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            CBHS - Wolves' Tennis Wall of Fame

Colby Kraft - 2019
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Colby, a four year Varsity player and four time varsity letter winner for the Wolves was a three time ALL-STATE player. Colby was also ALL-Conference all four years he played for the Wolves and earned the Top Doubles players award for the team all four years he played with Dawson Matt (Frosh-Junior) and Colten Barsness as a senior. When he was a freshman, he and Matt finished 2nd in doubles at the NW Divisional tournament. As a sophomore and junior, he and Matt clairmed the Divisional Championship both years. Then as a senior he and Barsness finished 2nd at the Divisional tournament. Colby was a three time state placer earning 3rd in 2017, 4th in 2018 and 5th in 2019. He led his team as a Captain in his junior and senior season. Nate was a strong team leader for the Wolves teams as he played with class and was a great example of Wolves Sportsmanship, Pride & Tradition. Colby also led in the classroom being selected as an Academic ALL-State winner all four years he played. The CBHS tennis coaching staff say, "Thank You Colby!" and Welcome him into the Wolves' Tennis Wall of FAME!
Kraft Family a State Doubles tradition!
Younger Colby Kraft
Colby & Pops
Colby & Dad (Bret) always a threat! Both played for the Wolves and both placed at their respective Divisional Tournaments as a doubles player
Quality strokes, half-volleys, volleys, overheads, forehand, backhands - it didn't matter!
Solid backhand!


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