West Ottawa Girls Junior Varsity Tennis

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Girls Tennis State Finals Preview

By: Katie Schultz Throughout this season, girls varsity tennis has had many victories despite some minor setbacks. They made it through the OK Red taking second place, and they took first place at Regionals. Now the girls are moving on to State and continuing to make their coach, their parents, and themselves proud of their

West Ottawa Girls Tennis Wins Regional Title

Congratulations to our girls tennis team on claiming the MHSAA regional tennis championship. WO finished one point ahead of Rockford and Hudsonville for the championship . Congratulations girls and Coach Schwallier. Good luck at the state tournament.

WO Women’s Varsity Tennis Beat East Kentwood 6-2

WO women’s varsity tennis team remain at the top of the OK Red Conference after beating EK  in Tuesday’s match.  The doubles teams swept EK with relative ease as did 3rd and 4th singles.  The only losses came with 1st and 2nd singles; both matches featured some amazing points.  WO plays last year’s conference winners,

Women’s Tennis Remain Undefeated Beating Rockford 5-3

  The WO women’s tennis team faced a rain delay and a two-day match ending in high winds to beat Rockford last week.  WO was tied with Rockford on Wednesday when play was suspended due to rain.   Coming back on Thursday meant getting mentally ready, yet again, to try to fight back for a

Tennis overwhelms Jenison, faces Rockford Wednesday

West Ottawa Women’s Tennis defeated Jenison in an 8-0 win in windy conditions yesterday.  This brings their conference record to 2-0.  They had a clean sweep against Grand Haven last week.  They face off with Rockford tomorrow. Singles: 1. Rilie DuShane d. Cayla Strandberg 6-3, 6-2; 2. Marie Holaway d. Abby Veldink 6-0, 6-0; 3.

Spring Sports Team Preview: Girls Tennis

Last Season Results: (11-2); Finished 12th at Division 1 State Finals Strengths: Team chemistry: The girls this year are really close and enjoy each others’ company Communication: Specifically the doubles teams are communicating very well early on in the season Things to work on: Youth: First year players will have to adapt to the varsity