Tiger singles, doubles players rock

The Middlebury Union High School boys’ tennis doubles team of senior Iver Anderson and freshman Nate Cook Yoder knocked off the top seed on Sunday to claim the state championship at South Burlington’s Leddy Park — and the No. 1 seed was comprised of their MUHS senior teammates Milo Rees and Eddie Fallis, who had been rolling over their foes all spring.

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