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TVC CHAMPIONS! The Frankenmuth varsity girls’ tennis team won the Tri-Valley Conference East Division regular-season crown and went on to win the overall TVC Tourney last week at the Midland Tennis Center. Team member are, front row (l-r): Coach Maddie Mertz, Manager Ella Smith, Courtney Aldrich, Julia Jarrell, Kelynn Kujat, Rebecca Schoenow and Kennedy Krieger. Back: Coach Darryl Smith, Mikayla Philp, Lindsey Mertz, Rebekah Gere, Jordyn Conrad, Martie Wisenbaugh, Alyssa Abke, Brooke Reinbold, Coach Chuck Barrett and Coach Bill Coulter.

TVC Champions!

Lady Eagle netters win regular season title and conference tournament crown

  The Frankenmuth varsity girls’ tennis team continues to roll through its competition, including its Tri-Valley Conference foes.
  The Lady Eagles won the regular season with a perfect record and on Friday, May 12, the team won the conference tournament held at the Midland Tennis Center.
  “The weather was finally wonderful and the tennis was even better!” FHS Coach Bill Coulter exclaimed.
  ‘Muth finished with 23 points, seven points better than runner-up Chesaning. Flight champions were No. 1 singles Lindsey Mertz, No. 3 singles Rebecca Schoenow, No. 1 doubles Mikayla Philps and Courtney Aldrich and No. 3 doubles Jordyn Conrad and Alyssa Abke.
  The No. 2 doubles duo of Kelynn Kujat and Martie Wisenbaugh lost in the finals in a very contested three-set match.
  No. 4 singles Brooke Reinbold and No. 4 doubles Kennedy Kreiger and Julia Jarrell made it to the semifinals to earn All-TVC honorable mention kudos.
  The day before the conference tourney, FHS hosted Midland Bullock Creek and took an 8-0 triumph over the Lancers. They finished the regular season at 8-1.
  The Lady Eagle netters will return to the Midland Tennis Center on Friday, May 19, for the MHSAA Division 4 Regional No. 30, hosted by Essexville-Garber. Teams competing at the regional include Bad Axe, Bay City All Saints, Caro, Essexville-Garber, Frankenmuth, Hemlock, Midland, Bullock Creek, Pigeon-Laker and Saginaw Nouvel Catholic Central.
  The MHSAA Division 4 State Finals will be held on June 2-3 in the Holly Area High School.
 

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