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Perfect Ending to Sienko's Story

Perfect Ending to Sienko's Story
Thursday, November 1, 2012
If Michael Sienko could re-play the last three years of his school tennis career, he’d hope for them to play out the same way.   That would mean experiencing again the disappointment of falling in two straight MHSAA championship matches. But those moments of...
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Greenhills Succeeds in Drive for 5

Greenhills Succeeds in Drive for 5
Sunday, October 21, 2012
Coach Eric Gajar knew his Ann Arbor Greenhills team needed just one win on the second day of competition to clinch its fifth consecutive MHSAA Lower Peninsula title, but that was one fact he tried to keep from his players. “We didn’t tell those guys that, b...
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DCDS Claims D3 in Record-Tying Fashion

DCDS Claims D3 in Record-Tying Fashion
Saturday, October 20, 2012
Max Fliegner served up a memorable first experience with high school tennis. One of the nation's top young players helped Detroit Country Day repeat as MHSAA Lower Peninsula Division 3 champion on Saturday, winning his No. 1 singles flight to lead a Yellow Jackets do...
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It's Huron Again at Division 1 Tennis Final

It's Huron Again at Division 1 Tennis Final
Saturday, October 20, 2012
For Ann Arbor Huron, some of the faces were new. But the end result was the same at Saturday’s MHSAA Division 1 Tennis Final. The River Rats reached finals in six of eight flights and won three flight championships en route to compiling 33 points and claiming t...
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Dow Dynasty Continues at Division 2 Final

Dow Dynasty Continues at Division 2 Final
Saturday, October 20, 2012
Mark Gorte did more this fall than just help Midland Dow capture a fourth straight MHSAA Lower Peninsula tennis championship. He made some lifelong friendships that despite winning an MHSAA title made it tough to see this fall come to an end.
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Fearless Approach, Memorable Finish

Fearless Approach, Memorable Finish
Thursday, October 18, 2012
Billy Heckman has known Davis Crocker for a while. And to be honest, Heckman remembers being a little afraid of Davis’ game – the big serve and big volleys that helped the Kalamazoo Loy Norrix senior win the MHSAA Division 2 championship at No. 1 singles las...
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Finals Preview: Pushing the Powers

Finals Preview: Pushing the Powers
Thursday, October 18, 2012
Midland Dow has won three straight MHSAA tennis championships. Ann Arbor Greenhills has won four. And Detroit Country Day has finished among the top two in each of the last four seasons. To find them as favorites again at this weekend's Lower Peninsula Finals is no su...
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Patience Pays Off for Soaring Orioles

Patience Pays Off for Soaring Orioles
Friday, September 28, 2012
Ludington boys tennis coach Cliff Perez had high hopes for the future. But the challenge during the 2010 season was convincing his players to hang on for it. Two years later, his Orioles are finding out why this fall was worth a short wait.
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UP Tennis Finals: Negaunee, Westwood Reign

UP Tennis Finals: Negaunee, Westwood Reign
Thursday, May 31, 2012
Negaunee won its third straight MHSAA Upper Peninsula Division 1 boys tennis championship Wednesday at Marquette High School, and Ishpeming Westwood won its first team title, ever, in Division 2 at Iron Mountain High School.
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Game, Set, Gurnee

Game, Set, Gurnee
Thursday, November 3, 2011
The highlight of Jonathan Gurnee's tennis season, without question, was helping Midland Dow to a third-straight MHSAA Division 2 championship. But setting the state record for career singles wins was a close second.
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