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Mounds View wins second boys' tennis team title in five years

By Jim Paulsen, Star Tribune 06/05/2019, 10:02pm CDT

Wednesday's victory was secured in a matter-of-fact manner, missing that surge of emotion that often accompanies a championship.

Mounds Park Academy outlasts St. Paul Academy to win 1A boys' tennis title

By Joe Gunther, Star Tribune 06/05/2019, 10:01pm CDT

The Class 1A championship came down to the No. 4 singles pairing.

Trio of Alex brothers leads Mounds View into boys' tennis semifinals

By Jim Paulsen, Star Tribune 06/04/2019, 8:52pm CDT

For the past five years, it’s been impossible to talk Mounds View tennis without talking about the Alex boys, five brothers who have made an indelible mark on the Mustangs.

Eastview tennis star Gavin Young stays team-minded as he manages high expectations

By Jim Paulsen, Star Tribune 06/03/2019, 10:30pm CDT

Eastview star Gavin Young embracing role of a leader.

Minneapolis Edison tennis star's forehand, confidence rooted in having fun

By Jim Paulsen, Star Tribune 05/20/2019, 5:41pm CDT

Logan Couillard, the No. 2-ranked player in Class 1A, honed his considerable tennis skills at a north Minneapolis city park court. He's looking to shake off last season's disappointing finish and reach next month's the state tournament.

Metro boys' tennis preview: Top players and teams to watch, three story lines

By JIM PAULSEN, Star Tribune 04/10/2019, 7:43pm CDT

The state's best faces a tough section; could Edina's time be here again? Plus a wealth of young talent.

Arlina Shen, Star Tribune metro girls' tennis player of the year

By JIM PAULSEN, Star Tribune 12/17/2018, 1:53pm CST

After finishing as the Class 1A singles' runner-up to other teammates for three seasons, the Blake junior broke through in October.

Lunch together, 2A singles' title match, then back to being friends

By Jim Paulsen, Star Tribune 10/26/2018, 5:00pm CDT

Edina’s Nicole Copeland successfully defended her Class 2A championship with a victory over teammate and close friend Andrea Jansson.

Three-time runner-up from Blake breaks through as 1A singles champion

By HEATHER RULE, Special to the Star Tribune 10/26/2018, 4:58pm CDT

Emotions of joy poured out after Arlina Shen, playing on her 16th birthday, won the individual title in two sets in a match that included a 35-shot rally.

Unseeded Maple Grove freshman advances to girls' tennis semifinals

By HEATHER RULE, Special to the Star Tribune 10/25/2018, 5:46pm CDT

After not playing well at state last year, Zoe Adkins defeated two seeded opponents in the individual preliminaries on Thursday. Her challenge on Friday will be much larger, however.

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  • By JIM PAULSEN, Star Tribune 12/07/2023, 7:45am CST
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