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Three teams from Columbus advance to GHSA tennis semifinals

COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) -

Three high school tennis teams from Columbus earned spots in the GHSA state semifinals with victories on Wednesday.

The Brookstone Lady Cougars swept all five matches versus Pinecrest Academy in the Class A Private School tournament. They will face either Athens Academy or Walker next week in the semis.

The Brookstone boys also advanced. The Cougars defeated Landmark Christian 4-1 to earn their semifinal matchup versus either Paideia or Mount Paran.

The Columbus Lady Blue Devils swept Dunwoody 3-0 at Lakebottom Park to earn a spot in the Class AAAAA semifinals. Columbus will face Cambridge for the right to advance to the finals.

The Columbus boys team not as fortunate. The Blue Devils were eliminated by Lakeside-Evans, 4-0.

The GHSA tennis finals are scheduled for Saturday, May 7 at Clayton County International Park in Jonesboro.

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