Zeeland East swept the Dux behind strong play in all flights. Singles did not give up a game, while doubles also picked up their games to defeat their neighbors. Last second substitute Josh Scott filled in admirably for the injured Jordan Wiebenga, teaming with Brian Schrems to beat ZW’s 2nd doubles.
Boys Junior Varsity Water Polo, Boys Varsity Water Polo · Water Polo falls to Jenison
Boys Junior Varsity Water Polo, Boys Varsity Water Polo · Zeeland finishes 6th at the Shootout at the Shore
The Zeeland Men’s Water Polo team finished 6th at the Shootout at the Shore this past weekend. After losing the opener to Jenison 13-4, They came back to win their next two pool play games over Seaholm 8-5, and Troy Athens 13-3. They followed that up with a 8-4 win over Okemos before losing to
Kevin Slagh played his strongest match of the day and Andy Villanueva and freshman Josh Scott help lead the Chix over GRCC. The three wins on the day provided Zeeland East the victory at the Grand Haven Quad finishing with 19 points to GRCC and Grand Haven’s 13 points and Grand Ledge’s 3 points.
Trevor Stoimenoff displayed his outstanding talents at first singles giving Jeremy DePree his first loss of the season. Several flights were left vacant, leaving GL short handed and unable to help their top flight 1st singles player. The match was part of the Grand Haven Quad.
The match was highlighted by outstanding singles play and three hard fought Zeeland East victories in doubles. The match was part of the Grand Haven Quad
The Chix swept the Hawkeyes in the wind. Jeremy DePree held off a solid effort from Hamilton freshman Justin Folkert. Doubles were led by Brian Schrems and Jordan Wiebenga. The Chix travel to Grand Haven this week to take on the Bucs, GR Catholic Central and Grand Ledge.
Zeeland East volleyball defeated Wyoming Park tonight in their first match of league play. Scores were 25-11, 25-13, and 27-25. Leading the Chix were Allison DeJonge with 8 kills and 4 blocks, Hayley MacDonald with 5 aces, Jessica Walters with 13 digs, and Brooke Ebels with 27 assists. Leading Park were Sabri Carter with 6