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Central tops North in Grayslake battle

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Grayslake Central's girls tennis team celebrated homecoming Thursday by blanking crosstown-rival Grayslake North 7-0 in Fox Valley Conference Fox Division action.

The Rams' Nikki Tatsuguchi (No. 1), Raquel Ruiz (No. 2) and Brenda Zador (No. 3) all won their singles matches in straight sets. Grayslake Central's doubles winners were Carly Sullivan/Alexa Schneider (No. 1), Sarah Adornetto/Yuliya Mykhaylovska (No. 2), Olivia Love/Pranalee Patel (No. 3) and Ally Gately/Michelle May (No. 4).

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Libertyville 6, Mundelein 1: Halle Roach (No. 1), Aleksandra Grabowski (No. 2) and Arthi Sekharan (No. 3) lost a combined 3 games in their singles matches. Grabowski won her match, 6-0, 6-0.

Mundelein's lone win came from its No. 1 doubles team of Sara Jump/Kelly McCauley.

Carmel 4, Providence 2: The Corsairs captured the East Suburban Catholic match thanks to straight-set wins from Maddy O'Donnell (No. 2 singles), Barb Ramont (No. 3 singles), Michelle Kannenberg/Kathleen Felicelli (No. 1 doubles) and Megan Sullivan/Sarah Bowles (No. 3 doubles).

Stevenson 7, Zion-Benton 0: The Patriots dominated, winning six matches by 6-0, 6-0 finals to improve to 9-0.

Warren 5, Lake Zurich 2: Karyna Bihel (No. 1 singles) and Max Mella/Courtney Sunday (No. 1 doubles) won 6-0, 6-0 decisions for the Blue Devils in the North Suburban Lake match.

Lake Zurich's No. 4 doubles team of seniors Sarah Ditton/Rachael Repplinger prevailed in three sets.

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