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State tournament preview: Defending champs Breck and Minnetonka are back and loaded

By JIM PAULSEN, Star Tribune, 10/25/22, 9:30AM CDT


The Mustangs are toughened by a difficult schedule and a transfer; the Skippers just don’t lose.

Minnetonka’s Kelsey Phillips is the top seed in the Class 2A girls’ tennis tournament. (Jeff Wheeler, Star Tribune)

“We feel good right now. We might have gotten our butts kicked few times, but here we are.” — Breck coach Katie Wessman about the team's difficult schedule

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