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O'Donnell, Carmel outlast Fenwick

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Maddy O'Donnell outlasted her opponent in three sets at No. 2 singles to help Carmel earn a 4-2 victory over Fenwick in girls tennis action on Tuesday.

The Corsairs picked up straight-set wins in doubles from Michelle Kannenberg/Kathleen Felicelli (No. 1), Sarah Bowles/Megan Sullivan (No. 2) and Ruthie Firnbach/Megan Healy (No. 3)

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Lake Forest 7, Libertyville 0: The Wildcats' No. 4 doubles team of Mallory Rasmussen/Arthi Sekharan lost in three sets.

Grayslake North 4, Lakes 3: The Knights received doubles wins from Cayla Doyle/Rachel Crutcher (No. 1), Alex Williams/Hannah Collins (No. 2) and Lisa Szini/Caitlyn Sinclair (No. 3). Grayslake North's Erin Hendrix won at No. 3 singles.

Lakes won first and second singles with Stephanie Lass and Haley Fischer, respectively. Lass outlasted Nathalia Moran 6-3, 7-5.

"Stephanie played a great game," Eagles coach Bryan Plinske said. "She combined power with angles. Stephanie tried to make Nathalia move for every shot. Stephanie would play with consistency until she found an opening and then unleash. Her serves were also a big weapon in the match."

Fischer beat Kaitlyn Christiansen 6-2, 7-6.

"Haley used spin and her drop shot to keep Kaithlyn off balance," Plinske said. "Haley would draw Kaitlyn up to the net and hit an offensive lob or blast a groundstroke to the backhand side."

Lake Zurich 7, Zion-Benton 0: The Bears lost only six games.

Lake Zurich (5-3, 2-1 NSC Lake) got 6-0, 6-0 wins from Arianna Soheil (No. 2 singles), Mi Jin Han/Stephanie Johnson (No. 3 doubles) and Hannah Brodner/Rachael Repplinger (No. 4 doubles).

Wauconda 6, Round Lake 1: Round Lake's lone win came from Daniela Aviles, who defeated Kasey Cabanban 6-1, 3-6, 6-4 at No. 1 singles.

Wauconda's Maddy Kleiner (No. 2) won in three sets at No. 2. Wauconda swept all four doubles matches. Ally Kleiner/Jenna Heck won at No. 1, while Alex O'Day/Danielle Sturm didn't lose a game at No. 2.

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