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The Gazette Girls' Tennis Peak Performer: Payton Fielding, Cheyenne Mountain

Sports: Gazette Preps : Other Thu, May 28, 2015 - 10:21 PM 0

Payton Fielding had stood on the courts of the 4A state girls' tennis tournament in Pueblo before. She had celebrated two individual victories to earn 4A state titles in her freshman and sophomore years and team wins in...

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