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Tim Stevens, J. Mike Blake, Clay Best, Aaron Moody, and Elliott Warnock follow all the news for high school athletes from Wake, Orange, Durham, Chatham and Johnston Counties. 

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Second-round boys team tennis matches

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The NCHSAA boys dual-team tennis playoffs continue on Tuesday. The winners advance to next week's third round. Each classification is down to 16 teams.

4-A East

New Hanover at Apex; Millbrook at Fayetteville Terry Sanford; Enloe at East Chapel Hill; Green Hope at Broughton

4-A West

Charlotte Providence at Winston-Salem Reynolds; Greensboro Page at Charlotte Myers Park; Greensboro Grimsley at Huntersville Hopewell; Charlotte Ardrey Kell at Boone Watagua

3-A East

Wilson Fike at Pikeville Aycock; Eastern Wayne at West Carteret; Southern Nash at Cardinal Gibbons; Northern Guilford at Chapel Hill

3-A West

Statesville at Concord Robinson; Marvin Ridge at Charlotte Catholic; Freedom at Asheville; Gastonia Forestview at Hickory

2-A East

Swansboro at Topsail; Roanoke Rapids at Durham School of the Arts; Greene Central at Edenton Holmes; Carrboro at Siler City Jordan-Matthews

2-A West

Trinity at Waxhaw Cuthbertson;  Shelby at North Lincoln; Salisbury at Newton-Conover; Wilkes Central at Brevard

1-A East

Riverside Martin at East Carteret; Gates at Rosewood; Raleigh Charter at Red Springs; Pender County at N.C. School of Science and Math

1-A West

Gray Stone at East Montgomery; Central Academy at Highland Tech; Mount Airy at Elkin; Winston-Salem Bishop McGuinness at Hendersonville

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About the blogger

J. Mike Blake has been the Sports Editor for The Cary News and Southwest Wake News since October 2008. He holds two "unofficial" NCHSAA records in two different sports - highest career free throw percentage (2-of-2) in basketball and fewest career singles victories (zero. sigh.) for tennis.