Parchment High School
Varsity Mens Tennis
Parchment Indoor Invitational
at the Michigan Athletic Club, East Lansing
Forest Hills Eastern 49
Flint Powers 45
Essexville Garber 33
Bay City Central 30
Big Rapids 28
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#1 Singles 8th
#2 Singles 2nd
#3 Singles 6th
#4 Singles 3rd
#1 Doubles 1st
#2 Doubles 2nd
#3 Doubles 5th
#4 Doubles 5th
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NATE BONNEY: Bonney was half of Parchment's number 1 doubles team that won three straight tennis matches and didn't lose a set at the Parchment indorr invitational. Bonney's a four year varsity player and one of the captains of coach Don Stow Jr.'s Panthers.
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MATT CHAPPELL: Also half of Parchment's number 1 doubles tennis team, Chappell and his partner defeated Flint Powers in the championship match of the Parchment Invitational. Chappell, who made the switch from singles, is a four-year varsity player and captain.
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What is a Champion?
A Championís Creed...
- Champions get up one more time than they have been knocked down.
- Champions give their all no matter the score.
- Champions do what is right even when it hurts.
- Champions know winning is not necessarily measured by the final score.
- Champions take a stand for what is right, even when they stand alone.
- Champions see every challenge as an opportunity.
- Champions make those around them better.
- Champions do the right thing even when no one is watching.
- Champions dedicate themselves to prepare for success.
- Champions put the success of others above individual achievement.
- Champions understand winning is not the only thing.
- Champions live by a higher personal standard.
- Champions stand firm when others around them fall.
- Champions live what they speak and speak what they live.
- Champions lay down their own desires for the benefit of others.
- Champions willingly accept responsibility, and graciously deflect honor.
- Champions never sacrifice what is best for something good.
- Champions may fail...but they never quit.
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