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CEC tennis opens season with two losses

The Cloquet-Esko-Carlton tennis team opened its season with narrow dual-meet losses to Class A power Eveleth-Gilbert and Duluth Central. Last Thursday, the 'Jacks dropped a 4-3 decision to the Golden Bears in Eveleth. Cloquet's winners all came i...

Ryan Kedrowski
Cloquet-Esko-Carlton captain Ryan Kedrowski - the only senior on the team - runs to the net to return a serve in a doubles match on Tuesday against Duluth Central. Jamie Lund/Pine Journal

The Cloquet-Esko-Carlton tennis team opened its season with narrow dual-meet losses to Class A power Eveleth-Gilbert and Duluth Central.

Last Thursday, the 'Jacks dropped a 4-3 decision to the Golden Bears in Eveleth. Cloquet's winners all came in singles, with John Scheuer at number two, Christian Pritchett at number three and Ryan Kedrowski at number four all winning.

The overall match was quite close, with number one singles player Sean Kedrowski falling 7-5 in a third set and two of the three doubles matches also going to three sets.

On Tuesday, CEC fell 6-2 to Duluth Central. This time both wins came in the doubles, with Luke Heine and Tanner Webster winning at number two and Josiah Sickler and Camron Hallfrisch winning at number three.

The team's next scheduled match is Monday, April 25, against Duluth East.

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