Clark Fork’s Williams, Simko stay alive in 1A tennis consolation round

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EAGLE — The Clark Fork boys doubles duo Wesley Simko and Blaine Williams are still in the running at the 1A State Tennis Consolation Championship after beating 1A District 1-2 champions from CDA Charter 8-3 on Friday,

Simko and Williams fell in the first round, 3-6, 3-6.

Over in girls tennis action, Wesley’s sister Lily and Ellie Kiebert drew Parma’s defending champions in the first round, which led to 0-6 losses in straight sets. Simko and Kiebert lost to a team from Goodings 3-8 to end the season.

Simko and Williams will play at Eagle Tennis Club. Time is TBA due to Friday’s rainstorms.

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