The Pirates competed in a triangular against Delano and Litchfield on August 31. Their last time out, Crookston went 2-1 in a quadrangular, but could not find a rhythm and lost both matches.

    The Pirates competed in a triangular against Delano and Litchfield on August 31. Their last time out, Crookston went 2-1 in a quadrangular, but could not find a rhythm and lost both matches.    

    Against Delano, the Pirates lost in sets 4-3 with a few close matches making the difference.    

    Ally Tiedemann lost her first set 6-2, but recovered to win the second and take the third set tiebreaker to win the match for first singles.   

    Hayden Winjum won her match in the fourth singles category winning both sets.    

    The second doubles team of Nissa Brekken and Emily Barrus won a close first set, lost the second and won the third set tiebreaker 12-10.   

    The Pirates dropped matches in the second and third singles and the first and third doubles.    

    The matches against Litchfield did not go Crookston’s way dropping all seven.    

    The only match to win a set was the third doubles team of Elysa Christensen and Hannah Street.    

    The duo won the first set 6-4, but lost the second set 7-5 and also lost the third set tiebreaker by a score of 10-8.    

    Crookston will look to rebound as they face Moorhead today in Moorhead.