Petoskey stones Bucs', Lakers' tennis

Petoskey dominated the field at Wednesday's Grand Haven Buccaneers' tennis quad, scoring 23 points. The host Bucs and the Lakers of Spring Lake tied for second with 11 points each, while Muskegon Catholic placed fourth with three points. Petoskey won all four singles flights and also took first in three of the four doubles flights. Grand Haven's No. 2 doubles pair of Adam Carlisle, a sophomore, and Ryan Peterson, a junior, broke up a Petoskey sweep by winning their flight.
Tribune Staff
Aug 25, 2011

 

The Bucs’ Carlisle and Peterson actually lost their head-to-head match with Petoskey’s Brandon Pomranse and Mitch Reynolds, 5-7, 6-4, 12-10, but went on to score wins over Spring Lake’s Harrison Palmer and Stuart Velarde, 6-1, 7-6 (0).

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