Dowagiac’s Mitch Warsko returns a shot against South Haven Monday. Warsko and Zach Davis defeated Alex Overholser and Cam Conroy in straight sets. (Leader photo/SCOTT NOVAK)

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Dowagiac picks up second victory

Published 9:59pm Monday, September 17, 2012

The Dowagiac tennis team earned its second victory of the season as it defeated visiting South Haven 5-3 in a Wolverine Conference West Division match Monday.

Dowagiac’s Zach Davis prepares to hit a shot in the Chieftains Wolverine Conference West Division match with South Haven Monday. (Leader photo/SCOTT NOVAK)

The Chieftains won three out of four doubles flights and split the singles flights to pick up the win.

“I was actually a little disappointed we didn’t win at third and fourth singles,” Dowagiac coach Sonny Swartz said. “Overall, our doubles brought it today and played a good match. They carried us to the victory.”

Marc Tyrakowski was a straight sets winner at No. 1 singles, while Jon Robinson picked up a default victory.

Winning in doubles play were Mitch Warsko and Zach Davis (No. 2); Vaughn Herter and Tony Kidman (No. 3) and Jennings Brosnan and Ethan Wagner (No. 4).


South Haven…3



1. Marc Tyrakowski (D) d. Griffin Graham 7-6, 6-2; 2. Jon Robinson (D) won by default; 3. David Wondergen (SH) d. Austin Jackson 6-3, 6-0; 4. Jack Hostetler (SH) d. Ethan Dussel 4-6, 6-4, 6-4



1. Andrew Sicard-Eduardo Ramirez (SH) d. David Brogan-Jordan Hagemann 6-3, 6-2; 2. Mitch Warsko-Zach Davis (D) d. Alex Overholser-Cam Conroy 6-3, 6-0; 3. Vaughn Herter-Tony Kidman (D) d. Colin Assink-Tyler Jonatzke 6-3, 7-5; 4. Jennings Brosnan-Ethan Wagner (D) d. Thomas Lyon-Leo Gleiss 6-0, 6-3

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