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Boys team champs make their superiority clear

By JIM PAULSEN, Star Tribune, 06/05/24, 7:15PM CDT

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Wayzata clinched 2A early against Rochester Mayo, and St. Paul Academy won its third 1A title in a row by rolling over Breck.


Thomas Prondzinski, left, and Ethan Turunen, Wayzata's second doubles team, react to scoring against Rochester Mayo during the Class 2A team final. (Renee Jones Schneider, Star Tribune)

The individual competition begins Thursday and leads to championship matches Friday.

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