Bucs' tennis finishes fourth at Holland

The rain held off for a majority of Grand Haven's trip to the Holland Quad tennis tournament on Saturday, with just a pair of matches rained out. Bucs' coach Jeremy Case said his squad was plagued by too many losses in third-set tie breakers and not enough consistent play throughout the tournament in their fourth-place finish.
Tribune Staff
Sep 26, 2011

 

The Bucs had a pair of flights win their opening-round match, including the No. 3 doubles team of Phil Chalifoux and Craig Peplinski. They fell to the host Dutch in the winner’s bracket finals, but in the consolation round, they defeated Traverse City West to finish the day 2-1.

At No. 3 singles, D.J. Thielbar defeated Holland in his first match, but then was defeated by Caledonia. His consolation match was rained out.

Winning one match apiece for the Bucs included Korey Searle at No. 2 singles; the No. 1 doubles team of Cam Rickard and Isaac Bowen; and the No. 2 doubles team of Ryan Peterson and Adam Carlisle.

 

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