Best foot forward

Aching toe doesn't stop Wykert from clinching spot in RMAC finale for Mesa

Skyler Nelson of Colorado Mesa, right, returns a shot during her No. 2 doubles match with partner Kristyn Wykert, left, on Saturday in the RMAC Championships at the Elliott Tennis Center. The Mavericks defeated Colorado Christian and Metro State to reach today’s title match against Western New Mexico at 9 a.m.



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Skyler Nelson of Colorado Mesa, right, returns a shot during her No. 2 doubles match with partner Kristyn Wykert, left, on Saturday in the RMAC Championships at the Elliott Tennis Center. The Mavericks defeated Colorado Christian and Metro State to reach today’s title match against Western New Mexico at 9 a.m.

The big toe on her left foot hurt so bad, Kristyn Wykert wanted to cry. Finally, after a three-hour match Saturday afternoon that clinched the Colorado Mesa University women’s tennis…




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