Ann Abor Greenhills wins 10th state boys tennis title in last 12 years

KALAMAZOO — Ann Arbor Greenhills won the MHSAA Division 3 boys tennis championship, its 10th state trophy in the last 12 years.

The Gryphons' 39 points far exceeded the 24 Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook Kingswood accumulated for a second-place tie with Detroit Country Day.

University of Detroit Jesuit was three points shy, 28-25, of Grand Rapids Forest Hills Northern for the Division 2 championship.

Here’s how the other CHSL tennis teams fared:

Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice finished seventh (13 points) and Detroit Catholic Central (10 points) 10th in Division 1.

Warren De La Salle’s six points earned it a 12th place finish in Division 2.

In Division 4, Grosse Pointe Woods University Liggett had 20 points for third place; Ann Arbor Fr. Gabriel Richard was two points behind for fourth place. West Bloomfield Frankel Jewish Academy ended up 13th with seven points.

In Division 1 — Brother Rice’s J.J. Etterbeek was a finalist in No. 1 Singles.

In Division 2 — U-D Jesuit’s four doubles teams were all finalists: Kagan Shetterly/Theodore Yaldoo in No. 1 doubles; Charlie Young/John Dahmer in No. 2 doubles; Teodore Melnyczuk-Gould/Nathan Comerford in No. 3 doubles; Jake Kuredjian/Alex Mackillop in No. 4 doubles.

In Division 3 — Greenhills won all four singles and three of the four doubles. Singles winners were Mert Oral, Kaan Oral, Rishi Verma and Chakor Rajendra. Henry Branch/Sahil Deenadayalu won No. 1 doubles; Joey Formicola/Daniel Stojanov No. 2 doubles; Alex Schwendeman/Thomas Zeng No. 4 doubles.

In No. 3 doubles, Nathan Rosenberg/Finn Feldeisen was a finalist. Cranbrook’s Calvi Teste/Ben Conti were finalists in No. 3 doubles.

In Division 4 — In No. 1 Singles, William Cooksey (University Liggett) defeated Ian Sood (Fr. Gabriel Richard). Tommy Heegan (Fr. Gabriel Richard) won No. 2 Singles. Liggett’s Gerry Sherer was a finalist in No. 4 singles.