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Central Plains tennis places first

HOISINGTON — The Central Plains No. 1 doubles team of Hannah Beran and Zoe Potter won three matches against St. John, Scott City and Hoisington to place first at the Hoisington Tournament. Central Plains scored 27 points to place first — two points ahead of Scott City.
Central Plains’ No. 1 singles Emily Ryan, a returning 3-1A state qualifier, won three matches to place first. Ryan earned a forfeit victory over Scott City’s Abbie LeBeau, who bowed out with back pain. No. 2 singles Mikayla Menges won three of four matches to place second behind Osborne’s Olivia Engler.
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