North Muskegon’s girls tennis team hoisted an early season win at the Portland Invitational at Michigan State University on Saturday. 

The Norse took first place with 16 points at the indoor event while Whitehall (14) took second place. Portland (13 points) followed in third place and DeWitt (5 points) took fourth. 

Whitehall’s Vanessa Heylmun captured the No. 1 singles title with a win over North Muskegon’s Alicia Hall.

North Muskegon was led by No. 2 singles champ Claire McCall, No. 3 singles winner Lindsay Bliss while Anneka Lindsay took runner-up at No. 4 singles.

Lily Montgomery and Sarah Muzzy were runner-up at No. 1 doubles for North Muskegon and Sam Madison and Carina Steketee were runner-up at No. 3 doubles.

Second-place Whitehall was also paced by No. 4 singles winner Lauren Schneider. Riley Woodring (No. 2 singles) and Kenedy Woodring (No. 3 singes) both posted runner-up finishes for the Vikings.

Whitehall had two doubles teams finish runner-up in McKenna Hepler and Jaden Mikkelson (No. 2 doubles) and Morgan DeRose and Lily Groessl (No. 4 doubles).