Locals compete at state tennis tourney

Auburn Mountainview
Auburn Mountainview's Maggie Henderson begins play in her fourth Washington State 3A championship tourney on Friday.
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Auburn Mountainview senior Maggie Henderson wrapped up her prep tennis career last weekend at the state girls 3A tournament in the Tri-Cities.

Henderson finished 1-2 in the tourney. As a freshman and sophomore, she competed alongside her older sister, Molly, in doubles play. She was the Lions’ No. 1 singles player for the past two seasons.

Henderson won her opening match to Shea Wojciehowski of Lakeside 7-6 (7-3), 6-2, 7-6 (7-3), 6-2, before falling to the eventual state champion, Nora Tan from Mercer Island, 6-1, 6-0 in the second round.

In the consolation brackets, Henderson fell 6-4, 6-2 to Meera Limaye of Shorecrest.

Also competing in the 3A tourney was the Auburn Mountainview doubles team of seniors Alicia Jow and Nichola Usher, who went 0-2.

In the 4A girls competition, Auburn sophomore and No. 1 singles player Lauren Thornquist went 0-2.

In the 4A boys competition, Auburn Riverside’s doubles team of seniors Jarad Schraeder and Dylan Vickers went 1-2, winning their second-round consolation bracket match against Kamiak’s Andrew Lee and Dominic Lee 6-4, 4-6, 6-4.

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