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BEAVERTON — Corvallis High's Anna Kern defeated her sister, Tessa, to take the 5A girls state singles title at Tualatin Tennis Center.

The Spartans were able to hold off Summit to take their third straight 5A girls team title. Crescent Valley was third.

Anna, the top seed, took a 6-3, 6-3 win over No. 2 seed Tessa.

It was Anna's first state title. She finished second last year, losing to four-time champion Madisyn Bryant of Marist.

"This year’s final was different because last year I didn’t really expect to win, I was the freshman and my opponent was the senior. I was definitely the underdog," Anna Kern said.

"This year I won districts so I had a little bit of an advantage. I approached the match with a different mindset which really helped me."

Anna said she and her sister had colds.

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"Tessa has been sick since districts, I think she spread it to me," Anna Kern said. "It was not our best match."

The Spartans' top-seeded doubles team of Catrina Liner and Courtney Romrell wound up finishing second after losing to unseeded Madi Sebulsky and Sophie Wecker of Summit.

Colleen Corrigan and Olivia McGough of CHS took the consolation title with a 6-1, 4-6, 6-3 win over Lauren and Claire Eagen of Marist.

The Crescent Valley boys were second to Summit in the 5A team race. 

CV's Peter Cerdans, the fourth seed, won the 5A boys singles third place match by defeating No. 3 Dante DeSimone of Sandy, 3-6, 6-1, 7-6 (2).

CV's Nathan Liu and Jeff Wang, the No. 3 seeds, fell to No. 4 Owen Dirienzo and Nur Shelton of Ashland, 6-2, 6-4 and finished in fourth.

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