Meet the standout performers who earned All-Scholastic honors for their work this season.
Bigham teamed up with Corey Yu to go 14-1 in the regular season and earn DCL all-star honors while capturing the league doubles title. He then finished second at the north sectional individual tournament. An honor student, he will attend Northeastern.
Chen went 14-2 this season in individual play in the DCL, earning league all-star honors in the process. He was also a north sectional semifinalist in the individual tournament. An honor student and avid cellist, he hopes to play tennis at an Ivy League school.
Chisolm earned team MVP and Catholic Conference all-star honors this spring before reaching the semifinals of the south sectional tournament. A national honor society member, he competes in USTA tournaments in his spare time and hopes to play tennis in college.
Newton North, sophomore
The sophomore joined with Max McKee-Proctor to advance to the final of the South sectional individual tournament. As a team, the Tigers advanced to the Division 1 South final before falling to eventual state champion BC High.
Kao ended his stellar career by reaching the state doubles finals before falling to the BC High duo. He teamed with Dan Maffa to go undefeated on the year and earn Middlesex League all-star honors while helping the team to a 20-2 team record.
Latin Academy, senior
Kenney helped lead the Wolfpack to the state toutnament this season, while also reaching the semfinals of the north sectionals in individuals. He is a regular in New England USTA events in the offseason. He will attend Whittier College.
Maffa closed out a stellar career finishing second at the state doubles tournament after going unbeaten through the regular season. He was a four time Middlesex League all-star and two-time north sectional team champion. An honor student, he will attend Connecticut College.
Newton North, senior
One of the top doubles teams in the state, McKee-Proctor joined with Owen Grafe to advance to the finals of the South individual tournament. The pair went 12-3 during the regular season and led the Tigers to a 15-5 final record.
BC High, junior
Mendoza helped lead BC High to the Catholic Conference title this year and the Division 1 south sectional and state titles. He also reached the south semifinals in the individual tournament. He competes in USTA tournaments year round and runs winter track at BC High.
BC High, sophomore
Half of the undefeated state doubles champions, Morris formed a potent duo with Caye Tittman, capturing the south sectional title as well. He helped the Eagles win the Catholic Conference and the Division 1 state final. He also played basketball at BC High.
Boston Trinity, junior
The MBIL MVP, Oloko went undefeated on the season. He won all 10 matches he played and was ranked among the top 10 players in New England in the 16-and-under division. Oloko made the Dean’s list all four quarters this year.
Belmont Hill, senior
Reid went undefeated in Independent School League play this year, going 30-0 on his way to the league MVP award, his second during his Belmont Hill career. He also received ISL honors in soccer and will attend Colby College in the fall.
The team’s No. 1 singles player went undefeated in the 2013 season, never losing a set on his way to the Eastern Independent League MVP award. Berwick finished tied for third place in the league. Rosa will attend Bentley University next fall.
Sharton was the top singles player in EMass this year capturing the north sectional title, and reaching the state finals. He was a DCL all-star and helped Wayland to the Division 2 north team final. Sharton finished the regular season 22-0, and has a career record of 42-1.
BC High, sophomore
Shewalter turned in an undefeated season while leading the Eagles to a Division 1 team title. He made the semifinals at the individual state tournament, while capturing the south sectional title. The sophomore is ranked No. 1 in New England by the USTA.
BC High, freshman
Only a freshman, Tittmann teamed with Charles Morris at first doubles. They finished undefeated and won the state title after capturing the south sectional title. Tittmann also played half the year at 3d singles. He plays USTA tournaments year round.
St. John’s Prep, senior
Toner turned in a 14-4 individual record this season while helping lead the Eagles to the Division 1 north sectional title. He ended his career with an 80-10 overall record. He has a top 10 USTA New England ranking and will attend UConn.
Cape Cod Academy, sophomore
One of the top players on the Cape, Wyeth went undefeated in the regular season at the top singles spot for Cape Cod Academy in each of the last two years. He reached the south sectional semifinals individually both years and sports a sterling 59-2 record over that span.
Yu was part of a duo with Jamison Bigham that went 14-1 on the season while capturing first place honors in the DCL. He was a league all-star and finished as runner up in the north sectional individual tournament. He will attend Northeastern.
Coaches of the Year
Division 1: BC High
Hutchinson led BC High to a dream season, going 21-2 and winning the Division 1 state title and the team’s first Catholic Conference title in just his second season. A 1994 Holy Cross graduate, he credits the team’s offseason dedication for its in-season success.
Division 2: Duxbury
Bunar guided the Dragons to a bevy of titles, winning the Patriot League, the south sectional, and then the grand prize, the Division 2 state title. A 24-year coaching veteran, Bunar’s squad finished 21-2 overall.
Division 3: Martha’s Vineyard
Fennessy lived out every coach’s dream, being able to go out on top. After his squad captured its second straight Division 3 state title with a 4-1 win over Bromfield he decided to call it a career after 290 career wins and 23 seasons at the helm.
Atlantic Coast — Dennis-Yarmouth: Max Allen. Falmouth: Connor Cobb, Spencer Pinkney. Marshfield: Ian Crittendon, Peter Rein. Nauset: Nick Majewski. Plymouth North: Noah Bailey, Matt Doherty, Jack Moore, Mike Withington. Plymouth South: Sam Cheung, Jeff Tocco. Sandwich: Matt Martin.
Bay State — Brookline: Alex Chin, Dan Fleishman, Alexander Johnson, Eliot Rozovski. Framingham: Drew Coleman, Rohith Parvathaneni. Needham: Matthew Bejian, Sam Cohen, Ben Okonow. Newton North: Owen Grafe, Nathon Kaplan, Kris Labovitch, Alex Leighton, Max McKee-Proctor. Wellesley: Sam Canning, Ethan Chapman, Jack Mykrantz, Michael Rosen.
Big Three — Brockton: Daniel Alves, Raudney Bourdeau. Durfee: Tyler Anderson, Christopher Couch, Brian McDonald, Patrick Pacheco, James Souza. New Bedford: Damien Montague.
Catholic Central — Arlington Catholic: Jake Fulton, Allen Judd, Evan Qu. Austin Prep: Jason Carrier, Trevor Cox, Edward Griffin, Stratton Stilianos, Luke Wyman. Bishop Fenwick: Sean Gannon. Cardinal Spellman: Daniel O'Malley. Lowell Catholic: Junsup Shin, Jared Steele. St. Mary's: Matt McManus, Patrick Morin-Plante, Brady Ryan, John Shea.
Catholic Conference — BC High: Jeremy Mendoza, Charles Morris, Charles Shewalter, Caye Tittmann. Catholic Memorial: Colin Molloy. Malden Catholic: Kevin Clavijo. St. John’s Prep: Nico Lamacher, Alec McNiff, Christopher Toner, Ian Wright. Xaverian: Jamie Chisholm, Nate Cohen.
Commonwealth — Greater Lawrence: Freddi Gonzalez, Jose Rivera. Greater Lowell: Richard Lay. Minuteman: Rajan Grad-Kaimal, Conner Marchant. Shawsheen: Lucas Daniels, Nick Gelorini, Phil Jones.
Dual County — Bedford: Sam Bernardon, Jacob Seymourian. Boston Latin: Mark Anthony Kenney, Jordan Talbert. Concord-Carlisle: Alex Dinardo, Matt Japko. Newton South: Dan Nisenbaum, Dean Zieldich. Wayland: Will Sharton. Westford: Jamison Bigham, Christian Colomb, Corey Yu. Weston: Ethan Chen.
Eastern Athletic — Bishop Feehan: Jack Lahiff, Matt Ustas. Somerset Berkley: Aaron Makhijani.
Greater Boston — Latin Academy: Ricardel Bailey, Mark Anthony Kenney, Jimmy Ye.
Hockomock — Attleboro: Matt Forrest. Foxborough: Tyler Aubuchon, Brian Bortolotti, Aidan Hyland, Wes Young. Franklin: Jonathan Hardesty. King Philip: Nick Baraiolo, Matt Nicholson, Jason Trudeau. Mansfield: Ethan Reddington, Eric Sun. Sharon: David Adler, Peter Hu, Richard Shen, Jake Steinberg. Taunton: Matt Beaulieu.
Merrimack Valley — Andover: Austin Bendetson, Sebastien Boulas, Aaron Edelman, Arun Padykula, Varun Penamatsa, Drew Rooks, Sameer Sangal. Chelmsford: Cam Engdahl. Methuen: Luis Martinez. North Andover: Alex Hammond.
Middlesex (Freedom) — Burlington: Scott Barrett, Dean Boodakian, Nick Fahey, Yash Kamani, Brian O'Connell, Christian Repunte, Lawrence Yu. Melrose: Liam Brown, Rowen Dempster, Mike Diorio, Chris Saporito.
Middlesex (Liberty) — Lexington: Gideon Feifke, David Herrera, Jesse Kao, Alex Lee, Dan Maffa, Harry Nichols. Reading: Tyler Bova, Rob Devaney, Jarid Polley, Alec Tzianabos. Winchester: Jake Criss, Pat Hayes, Conor Lucey, Nick McIntyre.
Northeastern — Beverly: Peter Coletti, Josh Cronin. Lynn Classical: Phillip Chea, Rene Perez. Lynn English: Joseph Calnan, Thomas Long. Marblehead: Miles Barry, Michael Forte, Alex Rothbard. Peabody: Michael Warren. Salem: Guthrie Sckimgour. Swampscott: Samuel Crimmins, Matt Gilberg, Matt Jacobs, Val Terain.
Patriot — Duxbury: Fred Clifford, Kevin Coakley, Will Kingsbury, Dan McHugh, Mike Melampy, Eric Seewald, Will Treibel. Hanover: Matt Scarpelli. Hingham: John Alessi, Pierson Butler, Bennett Lamanski, Reese Linton, Woody Roman. Pembroke: Ryan Goodman. Scituate: Joe Koelsch, Greg Logue, Matt Logue, Jack Taylor. Silver Lake: Nick Vantangoli.
South Coast — Martha’s Vineyard: Kent Leonard, Jackson McBride, Patrick McCarthy, Ryan Sawyer, Nathaniel Schneider, Justin Smith, Justice Yennie.
South Shore — Cohasset: Nathan Bumstead, Justin Cobin, Doug Fitzgerald, Dan Surkovic, Jack Thomae, Eric Weinstein. Monomoy: Evan Milligan, Gage Schultz, Peter Spalt. Norwell: Liam Beal, Andrew Cibotti, Willie McDonald, Sam Rinko, Aidan Roach, Cam Roach.
Tri-Valley — Dover-Sherborn: Alex Adamcyk, Christian Baker, Robert Barbier, Stafano Barbier, Russell Daly, Alex Oian-Wang. Medfield: Joe Arthur, Dan Cher, Henry Gagne, John Lewis. Medway: Andrew Pearson. Norton: Matt Sugar. Westwood: Christopher Frangieh, Benjamin Gantert, John Gebhard, Robert Persons.