Spring Lake’s varsity boys tennis team dominated Whitehall on Wednesday, winning 8-0.
The only Laker who went three sets was Trevor Zenas at third singles. He defeated Erik Butzer, 4-6, 6-3, 6-2.
Ryan Fedewa, Stuard Velarde and Kasey Panyard all won their singles matches in straight sets.
In the doubles competitions, the closest match came at No. 1, where the Lakers’ Harrison Palmer and Mitch Davis needed a second-set tiebreaker to down Jack Dillivan and Tim Hiemstra, 6-3, 7-6.
Josh Cole and Brenden Peel, Craig Pratt and Griffin Wagasky, and Blake Henning and Tyler Strandberg each won their matches easily.
In exhibition action, the Lakers’ Greg Campbell and Bricker Reed scored a 6-2, 6-0 win over Andy Tallquest and Connor Boyd. Also in exhibition play, Spring Lake’s Derek Holmes knocked off Brad Kellis, 8-0.
The Lakers will compete at Big Rapids this afternoon.
SL TENNIS WINS JAMBOREE
The Lakers cruised to an easy victory at the Tri-County Jamboree, continuing their domination of the Lakes Eight Conference this fall.
Spring Lake shot a 177, easily outdistancing second-place Fremont (203).
Anna Kramer was medalist with a 43, followed by Emma Conroy with a 44. Kayla Krueger shot a 47, and Jaedyn Shelton carded a 49.
Fruitport placed fifth with a team score of 244.
BUCS DOWN BULLDOGS
Grand Haven’s varsity girls golf team defeated Grandville on Wednesday, 193-208.
Martha Ramsey and Hailey Watkins paced the Bucs with rounds of 47. Meghan Hendrickson shot a 48, and Anna Gagnon carded a 51.
“I knew the girls are better than what they scored last week,” coach Roger Glass said. “And this is more what I expected at this point of the year from them. I’m really pleased with how Anna is playing. This is her first year on varsity, and she’s shot two 51’s for me so far. I think she’s going to get into the 40’s sometime, maybe this week.”