Serving up a winning season

Last year the tennis team took fourth place in their league.
This year they hope to do better with their veteran team made up of nine seniors.
‘It’s a very experienced team and it should be a good year for us because of that,? said Boys Varsity Tennis coach Chaz Claus. ‘I have been pretty proud of how they have done so far.?
The boys started their season at the beginning of September and lost their first match against Andover Lahser (8-1).
After defeating Farmington High School (8-1) and Farmington Hills High School (7-2) last week, the boys continue to lead the OAA Red, 3-0.
‘Harrison traditionally has a strong team. It was a good match for us,? said Claus.
‘The match I am really proud of is Stoney Creek. The boys stepped up and won some really close matches. Most of our matches haven’t been close.?
Matt Graczyk has moved from his No. 2 spot last year to No. 1, and Davis VanderVeen has moved into Graczyk’s old spot.
The two single players undefeated last week were VanderVeen and No. 3Scott Dutcher.
Four of the five double teams were also undefeated for the week, No 1. Garrett Knappe and Nate Schultz, No. 3 Cory Carone and Kevin Wieryszko, No. 4 Joe Meltsner and Kory Schweitzer, and No. 5 Zach Comos and Kramer Kamp.
The boys host Troy-Athens on Thursday and travel to Lake Orion next Tuesday. Both matches begin at 4 p.m.