Clarambeau wins first school tennis league title

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Clarambeau wins first school tennis league title

Seniors Chloe Clarambeau (left) and Valerie Entenmann celebrate earning All-League honors at the Metro league tennis championship Wednesday, May 22.

Seniors Chloe Clarambeau (left) and Valerie Entenmann celebrate earning All-League honors at the Metro league tennis championship Wednesday, May 22.

IMAGE / Coach Cory Fisher

Seniors Chloe Clarambeau (left) and Valerie Entenmann celebrate earning All-League honors at the Metro league tennis championship Wednesday, May 22.

IMAGE / Coach Cory Fisher

IMAGE / Coach Cory Fisher

Seniors Chloe Clarambeau (left) and Valerie Entenmann celebrate earning All-League honors at the Metro league tennis championship Wednesday, May 22.

Senior Chloe Clarambeau has left a legacy at Kearsley High School.

Clarambeau is the first girls tennis player at Kearsley to win a league singles flight.

On her way to winning the first flight league championship, Clarambeau won her first round and semifinal matches by only losing three games.

As the No. 2 seed, Clarambeau met Clio senior Yasmeen Haddad, the No. 1 seed, in the title match.

Clarambeau defeated Haddad in two sets 6-2, 6-4.

But that’s not all for the Hornets, senior Valerie Entenmann finished runner-up  in the No. 2 singles flight.

After winning her first round, Entenmann was down early in the semifinal but came back to win 3-6, 6-4, 6-0 to advance to the championship match, where she lost 6-1, 6-0.

Kearsley placed fourth with nine points in the league championship.

Holly took first with 28 points.

Overall, Kearsley finished its league season in fourth place with 15 points.

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