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The men’s tennis season opened up this week in Grand Ledge with a matchup against Lansing Catholic. The Cougars won the event 7-1 but positive signs were seen on both sides of the net.
“I liked a lot of the good ground works and energy, opportunities would be some third and fourth shots. Looking to put it away” Grand Ledge head coach Chad Little commented post match. When asked if the team was where he thought they would be at this point in the season he cited that they have a young team and they are where he expected them to be.
Grand Ledge is led by two senior captains, Braylond Price & Gavin Letchaw. Both saw positives that they can build on as the season moves on. “Today went pretty well for our first match. We came out quickly, we had our first week of practice last week. I think there was a lot of excitement from the team and we played hard today.” Price said. “I’m so excited to be captain this year and I’m very excited to see the team grow.
Letchaw echoed those sentiments. “Our team was playing pretty well. They got their ground strokes pretty good. I’d say we could work on the volleys a little bit but other than that we did pretty well today. I think we can do pretty well this season.”