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Rams, Demons tennis players shoot for state

The Glenwood Springs and Roaring Fork girls tennis players can extend their season this weekend, but it won’t come easily.Both teams, along with nine other squads, start the two-day Class 4A Western Regional today at 8 a.m. in Delta. The top two players in each division advance to next weekend’s state tournament in Pueblo.”Any one of our singles players – they all have the potential to do something great,” Glenwood coach Phyllis Zilm said. “It’s just a matter of whether they are going to pull it together at the moment they need to.”The No. 2 doubles team of Cassie Croissant and Maggie Tolan have the best record on the Demons team, entering the tournament at 6-2. Singles players Roni St. Pierre (No. 2), a Rifle student who plays for Glenwood, and Caitlyn Fowler (No. 3) enter with 5-5 records.Other Glenwood players in action today include No. 1 singles player Jackie Weast; No. 1 doubles, Cheree Carver and Kari Nesbit; No. 3 doubles, Stacey Miller and Tamara Flanery; and No. 4 doubles, Charlie Echeverria and Megan McGavock.Sarah Armstrong enters as Roaring Fork’s No. 1 singles player, followed by Renee French and Erica Pelland at Nos. 2 and 3. In doubles play, Autumn Evans and Crystal Werner are the No. 1 team. The other Rams doubles teams are: No. 2, Ashley Jammaron and Kate Thayn; No. 3, Kali Chestnut and Gilda Flores; and No. 4, Tasha Koziel and Stacia Comings.

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