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FARGO -- Grand Forks Red River will be going after its seventh straight North Dakota state girls tennis title today. The Roughriders won two matches Thursday to cruise to the final, where they will meet Bismarck Century in a rematch of the previo...

FARGO -- Grand Forks Red River will be going after its seventh straight North Dakota state girls tennis title today.

The Roughriders won two matches Thursday to cruise to the final, where they will meet Bismarck Century in a rematch of the previous five state championships.

Red River opened with a 5-0 victory against Dickinson in the quarterfinal. It then defeated Williston 5-0 in the semifinals.

Century topped Fargo South 4-1 in the quarterfinals and Minot 4-1 in the semifinals.

Dominant Red River won 20 of 21 sets on the day.

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The No. 2 seed from the East Region, West Fargo lost 3-2 against Minot in the first round. Minot senior Brianna Thomas edged West Fargo senior Sadie Doggett at No. 1 in a three-set marathon that lasted around three hours.

Thomas won by scores of 6-7 (7-5), 6-2, 7-6 (7-3).

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