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Let’s develop your thinking and technical approach to doubles, one step at a time, while you conclude “dubs” is really geometry with a smiley face.
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Monday 9-11 a.m.---3.0 level
Tuesday 9-11 a.m.—3.5 level
Wednesday 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.—4.0 level
Thursday 9-10:30 a.m.—2.5 level.
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MCTC juniors Colin Angell & Michael Szabo repeated high school individual state championships in their Division II flights.
Colin Angell won the # 2 singles crown, stopping Ben Orwin, Portage Central, 6-3, 6-4. Michael Szabo at # 3 singles defeated Justin Minzlaff, Grand Rapids Forest Hills Northern, 6-4, 6-1.
Szabo went undefeated for the season 37-0. This was his third state title. Dow’s # 1 doubles team of Cole Williamson and Daniel Magno were finalists.
Division II Dow High tied for 3rd place. Division I Midland High finished 15th. Forest Hill Central won the Division II team title. Rosters of both high school teams are primarily juniors in our TTP—Tournament Training Program, Steve Host Director.
When your children enroll in our USTA-awarded 10-Under Tennis, their future is bright with the promise for a life-long love affair with the game.
As they progress on their Pathway for Excellence, playing tournaments, playing on school teams, it’s not unreasonable to believe that college tennis scholarships or financial aid for college play is in the cards.
Contact Sharon Cleland, Director of Tennis, and let the adventure begin! (989) 631-6151.
Mid-winter's top entertainment/sports event is off and running February 1-8, 2015, when the 27th Dow Corning Tennis Classic hosts world-class athletes, playing world-class tennis for 15,000 fans on the courts of the Midland Community Tennis Center.
Stay tuned for announcements on box, club and general seating. The event features exceptional dining in the Grand Slam Patron's lounge as well as tasty food fare in Galleria Concessions on Court #6.