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WORTH THE WAIT

Above, (clockwise from left) Aya Sugimoto, Central Kitsap tennis coach Ken Allen, Corinne Wurden and Sachi Sugimoto take a moment to enjoy their 4A state championship trophy, which was finally unveiled Thursday at Hakata Japanese Restaurant. In addition to the team title, Wurden and Aya won the doubles crown. Below, moms Chiyuki Sugimoto and Carol Wurden got the honors of unwrapping the trophy. - Aaron Managhan/staff photos
Above, (clockwise from left) Aya Sugimoto, Central Kitsap tennis coach Ken Allen, Corinne Wurden and Sachi Sugimoto take a moment to enjoy their 4A state championship trophy, which was finally unveiled Thursday at Hakata Japanese Restaurant. In addition to the team title, Wurden and Aya won the doubles crown. Below, moms Chiyuki Sugimoto and Carol Wurden got the honors of unwrapping the trophy.
— image credit: Aaron Managhan/staff photos

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