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Chelsea girls’ tennis celebrated two championships with two different squads this week when the modified team claimed the SEC White title and the Bulldogs varsity tournament team won another D3 regional title for the Bulldogs.

The Bulldogs ran away with the D3 regional title with 32 points to easily outdistance second place Grosse Ile with 19.

Chelsea claimed all eight regional flight titles on its way to the regional crown.

The Bulldogs dominated the singles, losing just four games in the championship matches of the flights.

Anne-Marie Begola, Samantha Bieber, Josie Jackson, and Cyprus Gabriel-Menegay all cruised to regional titles.

The doubles teams were just as successful with Meghan Bareis/Haley Hopkins, Brenna Taylor/Lucy Taylor, Ellie Kuck/Libby Timberlake, and Sage Gabriel-Menegay/Brooklyn Angel all rolled to doubles titles.

The team will take part in the D3 state finals in Kalamazoo May 31-June 1.

The Chelsea modified varsity team finished a perfect 5-0 to clinch the SEC White title by beating Pinckney 7-1 this week.

Beginning this season, the SEC made a rule that in order to win all league honors a team has to participate in all league matches. The Chelsea girls’ team is deep enough to have a tournament team and the modified team to play in the SEC White. The league title is the 11th in a row for Chelsea girls’ tennis.

Picking up singles wins for the Bulldogs were Timberlake, Seffi Berg, and Lilly Snyder.

Doubles wins went to Sage Gabriel-Menegay/Brooklyn Angel, Elizabeth McGuire/Sara Martin, Natalie Boos/Megan Brown, and Kassidy Grossman/Elizabeth Lane. The lone Bulldogs loss was a tough three set tiebreaker defeat by Ellie Kuck.

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