Weekend tennis roundup: Ludington, North Muskegon, Spring Lake and Mona Shores all have strong days

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The Ludington girls tennis team took home their home tournament championship on Saturday totaling 20 points.

Hannah Glanville (No.2 singles) and Kelly McPike (No.3 singles) each took first place for their flights while MacKenzie Sarto (No.1 singles) took home second place.

All four doubles teams took first place in their flights for Ludington. The winning teams were Lillian Kolb and Emma McKinley (No.1 doubles), Rachel Sarto and Shara Varenhorst (No.2 doubles), Gracie Higley and Morgan Sanocki (No.3 doubles) along with the team of Meg Ruba and Sophia Sarto (No.4 doubles).

NORTH MUSKEGON GOES 1-0-2 – The North Muskegon girls tennis team defeated Grant 7-1 while tying NorthPointe Christian 4-4 and Grand Rapids West Catholic 4-4.

Alicia Hall (No.1 singles) and Noa Bowen (No.2 singles) each went 3-0 on the day for the Norse.

Going 2-1 for North Muskegon were Francine Vinson (No.4 singles) and the doubles teams of Gabby Gaston and Sarah Muzzy (No.1 doubles), Ella Tarrant and Anna Toebe (No.3 doubles) and Marilyn Gaston and Greta Goszkowicz (No.4 doubles).

North Muskegon is now 2-0-2 on the season.

SPRING LAKE TAKES SECOND – The Spring Lake girls tennis team took second place at the Whitehall quad.

Morgan Whitaker (No.4 singles) along with the team of Kyla Kobylak and Lily Schafer (No.4 doubles) each took home first place in their flight.

Taking home second place in their respective flight were Maddy Duer (No.2 singles), Gabriella Bush (No.3 singles) along with the teams of Zoe Walters and Taylor Gates (No.1 doubles), Allie Peasley and Lucy Hylant (No.2 doubles), Mahli Braak and Zoe Ruffing (No.3 doubles).

MONA SHORES 6, GRAND HAVEN 2 – Winning singles matches for Mona Shores on Saturday were Riley Trygstad (No.1 singles), Holli Brus (No.2 singles) and Linden Gentzkow (No.3 singles).

Victorious doubles teams for the Sailors were the teams of Rebecca Powell and Michaela Sander (No.2 doubles), Ella Wasserman and Kyanne Hellmann (No.3 doubles) Jenna Carmean and Ella Koch (No.4 doubles).

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