Monday girls tennis roundup: North Muskegon, Spring Lake and Whitehall all win

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The North Muskegon girls tennis team claimed a 6-2 win in their matchup against Fruitport on Monday.

Alicia Hall (No. 1 singles), Claire McCall (No. 2 singles) and Noa Bowen (No. 3 singles) won their singles matches for the Norse, while Hannah Kelly (No.4 singles) had the lone win for Fruitport.

Doubles winners for North Muskegon were Belles Hardman and Lily Montgomery (No.1 doubles), Gabby Gaston and Greta Goszkowicz (No. 3 doubles), Liz McNally and Lindsey Piper (No. 4 doubles). 

The team of Hope Busscher and Hannah LaBash (No. 2 doubles) were the lone winners for Fruitport.

SPRING LAKE 5, NORTHPOINTE CHRISTIAN 3 – The Lakers defeated Northpointe Christian in their girls tennis matchup Monday.

Singles winners for Spring Lake were Maddy Duer (No.3 singles), and Morgan Whitaker (No. 4 singles).

Winners in doubles for the Lakers were the teams of Adeline Shermine and Rachel Oostindie (No.1 doubles), Taylor Gates and Erika McSheehy (No.3 doubles), and lastly Mahli Braak and Abbi Perkins.

The Lakers are now 4-0 in conference play.

WHITEHALL 8, WMC 0 – The Whitehall girls tennis team dominated the court in an 8-0 win over Western Michigan Christian on Monday.
Singles winners for the Vikings were Rylee Woodring (No. 1 singles), Kennedy Woodring (No. 2 singles), Lily Groessl (No. 3 singles), and Kaysta Coats (No. 4 singles).
Doubles team winners for Whitehall were McKenna Hepler and Jaden Mikkelson (No.1 doubles), Braley Johnson and Lauren Schneider (No. 2 doubles), Chloe Christensen and Lacey Herbert (No. 3 doubles), and lastly, Sarah Vandam and Jennifer Mark (No.4 doubles).

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