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Feige, Watertown Tied for lead at Boys State Tennis



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There a 3-way tie for the team lead after day one of the boys state tennis tournament in Sioux Falls. Watertown's Jordan Feige rallied to win his singles match over Mitchell's Jacob Cersosimo as the Arrows amassed 332 points and are tied with O'Gorman and RC Stevens. The earlier 5-way tied that was reported was incorrect.

Team and flights champions will all be determined Saturday at McKennan Park.
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