Tennis: Dreadnaughts volley up wins over Divine Child, Milan and Crestwood

It was an overall good showing for the Dexter tennis team as the Dreadnaughts netted impressive wins over Dearborn Divine Child and Milan at the Don Zielinski Invitational on Saturday in Dearborn Heights. The Dreads swept those two matches 8-0 and knocked off Crestwood 7-1.

Here are the results:

Dearborn Divine Child – 0, DEXTER HIGH SCHOOL – 8,

Singles:
No. 1 – Allen Labadie, DEXTER HIGH SCHOOL def. Stephen Balash, Dearborn Divine Child, 4-6 , 6-3 , 12-10 ;
No. 2 – Ethan Hochendoner, DEXTER HIGH SCHOOL def. Kurt May, Dearborn Divine Child, 6-2 , 6-4 , -;
No. 3 – Nathan Kangas, DEXTER HIGH SCHOOL def. James Petersen, Dearborn Divine Child, 6-1 , 6-1 , -;
No. 4 – Noah Enyedy, DEXTER HIGH SCHOOL def. David Salehi, Dearborn Divine Child, 6-4 , 6-0 , -;

Doubles:
No. 1 – Cole Arnedt, DEXTER HIGH SCHOOL – Dom Sortor, DEXTER HIGH SCHOOL def. Adam Ware, Dearborn Divine Child – Daniel Ejakov, Dearborn Divine Child, 6-1 , 6-1 , -;
No. 2 – Derrick Nelson, DEXTER HIGH SCHOOL – Connor Kniesteadt, DEXTER HIGH SCHOOL def. Anthony Bazina, Dearborn Divine Child – Greyson Nicholl, Dearborn Divine Child, 6-1 , 6-2 , -;
No. 3 – Lucas Anderson, DEXTER HIGH SCHOOL – Cole Sheldon, DEXTER HIGH SCHOOL def. Owen Wright, Dearborn Divine Child – Josh Bustamante, Dearborn Divine Child, 6-0 , 6-1 , -;
No. 4 – David Hutchings, DEXTER HIGH SCHOOL – Ryan Filipiak, DEXTER HIGH SCHOOL def. Drew Boze, Dearborn Divine Child – Sean Miller, Dearborn Divine Child, 6-1 , 6-2 , -;

MILAN HIGH SCHOOL – 0, DEXTER HIGH SCHOOL – 8,

Singles:
No. 1 – Allen Labadie, DEXTER HIGH SCHOOL def. Duane Michaels, MILAN HIGH SCHOOL, 6-0 , 6-1 , -;
No. 2 – Ethan Hochendoner, DEXTER HIGH SCHOOL def. Trevor Philabaun, MILAN HIGH SCHOOL, 6-2 , 6-2 , -;
No. 3 – Nathan Kangas, DEXTER HIGH SCHOOL def. Devin Glushyn, MILAN HIGH SCHOOL, 6-0 , 6-0 , -;
No. 4 – Noah Enyedy, DEXTER HIGH SCHOOL def. Zach Fink, MILAN HIGH SCHOOL, 6-4 , 6-0 , -;

Doubles:
No. 1 – Dom Sortor, DEXTER HIGH SCHOOL – Cole Arnedt, DEXTER HIGH SCHOOL def. Matthew Bowman, MILAN HIGH SCHOOL – Ryder Knox, MILAN HIGH SCHOOL, 7-6 (4), 6-1 , -;
No. 2 – Derrick Nelson, DEXTER HIGH SCHOOL – Connor Kniesteadt, DEXTER HIGH SCHOOL def. Zach Spradlin, MILAN HIGH SCHOOL – Gavin Kruise, MILAN HIGH SCHOOL, 6-4 , 6-4 , -;
No. 3 – Lucas Anderson, DEXTER HIGH SCHOOL – Cole Sheldon, DEXTER HIGH SCHOOL def. Trent Spradlin, MILAN HIGH SCHOOL – Adam Dubois, MILAN HIGH SCHOOL, 6-0 , 6-4 , -;
No. 4 – Ryan Filipiak, DEXTER HIGH SCHOOL – David Hutchings, DEXTER HIGH SCHOOL def. Tyler Helzerman, MILAN HIGH SCHOOL – Sam Halliday, MILAN HIGH SCHOOL, 6-3 , 6-2 , -;

Dearborn Heights CRESTWOOD – 1, DEXTER HIGH SCHOOL – 7,

Singles:
No. 1 – Moe-Al Harajli, Dearborn Heights CRESTWOOD def. Allen Labadie, DEXTER HIGH SCHOOL, 6-2 , 6-0 , -;
No. 2 – Ethan Hochendoner, DEXTER HIGH SCHOOL def. Ahmad Abdul-Hak, Dearborn Heights CRESTWOOD, 6-0 , 1-6 , 11-9 ;
No. 3 – Nathan Kangas, DEXTER HIGH SCHOOL def. Hussein Fouani, Dearborn Heights CRESTWOOD, 6-2 , 6-1 , -;
No. 4 – Noah Enyedy, DEXTER HIGH SCHOOL def. Anas Saleh, Dearborn Heights CRESTWOOD, 6-4 , 6-1 , -;

Doubles:
No. 1 – Dom Sortor, DEXTER HIGH SCHOOL – Cole Arnedt, DEXTER HIGH SCHOOL def. Josh Bayne, Dearborn Heights CRESTWOOD – Mo Harp, Dearborn Heights CRESTWOOD, 6-2 , 6-0 , -;
No. 2 – Derrick Nelson, DEXTER HIGH SCHOOL – Ryan O’Rear, DEXTER HIGH SCHOOL def. Ahmad Halwani, Dearborn Heights CRESTWOOD – Naji Elakari, Dearborn Heights CRESTWOOD, 7-5 , 6-4 , -;
No. 3 – Lucas Anderson, DEXTER HIGH SCHOOL – Cole Sheldon, DEXTER HIGH SCHOOL def. Hadi Hamid, Dearborn Heights CRESTWOOD – Maher Harp, Dearborn Heights CRESTWOOD, 6-0 , 6-3 , -;
No. 4 – Ryan Filipiak, DEXTER HIGH SCHOOL – David Hutchings, DEXTER HIGH SCHOOL def. Karim El Dana, Dearborn Heights CRESTWOOD – Ali Mehzer, Dearborn Heights CRESTWOOD, 4-6 , 6-3 , 10-7 ;

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