Lakeview boys' tennis advances to state for 7th straight season

Lakeview boys' tennis advances to state for 7th straight season

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Lakeview boys' tennis advances to state for 7th straight season

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The Lakeview boys’ tennis team qualified for the Michigan High School Athletic Association State Finals for the seventh consecutive season on Thursday.

The Division 2 eighth-ranked Spartans finished second at the Portage Northern regional with a team score of 15. Portage Central won the regional with 29 points, while Gull Lake finished seventh with six and Battle Creek Central was ninth.

Lakeview had a trio of runner-up finishes at doubles from tandems Mat Denison and Stan Lassen (No. 1 doubles), Jacob Derry and Tyler Horan (No. 2 doubles) and John Ryan and Ed Ryan (No. 4 doubles). The Spartans’ Cameron Babas placed third at No. 3 singles.

“We knew it was going to be tough in this regional because Portage Central is No. 2 in Division 2 and Zeeland East cmae down and they finished a couple points short,” said Lakeview head coach Mike McGinnis. “We didn’t score a lot of points, but the points were low because the competition was so balanced out after Portage Central.”

The Spartans move on to the Division 2 finals at Holly/Fenton (at Holly High Shool, Fenton High School, and Genesys Athletic Club), Oct. 19-20.

VOLLEYBALL

(At) Climax-Scotts 3, Jackson Christian 1: Climax-Scotts won by scores of 25-13, 25-14, 25-27 and 25-13.

The Panthers (20-9-4) were led by Fallon Froberg with 19 kills; Destiny Froberg had 13 digs and 14 aces; and Taylor Macomber had 33 assists.

Olivet tri-meet: Olivet defeated Springport (25-15, 25-11) and Vandercook Lake (25-15, 25-19).

The Eagles (8-12-2) were led by Aleena Janousek with 16 kills; Lauren Westlake had 16 digs and two aces; Kaylyn Westlake had 23 assists; and Kayla Redfield had three blocks.

Mendon 3, (At) Bronson 1: Class D third-ranked Mendon defeated Class C honorable mention Bronson by scores of 25-22, 25-20, 18-25 and 25-21.

The Vikings were led by Kylei Ratkowski with nine kills and 20 digs; Skyler Sobeski had seven kills, 22 digs and two blocks; Mallorie Bassage had six kills, three digs and one block; Emily Mayes had three kills and two blocks; Alexa Ratkowski had 22 assists, two kills and three digs; and Kassidy Bystry had 23 digs and three aces.

Mendon 3, Athens 0 (Wed.): Class D third-ranked Mendon defeated Class D honorable mention Athens by scores of 25-18, 25-17 and 26-24.

The Indians (26-12-3) were led by Chantelle Davenport with eight kills and 12 digs; Teasha Swank had nine digs, three kills and three blocks; and Valerie Rubley had 13 assists and 14 digs.

BOYS’ SOCCER

(At) Coldwater 8, Three Rivers 0: Coldwater’s Nooh Aljabaly had three goals in the mercy-rule victory to help the Cardinals match their school record for victories with 14.

Also for Coldwater (14-4), Tommy Nagle and Mohamed Aljabaly had a goal and an assist apiece, while Eric Catlin, Tobias Hermann and Saleh Mousa goal notched goals. Yousif Aljabaly finished with three assists.

Quincy 2, Lenawee Christian 1: Quincy’s Ashton Diotte scored two goals, while Jake Rider and Edgar Castro had an assist apiece. Dakota Finley made 15 saves for the Orioles (15-3-2).

Lawton 4, Delton Kellogg 2: Delton Dellogg’s Cole Mabie and Keith Malachowski each scored.

Dowagiac Invitational

Team scores: 1-St. Joseph 24, 2-Lakeview 91, 3-Stevensville Lakeshore 109, 4-Kalamazoo Christian 160, 5-Three Rivers 196, 6-Bridgman 208, 7-Eau Claire 221, 8-Kalamazoo Hackett 225, 9-Edwardsburg 239, 10-Berrien Springs 244, 11-New Buffalo 304, 12-Coloma 325, 13-Niles 329, 14-Lawton 355, 15-Lake Michigan Catholic 365, 16-Dowagiac Union 395, 17-La Lumiere 431

Lakeview top 5: 5-Blake Wilson 16:26; 14-Colin Read 17:19; 16-Brandon Van Oosten 17:22; 19-Jon Haadsma 17:32; 37-Peter Colquhoun 18:16.

Dowagiac Invitational

Team scores: 1-St. Joseph 42, 2-Lakeview 48, 3-Edwardsburg 96, 4-Kalamazoo Hackett 119, 5-Three Rivers 141, 6-Stevensville Lakeshore 202, 7-Kalamazoo Christian 207, 8-Niles 219, 9-Lawton 243, 10-Dowagiac Union 270, 11-Lake Michigan Catholic 276, 12-Berrien Springs 328, 13-Buchanan 340, 14-La Lumiere 401

Lakeview top 5: 4-Megan Riegle 19:45; 6-Jarecea Tate 20:14; 11-Mackenzie Wilcox 20:49; 13-Sidney Baxter 20:52; 14-Payton Stine 20:53.

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