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NE KS girls tennis players make history at state

NE KS girls tennis players make history at state
NE KS girls tennis players make history at state(Steve Bushnell, Seaman)
Published: Oct. 16, 2021 at 7:43 PM CDT
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TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) - Seaman’s Grace Unruh and Lauren Sweeney won the first girls doubles state championship in school history Saturday..

The pair topped Andover Central in Saturday’s 5A doubles final, capping off a perfect 36-0 season.

In 6A, Manhattan junior Jillian Harkin beat Blue Valley Northwest’s Emily Chiasson to take the girls singles state championship.

Harkin is the first girls singles state champion for Manhattan since 2000.

She finished 34-2 on the season and 102-4 for her career with the Indians. Harkin earned runner-up honors in 2020.

Hayden freshman Ainzley Zulletta made a strong debut in her first state tennis appearance, winning the 4A state title in singles.

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