Klahowya's Landram wins back-to-back titles

Girls tennis player Tracy Landram is back in the winner’s circle.

The Klahowya Secondary School junior clinched her second straight Class 2A singles title with a win against Abigail Pellett of Ellensburg High School last Saturday on the University of Washington campus.

Landram ousted Pellett 6-0, 6-0 to sweep the final match and take home first place at the state tournament.

The Eagles standout didn’t lose a set in her four victories at the two-day event. She defeated Mariel McCown of Anacortes High School, Isabelle Long of Interlake High School (Bellevue), KC McConnell of Clarkston High School and Pellett each in two-set sweeps.

Landram won her first state title last year and finished second as a freshman.


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