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BAKER TENNIS: Baker, Pendleton divide

By Gerry Steele

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Baker split a nonleague tennis match against Pendleton Monday at the Ash Grove Complex.

Baker swept the boys half of the action 4-0, but lost the girls varsity play 3-2.

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