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STURGIS — The Sturgis tennis team hosted Edwardsburg and Three Rivers on Saturday for a matchup.

The Trojans beat Three Rivers 7-1 and played to a 4-4 tie with the Wildcats. Edwardsburg beat Three Rivers 8-0. Most of the matches played on the day were pro sets, being played with the winner reaching eight points.

Sturgis is now 3-0-1 in dual matchups so far this season.

Katherine Steele won both of her matches on Saturday for Sturgis.

Katherine Steele won both of her matches on Saturday for Sturgis.

In first singles action, Sturgis’ Rylee Carver won both of her matches. She beat Maggie Gose of Three Rivers 8-0 and Leah Stern of Edwardsburg 8-4. Katherine Steele won both of her matches at third singles as well, beating Lexie Page of Three Rivers 8-1 and Julia Lewis of Edwardsburg 8-2.

Gracie Perry beat Grace Lafferty of Three Rivers 8-0. She fell in her match to Julia Jones 9-7 at second singles. In fourth singles play, Ava Stewart finished 1-1 as well. She beat Natalie Moore of Three Rivers 8-1 but fell to Erin Letter of Edwarsburg 8-1.

Stern topped Gose 8-0; Jones beat Lafferty 8-0; Lewis beat Page 8-1 and Letter beat Moore 8-0.

In doubles play, the fourth team for Sturgis of Mya Eicher and Hannah Ritchie won both matches. They topped Three Rivers’ team of Alyssa Jimenez and Kenzie Rennie 8-1 and the Edwardsburg team 8-5.

Katelyn Halling and Nghi Ngo also won both of their matches at third doubles. They beat Three Rivers 8-2 and took out the Edwardsburg team of Mara VanBuren and Verona Moody 9-8.

Arianna Terwedo and Chloe Clark fell in both matches at second doubles. Three Rivers’ team of Lucy Olson and Lilah Zabonick by an 8-6 score and Abby Pryor and Mya Eberlein of Edwardsburg 8-4.

Johanna Rooyakkers and Bella Currier won a match over Three Rivers by default. They then played a three-set match with Edwardsburg, falling to Delaney Haradine and Ryleigh Reynolds by scores of 1-6, 6-1 and 5-7.

Contact Sports Editor Brandon Watson at watson@gannett.com. Follow him on X, formerly known as twitter, @BwatsonSJ.

This article originally appeared on Sturgis Journal: Sturgis beats Three Rivers on Saturday

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