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Niles second, Bobcats third at Leeper invitational

Published 7:03pm Saturday, August 25, 2012

SOUTH BEND – The Niles tennis team finished second and Brandywine third at the Leeper Park Invitational hosted by South Bend St. Joseph Saturday.

The host Indians won the team title with 23 points. St. Joseph swept the singles flights en route to the crown.

The Vikings’ No. 1 doubles team of Alec Brown and Matt Miller went 3-0 to capture a flight championship.

Niles’ Brad Miller (2-1) was second at No. 1 singles, Brandywine’s Chance Smith (2-1) was second at No. 2 singles and Niles’ Michael Geiger (2-1) was second at No. 3 singles.

The Vikings’ Gevanta Nichols and Brett McGowan (2-1) were second at No. 2 doubles.

 

Leeper Park Tennis Invitational

Team Scores

South Bend Saint Joseph 23; Niles  14; Brandywine  8; Buchanan 1, South Bend St. Joe  JV -1

 

Flight champions/runners-up

1 Singles

Champion

Patrick O’Connor – St. Joseph 3-0

Runner-up

Brad Miller – Niles 2-1

 

2 Singles

Champion

Ryan Jamieson – St. Joseph 3-0

Runner-up

Chance Smith – Brandywine 2-1

 

3 Singles

Champion

Holden Gangluff – St. Joseph 3-0

Runner-up

Michael Geiger – Niles 2-1

 

4 Singles

Champion

Joe Purcell – St. Joseph 3-0

Runner-up

Will DeTrempe – St. Joseph JV 2-1

 

1 Doubles 

Champion

Alec Brown-Matt Miller – Niles 3-0

Runner-up

Sam DeTrempe-Michael Minatel – St. Joseph 2-1

 

2 Doubles 

Champion

Jason Rink -Michael Wroblewski – St. Joseph 3-0

Runner-up

Gevanta Nichols-Brett McGowan – Niles 2-1

 

3 Doubles

Champion

Bay Sexton-Michael Griffin – St. Joseph 3-0

Runner-up

Andrew Tran-Liam O’Connor – St. Joseph JV 2-1

 

4 Doubles

Champion

Joe Staud- Connor Cohoon – St. Joseph 3-0

Runner-up

Michael Bogol-Joe Kelley – St. Joseph JV 2-1

 

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