The varsity girls tennis team continues to excel in all categories


On Monday, April 24, the girls varsity tennis team traveled to Northview high school for a match against the Wildcats. At the end of the night, the ladies proved to be the better team as they won 7-1. This has become a regular occurrence for the team as it has won a series of matches in a row. 

Since Northview isn’t necessarily a powerhouse for tennis, coach Dan Bolhouse moved all singles flights up a slot to let lower level doubles flights a chance for in-game experience. Overall,  the match went very well for the girls, as they won 7-1. The girls won every single flight in singles except for three singles, and played well.

Quinn Breslin, playing her first flight as one singles, had a great match and proved her ability to compete at a higher level. Hailey Miller, two singles, also played great and won 6-2, 5-7, 6-1. Her flight ended up going into a third set tiebreaker, due to the girls’ matchup being a conference match. However, Monday’s overall matchup was not close and the ladies won by a lot. 

The girls then hosted Lowell at home on Wednesday. The match against Lowell was won easily 8-0, but the real achievement was how well the ladies played. The Red Arrows didn’t even win more than one flight that day as the ladies proved their dominance over their rivals. One singles competitor Lily Ohlman played very well, winning 6-0 6-1. The rest of the ladies followed suit, winning their matches with ease. 

The main takeaway from these matches is that the ladies are gaining momentum as conferences approach. They have won the last few matches with a certain ease that is only seen with star programs. The ladies then played Forest Hills Eastern in a match on Thursday, April 27. They won those matches with ease, continuing their win streak. The team is on a roll.

On Saturday, April 29, the ladies will play in a quad against multiple opponents at home. This will continue to define the ladies’ season and if they can continue their uncanny win streak.