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Edgewood, Waunakee earn titles in Badger Conference Boys Tennis Tournament

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MADISON, Wis. (WKOW) -- When it comes to boys tennis in the Badger Conference, everyone is chasing Madison Edgewood and Waunakee.

Highlighted by four flight victories, the Crusaders captured the Badger South title for the ninth straight year, eight of those times outright. 

Cecil Lingard won his third No. 1 singles match, 7-6(4), 7-6(5), over longtime friend Calvin Schneider, last year's No. 1 singles champion.

Christopher Boll won the No. 3 singles title. In doubles, No. 2 duo Kurtis Thelen and Bryce Kessel and No. 3 duo Hunter Stracka and Peter Sviatoslavsky brought in two more victories for Edgewood. 

Waunakee, the Badger North champs, have won outright or shared titles for the eighth straight year. 

In No. 1 doubles, James Paradisin and Austin Zellner upended Monona Grove's top-seeds Andrew Zhou and Jacob Munz, 7-6(7), 6-1.Their lone flight victory helped Waunakee capture the team title over second-place Sauk Prairie. 

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