Maddock, Grove, Uhl and Moen all regarded for Osakis

Maddock, Grove, Uhl and Moen all regarded for Osakis

Osakis sophomore Isaac Maddock came into this spring tennis season as by a long shot the most experienced player for a Silverstreaks program that began back up again interestingly since the 1990s.

Maddock showed he could be a moment competitor at the No. 1 singles spot, and he acquired Osakis’ MVP grant after a 15-2 season.

Maddock completed third in Section 8A. His solitary misfortunes were against Minnewaska’s Tate Reichmann during the ordinary season and Camden Broadwell of Thief River Falls in the Section 8A individual competition. Reichmann beat Broadwell in the individual area title prior to proceeding to dominate a game at the Class A state competition.

Behind Maddock was a gathering of newbies to serious tennis. Seniors Logan Grove and Jacob Uhl procured Osakis’ Silverstreaks Award for allowing the game an opportunity during their last season in secondary school.

Eighth-grader Bryce Moen procured Osakis’ last group grant by being named the most further developed player. Moen and Maddock are essential for the core who have the chance to return next season with Grove and Uhl being the lone seniors on the Osakis program.

This gathering of competitors performed well in the study hall where they acquired a group gold scholastic honor with a group GPA of 3.84. Forest was a scholarly all-state grant victor as a senior with a combined GPA of 3.75 or higher.

LETTER WINNERS – Logan Grove, Jacob Uhl, Connor Gulbranson, Isaac Maddock, Marcus Wolf, Jacob Taplin, Bryce Moen, Micah Moore, Tyler Stier

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