“It was a nail-biter match!” says, Abbey Trapp, head tennis coach for the Milbank Bulldogs. “It came down to a tie-breaker to determine the overall winner, and Milbank fell short tonight 4-5 to Madison.”
Although, Madison claimed the title in this year’s Battle of the Bulldogs, Coach Trapp says, “The boys fought for every point and gave it their all.”
At No.1, Benett Street was defeated by Mason Kennington 1-10. Joe Schulte defeated Spencer Reverts 10-4. Gregory Grabow was defeated by Code Minnaert 9-10 (1-7). Charles Witesitt at No. 4 was defeated by Chase Steuerwald 8-10, and Will Snaza took the loss against Maguire Studer at 4-10.
In doubles play, Street and Schulte were defeated by Kennington and Reverts 5-10. But, Grabow and Whitesitt took down Minnaert and Steuerwald 10-7, Snaza and Isaiah Korstjens defeated Studer and Taiden Pierce 10-4, and Daniel Shelstad and Isaac Perez slammed Conrad Wolff and Ethan Sims 8-3.