Parchment High School
Varsity Mens Tennis
April 11, 2006
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#1 Doubles 1st
#2 Doubles 1st
#3 Doubles 2nd
#4 Doubles 2nd
#5 Doubles 1st
Coach T's comments: Hey singles. Sorry I didn't make it to Markin Glen Park. As it was I barely made it to PHS for the doubles play. What I saw was some pretty rusty tennis. It was very windy at times and you could tell that many players were still getting their wind legs under them. I did see some great hustle, especially from the lower seeded players and some exceptional tennis (at times). I also saw a huge amount of fan support (yeah Parchment) and a very very well run 4 team tennis tournament (yeah again Parchment). But in the end the smell of hotdogs, combined with my grumbling stomach, led me to abandon the courts in favor of a quick drive home to eat dinner and start working on this web page. So someone tell me, did we win? As for Alex and 1 doubles, they beat KC 6-2, 6-4, beat Berrien Springs 8-1, and beat Ottawa Hills 8-0. That's 3-0 raising Alex's season match record to 11-1.
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