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Pilgrim Tennis falls in Regionals; Grace Haley advances to State

Lady Pilgrims traveled to Portland to participate in the 2017 Regional Tournament No. 28-4, with Regional Tournaments being the First Round (the Qualifying Round) of the MHSAA State Championship Tournament. This all-day Regional Tournament was hosted by Portland High School, and played at the Portland and Lakewood High School Tennis Courts. Participating in the Tournament were 108 players representing Chesaning, Durand,

Pilgrim Tennis handles Nouvel

Lady Pilgrims of Lansing Christian won a Non-League League Dual Match against the Lady Panthers of Nouvel Catholic Central High School (Saginaw), by a score of 6-2. Congratulations to Lansing Christian players Grace Haley for her 6-0, 6-1 win at No. 1 Singles; to Debbie Sung for her 6-4, 6-2 win at No. 2 Singles; to Ellen Durling for

Pilgrims dominate Columbia Central on Parents Night

The Lady Pilgrims of Lansing Christian High School recognized their 7 graduating Seniors and all Player Parents, with a well-attended half-hour Ceremony, at the Kiwanis Park Tennis Courts, in Holt – before hosting the Lady Golden Eagles of Columbia Central High School to Lansing Christian’s final Southern Michigan Independent Tennis League (SMITL) Dual Match of the 2017 Season.  To

Lansing Christian (which has an enrollment of less than 200 9th-12th grade students) traveled to Hudsonville to participate in a Four Team Round Robin High School Tennis Tournament hosted by Hudsonville High School, in an expected “David vs. Goliath” match-up for Lansing Christian, against the three strong well established and highly respected tennis programs of Hudsonville (with 1850 9th-12th grade students),

Pilgrims Tennis Rallies to defeat the Hornets of Hillsdale

the Lady Pilgrims of Lansing Christian High School traveled to Hillsdale to battle the Hillsdale High School Lady Hornets — in Lansing Christian’s third Southern Michigan Independent Tennis League (SMITL) Dual Match of the 2017 Season. Our Lady Pilgrims won the day 5-3, by winning their No. 1-4 Singles’ matches in straight sets, then added a hard fought victory

Pilgrim Tennis falls to St. Philip

Lansing Christian hosted the Battle Creek St. Philip Tigers for its second Southern Michigan Independent Tennis League (SMITL) Dual Match of the 2017 Season.  Our Lady Pilgrims lost 3-5 to a very competitive Tiger Team, in a League Dual Match where 2 of St. Philip’s 5 Flight victories went three sets to determine the winner.  Congratulations to the players

Pilgrims Tennis Defeats the Blackhawks

Lansing Christian hosted Leslie for its first Southern Michigan Independent Tennis League (SMITL) Dual Match of the 2017 Season. Our Lady Pilgrims earned a hard fought 5-3 victory over the Blackhawks, in a League Dual Match where 6 of the 8 Flight Matches went three sets to determine a victor. Congratulations to the players of both Teams, for the high

Pilgrims Place 5th at Lakewood Tournament!

The Lady Pilgrims Tennis Team competed in the all-day 8 Team Lakewood Easter Invitational Tournament held at the Lakewood and Ionia High School Tennis Courts.  Our Lady Pilgrims earned a respectable 5th Place Team Finish (Lansing Christian also finished in 5th Place in 2016), in a field of larger and more experienced high school varsity teams. 

Pilgrims Tennis falls to State Power St. Mary

The Lady Pilgrims Tennis Team travelled to Monroe to compete in its second Dual Match of the 2017 Spring Season — against a young but deeper and more experienced St. Mary Catholic Central High School Team, at the Munson Park courts.  While Lansing Christian’s match against SMCC ended in a 7-1 Loss to SMCC – facing

Pilgrims tennis falls to the Gladiators 2-6

Lady Pilgrims Tennis Team competed in its first Dual Match of the 2017 Spring Season — against a deeper, more experienced Fowlerville Team, at Fowlerville High School. While Lansing Christian’s match against the Fowlerville Gladiators, a Division 2 School with 10 returning players on its Team, ended in a 6-2 Loss for our Lady Pilgrims