The last time Crookston faced off against East Grand Forks, the Pirates won in convincing fashion 6-1. This time around, the result was nearly identical with Crookston taking the match 5-2.

    The last time Crookston faced off against East Grand Forks, the Pirates won in convincing fashion 6-1. This time around, the result was nearly identical with Crookston taking the match 5-2.    

    The Pirates won three of the four singles matches with Ally Tiedemann, Jaeden Lizakowski and Hayden Winjum dominating their matches not dropping a single set.    

    Winning two of the three doubles matches ensured Crookston their second victory over the Green Wave in less than a month.   

    The first doubles team of Amy Follette and Catherine Tiedemann won their match in two sets.    

    Elysa Christensen and Hannah Street played a close third doubles match. After losing the first set, the team forced a tiebreaker in the second set in which they won. They then proceeded to take the third set tiebreaker by a score of 10-8 to win the match.    

    Crookston next travels to Detroit Lakes for a triangular against Detroit Lakes and Wadena-Deer Creek today, Friday. The matches will start at 2:30 p.m. Then on Saturday, the Pirates will participate in a quadrangular in Alexandria on Saturday, September 9 starting at 10 a.m.