H.H. Dow Boys Junior Varsity Tennis

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Dow tennis one point out of first halfway through Div. 2 finals

By the Midland Daily News HOLLY — With one day to go at the Division 2 state tennis finals, another team state title for Dow High is well within reach. The third-ranked Chargers, with 22 points, are one point behind first-place Portage Central (23). Forest Hills Central is third with 21. The finals conclude today

Dow Tennis to Host Chemics

Chargers host Chemics in tennis on Thursday Dow High (14-1) and Midland High (9-0) are both having strong seasons as they head toward their annual regular-season-ending match on Thursday at 4 p.m. at the Dow courts. Dow is ranked No. 3 in Division 2 and was ranked No. 1 last week, despite a season-ending injury

Tennis Plays Well at Okemos

Dow goes 2-0 at Okemos Quad OKEMOS — Dow High went 2-0 at the rain-shortened Okemos tennis quad Tuesday, beating Okemos 6-2 and Holly 5-1 to improve to 5-0 this year. Michael Szabo went 2-0 at No. 1 singles for the Chargers, while Varun Shanker followed suit at No. 2 singles, and Dow’s No. 4

Dow Tennis Sweeps Regional in East Lansing

Dow High swept the East Lansing Division 2 Regional for the third year in a row.  Okemos placed second.  These two teams are the only teams to qualify from the regional.  Nick Ramano, the first singles player from Pinckney, also qualified for states. “Today proved that this team is coming together at the right moment.  Each player

SVL Tennis Coaches Name 6 Chargers to All-Valley North 1st Team

The Dow High tennis team placed 6 players on the SVL 1st team. Below is the entire SVL selection for the North and South Divisions. 2014 Saginaw Valley Conference All-Valley Tennis Teams 2014 2014 South Division North Division All Valley Team All Valley Team Davison Bay City Western Kyle Haines 11 1s Spencer Leach 12

Dow Tennis Wins 9th Straight SVL Title

Friday, October 3, 2014, 10:30 am dan chalk chalk@mdn.net Top-ranked Dow High worked overtime Thursday night to earn its ninth straight Saginaw Valley League tennis championship. On a rainy day that eventually caused matches to move indoors at the Midland Community Tennis Center, the Chargers wrapped up the title around 10:30 p.m. “It was a long

Dow Tennis Beats Midland 7-1

Dow improved to 17-0 on the season after beating cross-town rival Midland 7-1 today.  Their only loss was at the one doubles position, where reserve Ryan Killmaster stepped in for an ailing Daniel Magno.  Dow next plays in the Holly Invitational on Saturday. “I am really pleased with what I saw today.  Varun Shanker brought his

Dow Tennis Improves to 16-0 Defeating Mt. Pleasant 8-0

Dow improved to 16-0 on the season beating Mt. Pleasant 8-0 today.  Dow next plays Tuesday at cross-town rival Midland High. “We have a team that continues to step up when needed.  Once again, Ryan Killmaster stepped up to the one doubles position and found victory with Cole.  Szabo moved into first singles and beat