By The Telegram
Five area players — two doubles teams, one singles — made the trip to Cimarron for the 3-2-1A state girls tennis tournament on Friday, and only one doubles team remains.
Greeley County's Kelcy Crittenden and Courtney Nemechek are still in the running for a fifth-place finish after losing to the team of Courtney and Allison Weber from Hillsboro, 6-1, 6-3.
Crittenden and Nemechek moved onto the fifth-place bracket and defeated Leah and Codey Davis of Wichita-The Independent, 9-5.
The duo from Greeley County will next play Amelia Fabrizius and Leah Flax from Wakeeney-Trego Community High School today.
The lone area singles player to play was also from Greeley County. Megan Reding lost her opening match to Claire Devlin of Conway Springs, 6-0, 6-1 but won her consolation bracket match against Olivia Wilson of Leavenworth, 9-4.
Scott City sent the doubles team of Krista Kuchank and Amelia Vasko to Cimarron but the duo came up empty-handed.
Kuchank and Vasko lost their opener to Gentry McLeland and Kaitlyn Robl of Ellinwood, 6-4, 6-0.
They moved onto the consolation bracket where they lost to Ashley Bruna and Addie Wassenberg of Marysville, 9-5.
See results on Scoreboard, Page B2.