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Lake Wilson Otters wrap up league title

Posted on May 7, 2021

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SNOW HILL — The Lake Wilson Otters finished off a championship season in Wilson-Greene-Lenoir junior league tennis with an 8-1 victory over Greene County Tennis Association on Thursday.

Collins Pearson, Zach Hill, Brayden Jones, Cian Bonner and Aiden Bonner won in singles for the Otters as Pearson-Cian Bonner, Hill-Jones and Aiden Bonner-Charlie Thurston finished off with a doubles sweep.

The Otters concluded their season with an 8-1 record.

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