2018-10-11 / Sports

Kearsley tennis hosts Div. 3 regional today

By Brandon Pope
810-452-2651 • bpope@mihomepaper.com


Kearsley’s Kaleb Loyer goes up for the serve on Oct. 4. Photo by Jack Ransom Kearsley’s Kaleb Loyer goes up for the serve on Oct. 4. Photo by Jack Ransom FLINT – The Kearsley boys’ tennis team will be welcoming the postseason to its home courts today with the Div. 3 regionals. Kearsley struggled a bit during the league season, going 0-6 through their Flint Metro League schedule but looks to make some noise today. The winning team and runner-up will advance to the state meet, as well as any team that accumulates 18 points. Also, the winner and runner up at No. 1 Singles also move on.

Also competing at the regional will be Bay City John Glenn, Clio, Goodrich, Brandon, Owosso and Petoskey. Petoskey is currently seated at the No. 7 spot in the Div. 3 state rankings. Kearsley finished seventh in the Flint Metro League championships last Wednesday.

The Hornets will be led by Marshall Judd, who competes at No. 1 Singles. The No. 2 spot belongs to Kyle Langworthy, Kody Easton will play the No. 3 role and at No. 4 is Chris Moyer.

Trenton Griffith/Zach Raysin collaborate at No. 1 Doubles. Jaden Sorenson/Kaleb Loyer compete at the No. 2 spot, Cayden Lewis/Josh Kendrick come in at No.3 and Caden Palmer/Joseph Judd are the No. 4 tandem.

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