Nic Parnell moved from 1 doubles to 1 singles to fill in for the injured Ryan Fedewa and played well, despite going 0-3. Gabriel Guzman also played well at No. 2 singles.
Zeeland East won the event with 18 points, followed by Holland with 15. Lowell scored seven points.
BUCS FOURTH AT HOLLAND CHRISTIAN
Grand Haven placed fourth at Saturday’s Ross Nykamp Tennis Invitational, hosted by Holland Christian, finishing with nine points.
The highlight for the Bucs came at second singles, where Korey Searle took home the flight championship.
Grand Haven’s D.J. Theilbar went 1-2 at No. 4 singles, scoring a 7-5, 6-4 win over Holland Christian.
The Bucs’ No. 1 singles team of Issac Bowen and Cam Rickard scored a win, while the No. 2 pair of Ryan Peterson and Adam Carlisle went 2-1. Phil Chalifoux and Craig Peplinski also went 2-1 at No. 3 doubles.
Sturgis won the event with 14 points, followed by Holland Christian with 13 and Mona Shores with 12.