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TRINIDAD, Colo. – The McCook Community College Lady Indians softball team lost a 15-1 game to start the weekend series with the Trojans then came back to win the next three. MCC won the second game Saturday 5-1 then swept the Sunday games 8-7 and 14-3.

“These were great wins today,” said McCook Community College Coach Josh Barnes. “We came out and battled.”

Sophomore transfer Shae Muggridge, (Perth, Western Australia) picked up the win Saturday and came on for a strong relief outing in the 14-13 win Sunday. Freshmen Sarah Willier, (Ponoka, Alberta) and Etta Van Burgsteden (Kinistino, Saskatchewan) were credited with the wins on Sunday.

Sophomores Sieara Price (Greeley, Colo.) and Taylor Ford (McCook) came up with the big hits in the 5-1 win Saturday.

“We had a big Game Two win Saturday,” MCC Coach Josh Barnes said. “The team showed great fight, Shea pitched well. Sieara Price and Taylor Ford hit great for us,” Barnes said. “Also Hannah Jensen hit well.”

Price went six for 11 over the weekend series with four RBI and a pair of doubles.

In scoring 23 runs on Sunday the Lady Indians banged out 25 hits led by sophomore Emily Charchuk (Victoria, British Columbia) who had five, Price who went four-for-eight with a double and two RBI, and sophomore Jerusha Miner (Gunnison Valley, Utah) who went four-for-nine with a home run and five RBI. She drove in eight runs over the weekend. Emma McLean (Willetton, Western Australia) hit a home run and drove in four runs in the first game of the day Sunday.

Trinidad State falls to 12-17 heading into the series (3-7 in conference)

The Lady Indians improve to 12-16 and 6-6 in conference play.

MCC is scheduled to be home eight of the next 10 games starting Friday with a doubleheader with Lamar Community College starting at noon. On Sunday, MCC hosts Colby at 2 p.m. After an April 1 road game at Central Community College MCC will be home April 6 and 7 for a pair of games against Northeastern Junior College. Doubleheaders both dates start at 1 p.m.

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Saturday Game 1 – Trinidad State 15, McCook CC 1: The Lady Indians began the four-game series with a 1-0 lead in the top of the first inning but allowed 10 first-inning runs as the Trojans came out with a pair of three-run home runs, and banged out eight first-inning hits.

MCC had taken the lead on a two-out double from Jerusha Miner who batted in Emily Charchuk who led off the game with a single. Those were the only two hits MCC managed in the game off Trinidad starter Teddi Garcia and reliever Avery Bohn.

Freshman Etta Van Burgsteden (Kinistino, Saskatchewan) took the loss only making it two-thirds into of the first inning giving up five earned runs on five hits. Freshman Angel Valdez (West Jordan, Utah) went 3.1 innings allowing seven hits, four earned runs, four walks and a strikeout.

Saturday Game 2 – McCook 5, Trinidad State 1: The Lady Indians broke up a 1-1 tie in the fourth inning with a pair of runs in the fifth inning and two more in the sixth to salvage a Saturday split.

Sophomore Sieara Price (Greeley, Colo.) delivered a two-out RBI-double to give MCC a 1-0 lead in the second.

A one-out Trinidad error opened the door for MCC in the fifth inning. Emily Charchuk and Hannah Jensen (Aurora Colo.) followed with singles to give MCC a 2-1 lead and another Trinidad error led to another run and a 3-1 MCC lead.

Taylor Ford led off the sixth inning, with a double and Price drove her in with an RBI-single. With two outs, Jensen tripled in Price to put MCC up 5-1.

Shae Muggridge picked up the win, allowing five hits and one run over seven innings. She struck out five.

MCC had seven hits in the game. Jensen and Price both had two hits and two RBIs.

Sunday Game 1 – McCook 8, Trinidad State 7: With the game tied 5-5 in heading into the seventh, the Lady Indians were able to push three runs across – the first on a an RBI double from Jerusha Miner, and the second on a two-run single from Emma McLean. Trinidad led off the seventh with a single and a home run to close within a run of the lead but the Indians closed out the game with three straight outs.

Sarah Willier picked up the win allowing six earned runs, 11 hits and one walk. She struck out five.

Down 3-1 in the third, MCC came back with doubles from Emily Charchuk and Chanel Siebenthal (Lakewood, Colo.) and a two-run home run off the bat of Emma McLean to lead 4-3. Miner had an RBI single in the fifth to put MCC up 5-3 but the Trojans tied it with two in the bottom of the fifth.

MCC had nine hits in the game with two each from Charchuk, Miner and McLean.

Sunday Game 2 – McCook 14, Trinidad State 13: The Lady Indians got down 6-2 in the second, but a Jerusha Miner three-run homer in the third made it a 6-5 game. Trinidad went up 8-5 with a pair of runs in the fourth inning.

Both teams posted two-spots in the fifth inning – MCC on RBI singles from Miner and Sieara Price.

Trailing 10-7 in the sixth, the Lady Indians led off the inning with an Isabel Serna (Roy, Utah) double followed by singles from Emily Charchuk and Hannah Jensen to make it 10-9. After one out, Trinidad committed errors on consecutive hitters to put MCC up 11-10.

In the seventh, Jensen powered a two-out two-run home run to center to give MCC a 13-10 lead and a couple Trojan errors led to 14thMCC run.

Trinidad sent seven batters to the plate in the bottom of the seventh – including four straight two-out singles to cut the lead to 14-13 with the bases loaded but the Lady Indians coaxed a game-ending strikeout.

Van Burgsteden picked up the win in 2.2 innings of work she gave up five hits and three earned runs. Kaya Harrison (Richmond, British Columbia) went 2.2 innings and surrendered five hits and the earned runs. Muggridge pitched 1.2 innings, allowed five hits and one earned run.


Lincoln, Neb. – The Nebraska baseball team (11-7, 3-0 Big Ten) completed a weekend sweep of Michigan State after its 6-2 win over the Spartans at Hawks Field on Sunday afternoon.

With the win, Nebraska extends its winning streak to five consecutive games and remains a perfect 5-0 at home this season. The three-game sweep of Michigan State is the first time Nebraska has swept a conference opponent since accomplishing the feat against Rutgers, May 5-7, 2017.

Senior right-hander Reece Eddins, making his third start of the season, went 5.0 innings and allowed only one hit and zero runs. He recorded four strikeouts and only one walk. Mike Waldron threw 2.0 perfect innings of relief before Ben Klenke (1.0), Paul Tillotson (0.2) and Shay Schanaman (0.1) came out of the bullpen. Schanaman earned his first career save.

Offensively, the Huskers did their damage in the fourth and fifth innings after the two teams played a scoreless first three frames. In the fourth inning, Colby Gomes smacked a leadoff double and then advanced to third on a flyout in foul territory. Cam Chick hit an RBI single to drive in Gomes. After a flyout, Jaxon Hallmark drew a walk to put two runners on. Joe Acker blistered a triple to drive in both runners.

In the fifth inning, Gomes reached on an error in the leadoff spot and then advanced to second on a groundout. Chick singled to put two runners on before Altavilla drew a walk to load the bases. Jaxon Hallmark hit an RBI single before Acker laced an RBI single of his own. After Carter Cross reached on a fielder’s choice, NU tacked on another run via wild pitch.

The Spartans scored both of their runs in the eighth inning when pinch hitter Casey Mayes hit a two-run home run.

During Friday’s doubleheader, Nebraska defeated MSU by scores of 4-1 and 5-2.

The Huskers return to action on Tuesday night when they face intrastate rival Creighton at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha. First pitch is set for 6:35 p.m. (CT).


Lincoln, Neb. – The Nebraska baseball team (10-7, 2-0 Big Ten) completed a doubleheader sweep over Michigan State with a 5-2 win in Game 2 at Hawks Field on Friday evening.

As was the case in Game 1, the Huskers saw a strong outing from their starting pitcher, as senior lefty Nate Fisher went 7.1 innings and allowed only one run on five hits, while recording three strikeouts and no walks.

In Fisher’s last outing, he didn’t allow a hit in 8.0 innings at No. 21 Baylor on March 9. On Friday, the Spartans didn’t score until the eighth inning.

Nebraska pounced early with two runs in the bottom of the first inning. After each of the first two hitters flew out, Gunner Hellstrom reached on an error before Keegan Watson drew a walk. Jaxon Hallmark hit an infield single to load the bases. Colby Gomes smacked a two-RBI single to give the Huskers a lead they wouldn’t relinquish.

Gomes added an RBI in the fifth, when he doubled to drive in Hallmark with two outs. NU tacked on two runs in the sixth inning. NU had runners on second and third with one out before Aaron Palensky’s single up the middle brought both of them in.

Michigan State scored two runs in the top of the eighth and threatened to cut into NU’s lead when the Spartans loaded the bases in the top of the ninth. However, Gomes took to the mound and earned his team-best fourth save of 2019 when he threw the final 1.0 inning. In addition to Fisher and Gomes, Robbie Palkert made a pitching appearance, throwing 0.2 inning of relief.

During the first game of Friday’s doubleheader, Nebraska won a 4-1 decision over Michigan State behind a complete game from senior Matt Waldron.

The series finale between Nebraska and Michigan State is scheduled for Sunday at 1:05 p.m. (CT).


TRINIDAD, Colo. – The McCook Community College baseball team had an 8-1 lead in the seventh inning of Game 2 Saturday, and were three outs away from taking a three-game series from league-leading Trinidad State, but the Trojans came up with seven runs to send the game into extra-innings where they won 9-8 to complete a doubleheader sweep over MCC. The Trojans won the first game Saturday 8-3 while MCC won the opening game of the series Friday, 2-1.

“We totally missed on an opportunity to win the second game and the series in Game 2 today,” McCook Community College Coach Jon Olsen said. “We played error-free baseball until the seventh inning, then committed three errors. You can’t do that and expect to close out games.”

Redshirt freshman Tyler Clark-Chiapparelli, (Austin, Texas) continued his hot hitting homering in all three games of the series in which he went seven-for-14 with six RBIs and 17 total bases. Sophomore transfer JR Maldonado, (Las Vegas) went three for five in Game 2 Saturday with a homerun, double, single and two RBIs.

Trinidad State goes to 15-13 overall, and 9-3 in the Empire League.

The Indians improve to 7-13 and 5-9 in conference play. MCC now trail the first-place Trojans by five games in the standings.

“We are doing a lot of things well right now, but we just don’t have the mentality to close out games,” Olsen said. “If we can figure that out, it would go a long ways to flip all of these one-run and extra-inning games. We can’t let this one get us down we have got to keep pressing on.”

MCC will travel to Northwestern Oklahoma State in Alva, Okla. Monday, then return home Thursday for the first home games of the season – a doubleheader against Western Nebraska starting at 1 p.m. MCC travels to Colby April 1 and plays at home April 2 against Southeast Community College.

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Game 1 Saturday – Trinidad State 8, McCook CC 3: The Trojans took the lead early and never trailed, scoring a pair of runs in the second, three in the third and add-on runs in the fourth, fifth and sixth innings

MCC got on the scoreboard in the fourth on back-to-back Trojan errors. The Indians closed the gap to 6-3 in the fifth when Tyler Clark-Chiapparelli powered a two-run homerun to left field.

Jesse Bloom took the loss for McCook Community College Indians Varsity. He surrendered seven runs on seven hits over five innings, striking out two and walking one. Freshman Yasnier Laureano (Anderson, S.C.) pitched the sixth inning, allowing an unearned run on two walks.

The Indians were held to five hits, the only other extra-base hit was a double by Julio Seperich (Las Vegas.)

Game 2 Saturday – Trinidad State 9, McCook CC 8 (9 innings): In the rubber game of the series, the Indians came out with a three-run first inning and held Trinidad State to one run through six innings.

Tyler Clark-Chiapparelli led off the game with a double and scored on a Julio Seperich single. With two outs JR Maldonado blasted at two-run homer to centerfield.

The Indians added five runs in the sixth to take an 8-1 lead. Maldonado lined a one-out single and went to third on a Kade Wroot (North Platte) double. They both scored after an Angel Mojica (Denver) single, who gave MCC a 6-1 lead when he scored on a catcher’s error. One batter later, Clark-Ciaparrelli homered in his third-straight game – a two-run shot to left field to put MCC up 8-1.

Freshman Braden Babcock, (Oshawa, Ontario) kept the Trinidad bats in check holding them to five hits and one run in five innings of work. He walked two and fanned three.

Clark-Ciaparrelli came on to pitch a scoreless sixth but Trinidad scored seven runs in the seventh on four singles, shaky MCC defense, and a two-out home run to tie the game. Clark-Ciaparreli went two innings, allowed six hits, two earned runs and struck out three.

Sophomore Shaun Hickey (Summerville, New Brunswick) pitched a scoreless eighth but was tagged with the loss in the ninth when the game-winner scored on a bases-loaded walk.

MCC had 12 hits in the game including four by Clark-Ciaparrelli and three by Maldonado.


TRINIDAD, Colo. – The McCook Community College baseball team knocked off division-leading Trinidad State Friday in the opening game of a three-game series, 2-1.

The teams were supposed to play a pair of games Friday but after a two-hour rail delay before play began, and a 50-minute delay during the game, the teams decided to play a nine-inning game Friday and will try to play two games Saturday.

Freshman Isaac Vargas (Greeley, Colo.) limited the Trojans to four singles over eight innings and struck out 14 hitters. He got relief help from redshirt freshman Tyler Clark-Chiapparelli, (Austin, Texas) who not only picked up the save but drove in both runs on a solo home run and an RBI-single.

“We had another great performance from Isaac Vargas,” said MCC Baseball Coach Jon Olsen. “This is his third conference start in a row he has only given up one run.”

Chiapparelli broke up a scoreless tie to lead off the fifth inning with a home run to left field and delivered a two-out single in the sixth to double the Indian lead.

“Tyler had a great game driving in both our runs then came in and got the save throwing a scoreless ninth.” Olsen said.

MCC had10 hits on the afternoon led by the top three Indians in the order with two hits each including Clark-Chiapparelli, sophomore Julio Seperich (Las Vegas) and sophomore transfer Ricardo Jimenez, (Hialeah, Fla.)

“We really pitched and defended today, which needs to be the identity of our team, we will hit but if we can pitch and play defense we will be in every game,” Olsen said.

Trinidad State goes to 13-13 overall, and 7-3 in the Empire League.

The Indians improve to 7-11 and 5-7 in conference play. MCC gains a game in the standings and now trail the first-place Trojans by three games.

“Because of the weather delays today we have a doubleheader Saturday,” Olsen said. We need to go out a play well to win the series.”

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LAMAR, Colo. – The McCook Community College men’s golf team had another strong day Friday amid difficult conditions to win the first Region IX tournament of the Spring. After compiling an eight-shot lead in the opening round Thursday, the Indians put five more shots on the field Friday to best Eastern Wyoming by 13 shots.

On Friday MCC shot a 144 and the team claimed the top three individual scores as well.

“Congratulations to these guys for their first team victory of the season,” MCC Coach Tyler Loop. “It was cut down to nine holes today due to the weather but they were on pace for a great round again.”

MCC shot a two-day total of 436 to best Eastern Wyoming’s 449. Northeastern Junior College was third, 49 shots back, Otero Junior Collee was 55 shots back in fourth, Central Wyoming was fifth, 57 shots back and Lamar sixth, 85 shots behind MCC.

“Golf is tough enough on nice days but add cold, rain, and wind and it's arguably the toughest mental sport out there,” Loop said. “These guys were strong this week and a lot of hard work has paid off.”

Freshman Chesney Tatman (North Platte) who was one shot out of the lead after the first round, behind teammate Sophomore Cameron Lampe (Windsor, Colo), shot a 36 on Friday to tie with his teammate for individual honors. The topped the leaderboard with a two-day 108.

Sophomore Graham Gaspard (Breckenridge, Colo.) tied Eastern Wyoming’s George Elliott and NJC’s Brett Mattson, for the low round of the day – all shooting 35s, to propel Gaspard into a third-place tie for the tournament with Eastern Wyoming’s Harry Walch.

Sophomore Ronnie Quick (London, England) shot a 36 on Friday to finish in seventh place with a two-day total of 111.

Freshman KC Carlson (Delta, Colo.) shot a 37 Friday for a two-day 116. Freshman Trevor Oberg (McCook) a 38 on Friday and finished with a 120. Brady Wonderly (Benkelman) shot a 46 on Friday for a two-day total of 135.

With the win, the Indians, who trailed Eastern Wyoming 60-40 in the year-long team standings, pick up 10 points, but only trim three points off the lead since the Lancers second place finish earned them seven points. The lead stands at 67-50 with five tournaments remaining on the spring schedule. NJC is third with 27 points on the year.

Next, the Region IX field comes to McCook’s Heritage Hills Golf Course for the MCC tournament Thursday and Friday.


1.McCook Community College 292-144 -- 436

2.Eastern Wyoming 300-149 -- 449

3.Northeastern Junior College 330-155 – 485

4.Otero Junior College 327-164 -- 491

5.Central Wyoming 332-161 -- 493

6.Lamar Community College 342-179 -- 521


Individual Scores

1. (tie) Cameron Lampe 71-37 -- 108

1. (tie) Chesney Tatman 72-36 -- 108

3. (tie) Graham Gaspard 74-35 -- 109

7 Ronnie Quick 75-36 -- 111

12 KC Carlson 79-37 -- 116

* - Trevor Oberg 82-38 – 120

* - Brady Wonderly 89-46 -- 135

* - Competing as individuals


Comments from Coach Joe Vetrovsky:

The McCook Bison Golf team had a good first outing for the 2019 golf season. We opened our season at River's Edge Golf Course in North Platte, NE for the North Platte Invitational. McCook placed 3rd among a 12 team field, which was very encouraging to see. Sophomore Brady Esch lead the Bison with an 87, which medaled 6th place. Brady had a nice day and we look forward to his continued progression moving ahead. Sophomore Payton Craw, in his first varsity meet, shot a 91, which medaled 10th place. For his first varsity meet Payton showed a lot of poise and composure. Other members that also competed in their first varsity meet for the Bison and showed great determination throughout the day were junior Brandan Eckhardt who shot a 95, sophomore Mason Michaelis who shot a 102, and junior Logan Barenberg who shot a 114. The Bison will have a week off before they head to North Platte once again for a dual on April 2nd.

Team Standings
North Platte - 344
Broken Bow - 372
McCook - 375
Brady Esch - 6th Place
Payton Craw - 10th Place


A former McCook Community College volleyball player -- who has taken a year off from playing – is heading back to the court in New Mexico.

Dylann Bylund, a 2018 MCC graduate and native of Colorado Springs, has signed on to play volleyball at University of the Southwest in Hobbs, N.M., after spending a year pursuing her degree in physical therapy.

Bylund is a 5-8 setter who finished her MCC career in 2017 having made the all-Region IX team. She had 676 assists and 227 kills during her sophomore season along with 30 aces, 293 digs and 60 blocks. As a captain she helped lead the school to its first 20-win season in more than 30 years.

She was also a highly decorated student, being named the 2018 winner of the Presidential Award for outstanding academic, leadership, and service qualities within the college and community. She worked as a resident assistant in Brooks Hall, was president of the Eta Omicron chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, and vice president of the Nebraska/Kansas region of PTK.

She was an Academic All-USA scholarship winner as well as the lone two-year student in the state to win the Nebraska New Century Transfer Pathway Scholarship.

The MCC Indians Boosters, Inc. named her female academic athlete of the year. She was also named to the National Junior College Athletic Association all-academic team.

Her new team, the Mustangs, completed their season with a 15-14 record and earlier this month announced the hiring of new coach Katrina English, formerly of Kentucky State University.


LAMAR, Colo. – The McCook Community College men’s golf team got off to a great start to the 2019 part of the 2018-19 golf season finishing the first round of the Region IX meet in first place with Indian golfers occupying three of the top four individual scores of the day.

MCC finished the round Thursday with a 292 – eight shots better than second place Eastern Wyoming.

The Indians started the day 20 points back in the season-long standings (60-40) to Eastern Wyoming and home to reel in the Lancers with another strong performance in the final round Friday.

“It was an awesome start to the 2019 Spring season,” MCC Coach Tyler Loop said. “It was a little cool with 20 mph winds. The greens were very quick and the course played tough today.”

Sophomore Cameron Lampe (Windsor, Colo) shot an opening round Thursday of 71 to tie for first place. Freshman Chesney Tatman (North Platte) shot a 72, good for third place. Sophomore Graham Gaspard (Breckenridge, Colo.) is four among individuals with a 74 and sophomore Ronnie Quick (London, England) is tied for fifth with a first-day round of 75.

Freshman KC Carlson (Delta, Colo.) shot a 79. Freshman Trevor Obert (McCook) an 82, and sophomore Brady Wonderly (Benkelman) shot an 89.

MCC finished the fall standings in second place in the season-long standings to the Lancers who started the day with 60 points, MCC was second with 40, Central Wyoming was third with 24 points, Northeastern Junior College fourth with 22 points. Otero is in fifth with 18 points and Lamar is in sixth place with two points.

The tournament will conclude Friday.


1.McCook Community College 292

2.Eastern Wyoming 300

3.Otero Junior College 327

4.Northeastern Junior College 330

5.Central Wyoming 332

6.Lamar Community College 342


Individual Scores

1. (tie) Cameron Lampe 71

3. Chesney Tatman 72

4. Graham Gaspard 74

5 (tie) Ronnie Quick 75

* - KC Carlson 79

* - Trevor Obert 82

* - Brady Wonderly 89

* - Competing as individuals


McCook 9 Hershey 0

Varsity Singles
1 Kassidy Michaelis def K. Hastings 8-0
2 Sydney Stewart def A. Bernston 8-3
3 Megan Hodgson def C. Sexson 8-0
4 Elsa Wilcox def T. Wilson 8-3
5 Brynn Golden def R. Hudson 8-3
6 Olivia Koetter def K. Compton 8-1
Varsity Doubles
1 Riley Hansen/Kori Uerling def Bernston/Sexton 8-1
2 Delaney Jumps/Macy Hill def Hudson/Compton 8-1
3 Emily Laurie/Emily Kjendal def Hastings/Wilson 8-2
McCook Junior Varsity 12 Hershey Junior Varsity 0
Junior Varsity Doubles
Kirstin Collicott/Rose Stoney def Spencer/R. Wiese 6-3
Joslyn Hammond/Lexi Hauxwell def Smith/L. Wiese 6-1
McKenna Cooper/Madison Cooper def Stansbery/Brown 6-1
Alexis Carney/Jackie Hinze def R. Wiese/Spencer 6-3
Lexi Hauxwell/Sage Graves def Stansbery/Brown 6-0
Richa Patel/Hayden Johnson def Smith/L. Wiese 6-2
Kirstin Collicott/Rose Stoney def Smith/L. Wiese 6-0
Joslyn Hammond/Lexi Hauxwell def Stansbery/Brown 6-0
McKenna Cooper/Madison Cooper def R. Wiese/Spencer 6-1
Alexis Carney/Jackie Hinze def Stansbery/Brown 6-2
Lexi Hauxwell/Sage Graves def Smith/L. Wiese 6-2
Richa Patel/Hayden Johnson def Stansbery/Brown 6-2
McCook 7 North Platte 2
Varsity Singles
1 Kassidy Michaelis def K. Webster 8-0
2 Sydney Stewart lost to C. Guerieri 8-6
3 Riley Hansen def J. Hoover 8-3
4 Kori Uerling def S. States 8-0
5 Delaney Jumps def A. Vaziri 9-7
6 Macy Hill def A. Manzano 8-2
Varsity Doubles
1 Riley Hansen/Kori Uerling def Webster/Hoover 8-2
2 Delaney Jumps/Macy Hill lost to Guerrieri/Vaziri 8-6
3 Michaelis/Stewart def Uppal/Plaster 8-0
McCook Junior Varsity 16 North Platte Junior Varsity 4
Junior Varsity Doubles
Megan Hodgson/Elsa Wilcox def States/Manzano 6-1
Brynn Golden/Olivia Koetter def States/Manzano 6-3
Kirstin Collicott/Rose Stoney lost to Uppal/Plaster 6-4
Emily Laurie/Emily Kjendal def Sonneman/Ady 6-3
Lexi Hauxwell/Joslyn Hammond def Sonneman/Ady 6-2
McKenna Cooper/Madison Cooper def Sonneman/Ady 6-2
Alexis Carney/Jackie Hinze def J. Wheeler/Mondragon 6-1
Lexi Hauxwell/Sage Graves def J. Wheeler/Mondragon 6-1
Richa Patel/Hayden Johnson def J. Wheeler/Mondragon 6-0
Elizabeth Barenberg/Kora Keslin def J. Wheeler/Mondragon 6-3
Chloe McMichael/Isabelle Beasley def Laubenstein/Dowling 6-5
Erica Hoyt/Hannah Goltl lost to Laubenstein/Dowling 6-5
Emily Alberts/Carley Peters def Connell/Coates 6-0
Melinda Gillispie/Rozelynn Latta lost to Connell/Coates 6-5
Addison Knoll/Amalia Almanza def Empfield/C. Wheeler 6-5
Karrigan Shaw/Kendra Rogers def Empfield/C. Wheeler 6-1
Grace Hoyt/Krysta Henning def Murase/Moreno 6-0
Kaedin Waugh/Carley Peters def Murase/Moreno 6-0
Madalyn Barger/Lilli Allen def Murase/Moreno 6-5
Megan Hodgson/Elsa Wilcox def Uppal/Plaster 6-0
Brynn Golden/Olivia Koetter def Sonneman/Ady 6-2
Kirstin Collicott/Rose Stoney def J. Wheeler/Mondragon 6-0
Emily Laurie/Emily Kjendal def Uppal/Plaster 6-5
Lexi Hauxwell/Joslyn Hammond def J. Wheeler/Mondragon 6-0
McKenna Cooper/Madison Cooper def Hoover/States 6-4
Alexis Carney/Jackie Hinze lost to Sonneman/Ady 6-0
Joslyn Hammond/Sage Graves def J. Wheeler/Mondragon 6-1
Richa Patel/Hayden Johnson lost to Uppal/Plaster 6-1
Elizabeth Barenberg/Kora Keslin lost to Sonneman/Ady 6-5
Chloe McMichael/Isabelle Beasley def Connell/Coates 6-2
Erica Hoyt/Hannah Goltl def Empfield/C. Wheeler 6-4
Emily Alberts/Carley Peters def Laubenstein/Dowling 6-2
Melinda Gillispie/Rozelynn Latta def Empfield/C. Wheeler 6-3
Addison Knoll/Amalia Almanza def Connell/Coates 6-3
Next Action: Tuesday host Hastings 4:00

State Farm

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