Five from Hazen going to state

The 3A state tennis boys singles and doubles tournaments are at Kamiakin High School on May 23-24.

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Kelly Lank of Hazen High School returns a shot in her doubles match against the team from Auburn Riverside High School. Her doubles teammate was Angie Wnek.

The 3A state tennis boys singles and doubles tournaments are at Kamiakin High School on May 23-24.

Hazen’s Ryan Nagamatsu is the only Renton-area player in the boys singles tournament. Nagamatsu went 15-1 in the regular season.

Nagamatsu will face Nick Kamisar of Skyline in the first round.

Kennedy’s Connor Thorp is also in the tournament.

The doubles team of Mark Ishimitsu and Trevor Takami will face Matt Ellis and Max Franklin of Mercer Island the first round of the state tournament.

The Ishimitsu/Takami team went 6-2 in the regular season.

Mount Rainier’s team of Trevor Thompson/Trevor Larson and Kennedy’s team of Jason Lim/Frazier Chan are also in the tournament.

The 3A state tennis girls singles and doubles tournaments are at Tri-Cities Court Club in Kennewick on May 23-24.

Evergreen’s Tammy Do will represent the Seamount in the singles tournament.

Angie Wnek and Kelly Lank of Hazen will play in the doubles tournament. The two will face Sara Porteson/Liane Fijalka of Meadowdale in the first round.

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