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Glenwood places fourth at tennis regionals; No. 4 doubles team headed to state

Glenwood's No. 4 doubles team of Rosalie Potvin and Sawyer Ross celebrate their win at the 3A regional tennis championships in Grand Junction Saturday. Potvin and Ross earned a berth to the state championships in Greeley next weekend. (PROVIDED)

Competing at the #A tennis regional championships in Grand Junction Friday and Saturday, the Glenwood Springs’ girl’s tennis team placed fourth overall in the tournament while seeing the No. 4 doubles team of Rosalie Potvin and Sawyer Ross earn a berth in the state playoffs after winning a playback match against Delta.

Outside of Potvin and Ross, senior Sophie Nelson placed third in the No. 1 singles tournament, while Nina Aley placed fourth in the No. 3 singles in Grand Junction.

In No. 1 doubles, the duo of Kelly Tran and Avery Nieslanik placed fourth in the tournament, while the No. 3 doubles team of Maritza Ruiz and Eliana Suarez placed third overall.



The doubles team of Potvin and Ross will head to Greeley next week for the 3A state championships.


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