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TRIBUNE PHOTO: DIEGO G. DIAZ - Dylan King of Grant, serving his way to the PIL singles title, is the No. 1 seed in the Class 6A tournament that starts Thursday.Brackets are set for the Oregon School Activities Association state tennis championships.


The Class 6A tournament takes place at Tualatin Hills Racquet Club Thursday through Saturday.

The 4A/3A/2A/1A tourney will be played at Oregon State University Friday and Saturday.

  • BOYS

    Grant junior Dylan King is seeded No. 1 in the Class 6A tournament. Westview senior Avi Vemuri is No. 2, Jesuit junior Andrew Newell is No. 3, and Century junior Tommy Edwards is No. 4. Newell defeated Vemuri in the 2014 semifinals.

    • Oregon Episcopal School senior Matthew Sipowicz is the top seed for the 4A/3A/2A/1A boys tourney. Matt Biggi, a Valley Catholic junior, is No. 2. Sipowicz will be gunning for his third consecutive state title.

    • In the 6A boys doubles bracket, the top seeds are Jesuit's Tommy Mulflur, a junior, and Michael Quinn, a sophomore. Lincoln sophomores Brady Wilson and Elliot Nuss are the No. 4 seed.

    • For 4A/3A/2A/1A doubles, senior Sam Schrott and junior Ian McClanan of Catlin Gabel are the No. 1 seed, and OES sophomores Alex Olander and Sam Berger are seeded second.

  • GIRLS

    In 6A, Bess Waldrom, a junior at Jesuit, is the top seed, followed by Central Catholic senior Elizabeth Johnson and Grant junior Kali McCollister.

    • In 4A/3A/2A/1A, Catlin Gabel's Lara Rakocevic, a junior, has drawn the No. 1 seed, and Riverdale junior Michelle Ly is No. 3. Rakocevic has won the title the past two years.

    • The No. 1 6A doubles team is from Lincoln -- Taylor Rees, a senior, and Emily Rees, a sophomore. Jesuit has the No. 3 seed in junior Nicole Peterson and sophomore Danielle Larner. The Rees sisters were second last year, losing to a pair of Jesuit seniors.

    • In 4A/3A/2A/1A, the OES team of senior Natalie Berger and junior Rachael Haugh is in the No. 1 position, and fellow Aardvarks Colette Au and Lauren Ninkovich, both seniors, are No. 3.

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