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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.
“Being a lot smaller school than Grand Ledge is, they are probably 4 to 5 times enrollment wise bigger than we are, we came to compete. I’ve got seven new varsity players, I lost seven guys from the state tournament last year and to replace that and come out and play solid against a school that is bigger makes me feel good.” Lansing Catholic coach Matt Golzynski commented. “We lost a guy who got injured, and we were able to move some guys around.”
Lansing Catholic was led by their senior #1 singles Joey Castle who won his matchup in dominating fashion 6-1, 6-2.
“It went pretty good. Started off the first match of the season, was playing not exactly great but then throughout the match I started to hit it harder. It wasn’t too much of a problem, I managed the win.” Castle commented post match. “We lost a lot of seniors last year but we’ve got a good group that as today showed I think we can do pretty good this season.”