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Edina girls net 15th-straight tennis title

Gotta love (pun intended) what the Edina girl’s tennis team did Wednesday.They wrapped up their 15th straight Class AA tennis title with a win over Rochester Mayo.
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Gotta love (pun intended) what the Edina girl’s tennis team did Wednesday.They wrapped up their 15th straight Class AA tennis title with a win over Rochester Mayo.

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