Tuesday afternoon as they edged Elk County Catholic, 4-3.

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DuBOIS — The DuBois Central Catholic boys tennis team won three out of four singles matches and two doubles contests Wednesday to upend Elk County Catholic, 5-2, at the City Park courts.

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DuBOIS — One might think a team coming off a one-win season wouldn’t have reason for excitement and optimism, but that’s the farthest thing from the truth with the DuBois Central Catholic boys tennis program.

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BROCKWAY — While the Brockway High School boys tennis team may have lost one of its most proficient players from the past several years, that doesn’t mean that it’s in for a long season.

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JOHNSONBURG — The 2016 version of the Johnsonburg boys tennis team may not have a lot of depth, but there is a lot of veterans that have head coach Anna Chelgreen excited for the season.

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DuBOIS — While there are some obvious differences to the DuBois Area High School boys tennis team this season, its biggest problem might be the similarities that it has with last year’s squad.