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Tommy Matoska of Catholic Memorial capped a decorated tennis career by winning two matches at the WIAA Division 2 state tennis meet in Madison over the weekend. He ultimately fell in the third round to Jack Collison of University School in straight sets after recording a pair of straight-set victories of his own. Collison was seeded third. To get that far, Matoska downed sixth-seeded Zach Janssen of Notre Dame, 6-3, 6-2.

The unseeded Matoska won another match in the back draw over seventh-seeded Tommy Calvy of University School before falling in the fifth-place match to fifth-seeded Cecil Lingard of Edgewood.

Matoska's career includes the only WIAA tennis state championship in CMH history, won two years ago in doubles with partner Mike Mirsberger. He finished second in the state doubles final last year with Christian Erickson.

CMH did have a fourth-place finisher in doubles this year, with Andrew Diedrich and Mitchell Teutberg falling in the third-place match in straight sets. The team lost in the semifinals to eventual champs Charlie Parish and Isaac Hingtgen of Notre Dame, 6-4, 7-6 (3).

Ben Graichen and Hunter Louis of Waukesha South won a tense 6-3, 6-7 (7), 10-4 victory in the first round of the Division 1 doubles field, and Riley Teutschmann of South lost in the first round in singles.