Joe Kaldestad and partner Jeremy Schnurman (not pictured), the Tides’ No. 1 doubles team, fought its way through the loser’s bracket at the West Central District tennis tournament over the weekend to earn the sixth and final spot to the 4A state tournament.
Joe Kaldestad and partner Jeremy Schnurman (not pictured), the Tides’ No. 1 doubles team, fought its way through the loser’s bracket at the West Central District tennis tournament over the weekend to earn the sixth and final spot to the 4A state tournament. JON MANLEY Staff writer
Joe Kaldestad and partner Jeremy Schnurman (not pictured), the Tides’ No. 1 doubles team, fought its way through the loser’s bracket at the West Central District tennis tournament over the weekend to earn the sixth and final spot to the 4A state tournament. JON MANLEY Staff writer

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