Parchment High School
Varsity Mens Tennis
April 29, 2006
Lansing Catholic Central 19
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#1 Singles 2-1
#2 Singles 0-3
#3 Singles 1-2
#4 Singles 2-1
#1 Doubles 2-1
#2 Doubles 3-0
#3 Doubles 2-1
#4 Doubles 2-1
Coach T's comments: Cold weather but some hot tennis. P-town squared off against some of the best division 3 talent in the state and not only did they hold their own, but they actually dominated at times throughout this cold (but dry) Saturday. Two dubs brought home some tin. I'm not sure if anyone else did though because I fell asleep in the car waiting for the last match of the day to finish. For those of you who go next year, here's a quick tip. Go right out of Greenhill then left on Plymouth if you want to find the nearest McDonalds. Joan was awesome with the breakfast burritos. MC had a looooong day given that he only got to play one full match but his attitude was first rate as nobody cheered harder all day than MC. Thanks to Alex's aunt, uncle, and cousins for skipping their upnorth trip to stay in Ann Arbor and be great fans. So when do the next state rankings come out?!?! Oh, and as for the Alex update, after going 2-1 this weekend I have him down for a 17-4 overall record.
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