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HS Boys Tennis: Legacy seeks fourth straight West Region Tournament championship

In boys high school tennis, the Legacy Sabers will go into the this week's WDA tournament with the No. 1 seed, but the championship is far from decided.

The Sabers are going for their fourth straight region tournament championship.

One of the tougher opponents Legacy will face is No. 3 seed: Williston.

On Aug. 31, the Sabers went to Williston and won 7-2, but that was a really close match and could have gone either way.

"[Williston] is one of the best in the West," Legacy's No. 1 rated single players Michael Janes said. "They were pretty good competition. We had some guys have some pretty close matches and they ended up pulling through. It was a good match. I feel like we were just stronger that day."

On the singles side, Michael Janes looks to repeat as singles champ.

The tournament starts on Thursday in Minot.


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