Pic Story Archives Doubles partners Zack Ciravino and junior Lucas Mitsch waiting to return Carlson’s serve. Mitsch stands in ready position to feed the serve back and win the point.Mitsch and Ciravino do a celebratory “dab” after winning the point against DRL league ranked opponents. The two demonstrate great teamwork. Mitsch hits his overhand serve, hoping to get an ace against his opponent. While Ciravino is guarding the net in case of a returnEmilio Plasencia, Wyandotte’s two singles is racing to return Carlson’s serve. Plasencia stays behind the backcourt line to ensure he gets to the ball on time.Plasencia hits a powerful backhand back to his opponent, trying to stop his opponent from winning the point.Plasencia has a winning look on his face as he puts his all into a strong forehand, cornering his opponent in the process.Plasencia grabs the ball to give back to his opponent. Maintaining good sportsmanship is essential for the team. Ryan Kuzma, Wyandotte’s number one singles is one of the highest ranked players on the team. He is ready to slice the ball back to his also highly ranked opponent. Plasencia is dribbling the ball to get focused for his serve. He’s aiming for an ace with his serve. Elliot Bernaiche, 3 singles for Wyandotte, is getting ready to hit the ball back to Carlson. Bernaiche is hitting his forehand, which for many players is their strongest shot.Bernaiche is finishing his forehand swing using his whole body to gain power in the shot. Bernaiche is determined to beat his opponent.