Shorecrest’s Bella Saunders (left-right), Sophie Ivens and Kate Ivens share a laugh during Thursday’s practice at Shoreview Park in Shoreline. Saunders and Sophie placed seventh in last year’s Class 3A state doubles tournament and Kate placed eighth in the singles tournament. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Shorecrest’s Bella Saunders (left-right), Sophie Ivens and Kate Ivens share a laugh during Thursday’s practice at Shoreview Park in Shoreline. Saunders and Sophie placed seventh in last year’s Class 3A state doubles tournament and Kate placed eighth in the singles tournament. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

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