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Girls tennis: Columbia River’s Emma Lungwitz wins 2A GSHL tennis singles title

River also wins doubles title with Morgan and Dreves

By Jeff Klein, Columbian sports staff
Published: May 10, 2024, 10:10pm

Columbia River junior Emma Lungwitz took the first step toward a third 2A state tennis tournament berth by winning the 2A Greater St. Helens League singles title at Ridgefield on Friday.

Top-seeded Lungwitz defeated teammate and No. 2 seed Jenny Serebriakova, a freshman, 6-2, 6-3 in the final.

Lungwitz had advanced with a 6-1, 6-0 win over Audrey Zdunich of R.A. Long in the semifinals. Serebriakova advanced with a 6-4, 6-0 win over Madelyn Hetland of Mark Morris.

The top doubles seed of Columbia River sophomore Annie Morgan and junior Sydney Dreves dropped just five games in four matches on their way to the championship.

Dreves and Morgan beat River seniors Shaylin Murphy and Annabella Madrigal 6-2, 6-1 in the final.

Dreves won the 2A state doubles title last year with her sister Lauren, while Lungwitz placed fourth in singles. She was sixth as a freshman.

Next week is the district tournament where Lungwitz is the defending singles champion. The top four placers at district move on to state in Seattle on May 24-25.


Two-time defending 4A state champion Hailey Kerker of Camas advanced to the 4A district final where she will face Camas teammate Avery Fisher on Saturday at Vancouver Tennis Center.

Defending state doubles champions Taryn Kerker and Fiona Zou of Camas are into the district final where they will face Union’s Lana and Kayla Saopraseuth.

The top three placers in singles and doubles advance to the bi-district tournament next Thursday and Friday at Kent.


Prairie’s Elsa Bice didn’t drop a set in advancing the district single final Saturday at Club Green Meadows.

Bice, a state qualifier last year, defeated Kelso’s Lana Osmen 6-0, 6-4 in the semifinals.

Top-seeded Bice will play No. 2 seed Addie Simonsmeier of Mountain View. Simonsmeier had to come back from a first set loss in her semifinal against Leah McReary of Kelso to advance 4-6, 6-4, 6-4.

It will be an all-Mountain View affair in the doubles final between No. 1 seed Lexi Frost and Brynn DeSantis taking on Bethany Pham and Siena Low.

The top three placers in singles and doubles advance to the bi-district tournament next Friday and Saturday at Kent.