The Bucs’ Korey Searle, Finn Heins, Varun Biddanda and Jeff Stevens each won their singles matches.
In doubles play, Cam Rickard and D.J. Thielbar won at No. 1; Ryan Peterson and Craig Peplinski didn’t lose a game at No. 2; Adam Carlisle and Reid Murphy were victorious at No. 3; and Bryce Peterson and Evan Miller won at No. 4.
“We did what we needed to do tonight,” said Bucs’ coach Jeremy Case, whose team is now 3-2 in league play and 3-3 overall.
Grand Haven travels to Zeeland West today for its final dual match of the season.