Boys Tennis Sweeps Menominee, 8-0

Boys Tennis Sweeps Menominee, 8-0

MSHS Varsity Boys Tennis (3-0; 2-0 GNC)



  • No. 1 – Nick Olivier,Β MARQUETTE def. Brock Murphy, MENOMINEE, 6-2, 6-3;
  • No. 2 – Matt Barsch, MARQUETTE def. Danny Birch, MENOMINEE, 6-3, 6-1
  • No. 3 – Keaton Ansell, MARQUETTE def. Landan Bardowski, MENOMINEE, 6-3, 6-2
  • No. 4 – Caleb Janofski, MARQUETTE def. Aaron Brunelle, MENOMINEE, 6-2, 6-1


  • No. 1 – Jason Andary & William Olivier,Β MARQUETTE def. Aden Laurin & Trevor Theuerkauf, MENOMINEE, 6-2, 6-4;
  • No. 2 – Liam McFarren & Isaac Johnson, MARQUETTE def. Connor Coduti & Nathan Schultz, MENOMINEE, 6-3, 4-6, 6-4;
  • No. 3 – Toby Camilli & Seppi Camilli, MARQUETTE def. Kaiden Bell & Jonah Scawinski, MENOMINEE, 6-4, 6-0
  • No. 4 – Holden Hutter & Bodhi White, MARQUETTE def. Jeremy Salmi & Nate Salmi, MENOMINEE, 6-1, 7-6 (8-6)

From MSHS Boys Tennis Head Coach, Karl Thomsen:

  • β€œSome really good tennis today out at the Shiras Courts. I thought our singles players’ execution of what we were looking for was great. Both Nick Oliver and Matt Barsch faced their toughest opponents of the early season and responded with solid performances. Caleb Janofski took home his first varsity win at 4 singles as with a lot of strong groundstrokes. The real excitement of the day came over on the doubles side of the meet. At #4 doubles, Bodhi White and Holden Hutter scrapped out the tiebreak in the third set to earn their first varsity win. And the #2 doubles match between Connor Coduti/Nathan Schultz (Menominee) and Liam McFarren/Isaac Johnson (MSHS) was a barn burner. Trailing 3 -4, 15 – 40 in the 3rd set, the Marquette tandem dug deep for a gutsy win. Isaac Johnson attributed the turn around to a good fan base saying, “…the people watching and the support we got was amazing.” Isaac’s partner Liam added, the two of them “took a deep breath” and began playing some “smart tennis” to secure the victory. ”