Middleville finished 13th in a field of 27 qualifiers at the state tournament at Kalamazoo’s Stowe Stadium and Western Michigan University. Two other Ok Gold teams finished in the division 3, top five. Grand Rapids Christian was the runner up to state champion Detroit Country Day. Forest Hills Eastern finished in 4th place. Another OK Gold team (East Grand Rapids) won the division two state championship.
Tk finished with a the dual season with a 15-3, and 8 team tournament championship and a regional championship. The top two teams in the region qualified for the state tournament. TK finished 10th in the final MHSTeCA poll.
Tk won matches against St. Claire (6th), Haslett (21st), Holland Christian (6th) and Fruitport (12th). TK was one win away from finishing 10th in the state tournament, but fell to Spring Lake in two close sets.,
1 singles – Grace Brown won a match against Haslett by a score of 6-4, 6-3 then lost to the state runner up 6-2, 6-2.
2 singles – Lexie Bays was seeded 5th in the tournament and lost a second round match to Williamston, 7-6 (4), 6-0
3. singles – Kayla VanGessel won her first round match against St. Clair, 5-7, 6-2, 6-2 and lost a well played match to the second seed from GR Christian 6-3, 6-3.
4 singles – Sydney VanGessel lost a second round match to the 5th seed from St. Clair
1 doubles – Rachael Ranes and Hayley Bashore won their first round against Fruitport 6-1, 6-4 and lost the second round match to the second seed from Cranbrook Kingswood.
2. doubles – Alex Wilkinson and Lauren Kroells replacement , Holly Bashore, played a great match, but fell to Forest Hills Eastern. 6-3, 6-2
3 doubles – Braelyn Durkee and Kylee Vreeland had a big win in a second round match against Holland Christian, 6-4, 6-2 then lost to the second seed and eventural state champion from Cranbrook Kingswood.
4th doubles – Hannah Wright and Karlie Raphael lost to Regional Champions from Spring Lake in a second round match, 6-4, 6-3.