Tennis: Pequot Lakes continues to roll

With a sweep on Tuesday, Aug. 31, the Patriot tennis team moved to 17-0 on the season

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Despite an injury to No. 1 singles player Megan Muller, the Pequot Lakes Patriots just kept on winning Tuesday, Aug. 31.

The Patriots topped Park Rapids 6-1, Long Prairie-Grey Eagle 7-0 and Crookston 5-1 to improve to 17-0 overall and 3-1 in the Mid-State Conference.

“This was an important conference win for us,” head coach Monica Sergent said. “It was good to see our three doubles teams make a strong impact on the outcome.”

Carly Chaney, Quinn Trottier and Riley Fogarty all enjoyed 3-0 singles records. Payton Mudgett, Ellie Ouradnick and Aubrey Wiczek finished 3-0 in doubles action and Allyson Yahn was 2-0 at singles and 1-0 at doubles for Pequot Lakes.


Pequot Lakes 6, Park Rapids 1

Pequot Lakes 7, LPGE 0

Pequot Lakes 5, Crookston 2


No. 1: Megan Muller 0-1 (default), Carly Chaney 2-0

No. 2: Chaney 1-0, Quinn Trottier 2-0

No. 3: Trottier 1-0, Riley Fogarty 2-0

No. 4: Fogarty 1-0, Allyson Yahn 2-0



No. 1: Kelbee Lampi-Lexi Peterson 2-1

No. 2: Payton Mudgett-Yahn 1-0, Mudgett-Ellie Ouradnick 2-0

No. 3: Aubrey Wiczek-Ouradnick 1-0, Wiczek-Jordan Gartner 1-0, Wiczek-Mumm 1-0

Conference: PL 3-0. Overall: PL 17-0.

Dan Determan has been a reporter for the Echo Journal since 2014, primarily covering sports at Pequot Lakes and Pine River-Backus
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