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2016 Boys’ Tennis All-Scholastics

Ethan Zou (above) and Charles Wang helped Lexington to the state final.
Ethan Zou (above) and Charles Wang helped Lexington to the state final.(Jim Davis/Globe Staff)

Singles All-Scholastics

Matt Bellino, Amesbury, senior

After training in Italy and in Spain, Bellino returned this spring to capture the MIAA North individual title in three sets. The senior and Cape Ann League MVP will continue his career playing at Siena College in the fall.

Ben Biswas, Bedford, senior

A four-time first singles player, undefeated in the regular season, Biswas reached the semifinal in the North individual tournament and helped lead the Buccaneers to the Division 3 North final. He plans to attend Tufts University.

Isaac Gorelik, Weston, sophomore

A finalist in the North Sectional of the MIAA individual singles tournament, Gorelik also helped the Wildcats win the Division 3 North title. The Dual County League All-Star plays first singles for Weston. He’s ranked 9th in NE U-16.

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Camden Mazzoni, Dennis-Yarmouth, junior

The singles champion in the South individual tournament, Mazzoni posted a 20-2 overall record. He reached the state final. He also competed at the USTA National Championships, and was ranked No. 1 in New England.

Alex Novins, Wellesley, sophomore

Only a sophomore this year, Novins is already a two-time Bay State All-Star. Novins posted an 11-3 record this season for the Raiders and made it to the semifinals in the South singles individual championship.

Eliot Rozovsky, Brookline, senior

A finalist in the South Sectional individual tournament, Rozovsky posted a 6-1 record for the Warriors at first singles. He lost only two matches in a three-year career. He plans to play tennis for Bowdoin College.

Derek Shen, Boston Latin, freshman

Shen had a strong first season for Boston Latin, making a run to the state semifinal in the individual singles tournament while earning DCL All-Star honors. Shen also helped lead his team to the North Sectional semifinal.

Tyler Shibles, Barnstable, senior

A two-time All-Scholastic, Shibles has qualified for the South individual tournament in consecutive seasons, winning in 2015. He helped the Red Raiders to an 18-0 record and a South Division 1 final appearance this season.

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Doubles All-Scholastics

Cooper Blaze, Barnstable, senior

A two-time All-Scholastic, Blaze and doubles partner, Cooper Hesse finished the season as finalists in the South doubles championship. A four-time Old Colony League All-Star, Blaze will attend Wake Forest in the fall.

Josh Caplan, Brookline, junior

A three-time Bay State League All-Star, Caplan has played from first doubles for the past three seasons with partner Andrew McCarthy. The pair won the South individual tournament this season after finishing as finalists in 2015.

Cooper Hesse, Barnstable, senior

A two-time All-Scholastic player and four time Old Colony League All-Star, Hesse earned finalist honors in consecutive seasons in the MIAA South doubles championship, this season with partner Cooper Blaze.

Ethan Housen, Lexington, senior

With partner Charley Zhao, Housen helped guide the Minutemen to the state finals in consecutive seasons with a 16-1 record. The second doubles pair finished as finalists in the North individual tournament.

Andrew McCarthy, Brookline, senior

McCarthy and three-year partner Josh Caplan won the South individual tournament after reaching the finals for the second consecutive year. He helpd lead his team to the state semifinals. He plans to attend Bucknell University.

Charles Wang, Lexington, freshman

Wang partnered with Ethan Zou to post a 17-3 record and win the doubles championship in the North individual tournament. After a Middlesex League championship, the Minutemen ended their season as state finalists.

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Charley Zhao, Lexington, junior

Zhao and partner Ethan Housen posted a 16-1 record and earned a trip to the finals in the North individual tournament. The pair helped Lexington capture a Middlesex League championship and a state final appearance.

Ethan Zou, Lexington, senior

Zou and partner Charles Wang finished as doubles champions in the North individual tournament, winning over teammates Charley Zhao and Ethan Housen. The first doubles pair helped Lexington to the state final.

Coaches of the Year

Division 1: Christopher Pugliese, Lexington

The Minutemen’s trip to the state championships this spring was their second in three years. Pugliese’s record in nine years of coaching is 189-20, including six North sectional final appearances and four titles.

Division 2: Matt Rose, Winchester

A six-year coach of the Sachems, Rose has amassed a 108-12 record. This season, he guided the team to a 19-2 finish and the Division 2 state title. ‘‘They worked extremely hard and deserved the honor,’’ said Rose.

Division 3: Bruce Brumberg, Maimonides

The seven-year coach guided his team to a 10-2-1 record and a final four appearance in the South Sectionals. A 1977 graduate of Abington High School, the coach said he works with a ‘‘wonderful group of student-athletes.’’

All-Stars

Atlantic Coast — Dennis-Yarmouth: Camden Mazzoni.

Bay State — Brookline: Josh Caplan, Alex Chin, Zander Comerchero, Jesse Lamba, Andrew McCarthy, Drew McCarthy, Eliot Rosovsky. Framingham: Paul Halberstadt. Milton: Mike Gates, Natalia NOT ON LIST. Natick: Zak Jacobs. Needham: Joey Barrett, Kevin Chao, Alex Cohen, Jacob Shuman. Newton North: Ruben Trauba, Jack Vasu. Wellesley: Alex Chapman, Alex Kley, Alex Novins, Will Rosen. Weymouth: Rohith Parvathaneni.

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Boston City — Latin Academy: Joery Cyriaque, Troy Fredericks, Sam Pham.

Cape & Islands — Cape Cod Academy: Noah Mendelsohn. St. John Paul II: Matt Canzano, Norm Carlson, Cooper Tomchek. Sturgis East: Jake LaMotte. Sturgis West: Tommy Andre.

Cape Ann — Amesbury: Matt Bellino, Matt Nardone. Manchester Essex: Jake Rich. Masconomet: Max Gordon. Pentucket: Ben Brackbill, Max Johnson, Liam McDonough, Nick Pitrowski.

Catholic Central — Arlington Catholic: Vasilios Papath. Austin Prep: Alex DeRoche, Alex Gilmore, Eric Kim, Luke Wyman. Bishop Fenwick: Will Bethune, Jack Palmachuk. Cardinal Spellman: Chris Neilan, Curtiss O’Donnell. Lowell Catholic: Alex DiCiaccio, Sean McCullough, Nathan Perez. Matignon: Henrique Brito. Saint Joseph Prep: Gianluca Giani. St. Mary’s: Tyler Devine, Conor Foley, Jimoh George, Brady Ryan.

Catholic Conference — BC High: Sam Lahart, Justin McGaffigan, Caye Tittmann, Bailey Ward. Catholic Memorial: Colin Molloy. Malden Catholic: Stephen Valente, Emery Zahner. St. John’s Prep: David Cunningham, Evan Maguire, Mikey Prokopas, Amol Raisingani, Jacob Silacci. Xaverian: Will Fraser, Jonathan Gordon.

Commonwealth — Fellowship Christian: Daniel Mills. Greater Lawrence: Johairey Hernandez, Brian Nop. Greater Lowell: Jacob Groz, Nick Lafave, Alvin Tran.

Dual County — Acton-Boxborough: Ray Boppana, Jag Maroju, Prag Marouji, Luke Rodgers. Bedford: Chris Adamik, Ben Biswas, Ben Boswas, Chris En. Boston Latin: Derek Shen. Concord-Carlisle: Sam Heinrich. Newton South: Henry Feldman, Troy Manditch, Michael Marget, James Maxwell, Jarryd Nissenbaum. Weston: Arda Cataltepe, Jack Fleckner, Isaac Gorelik.

Eastern Athletic — Bishop Feehan: Luke Fuller, Pat Fuller, Ben Simmons, Jeremiah Sullivan. Bishop Stang: Collin DiNardo, Liam Kidd, Greg Lucarelli. Somerset Berkley: Danny Botelho, Chase Franco.

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Greater Boston — Malden: Chenxi Lexi. Medford: Trip Hill. Somerville: Anmol Bhargo, Ashutosh Bhargo, Navedeep Maini, Lex Michael, Sam Newman, Brazeen Ranjit, Rezka Yuspi.

Hockomock — Canton: Jeevith Chandrasekar, Jacob Wolicki. Foxborough: Liam Riess. Franklin: Eli Brooks, Rahul Herur, James Johnston, Tom Mancini. King Philip: Cole Ginter. Mansfield: Benny Lin. North Attleborough: Mitchell Dyer. Oliver Ames: Thomas O’Leary. Sharon: Fred Bondar, Han Cui, Adam Dobin, Griffin Fein, Alex Romantz.

Mayflower — Bishop Connolly: Mitchell Hibbert, Matthew Lima, Lucas Wu. Sacred Heart: Conor Greeley. West Bridgewater: Kyle Duffy, Ethan Putnam. Westport: Alex Machairas, Alex Toth, Patrick Yeargin.

Merrimack Valley — Andover: Liam Alden, Dillon Clancy, Andrew Imrie, Owen Plourde, Arman Rafiee, Drew Rooks, Michael Rosen. Haverhill: Nhan Nguyen. Methuen: Jacob Greer.

Middlesex (Freedom) — Burlington: Brett Barnard, Griffin Miniutti, Adam Princiotta, Nick Roberto. Melrose: Sean Donovan, Jason Jang, Jack Mays, Julian Nyland, Sean Prendergast, Samuel Stallings, Caleb Zimmerman. Wilmington: Zach Marcinkowski, Evan Meyers, Teddy Miele.

Middlesex (Liberty) — Belmont: Enrique Massidda. Lexington: Patrick Bodrog, Ethan Housen, Ben Maffa, Griffin Posey, Charles Wang, Charley Zhao, Ethan Zou. Reading: Jackson Conroy, Justin Conroy, Charles Wang. Winchester: Noah Criss, Matt Fagan, Will Hubbard, Jaspar Tahnk.

Northeastern — Beverly: Colin Oliver, Frederico Poncini. Marblehead: Billy Ackerman, Sam Orenstein, Garrett Tully. Salem: Michael Bouchar.

Old Colony — Barnstable: Cooper Blaze, Cooper Hesse, Tyler Shibles.

Patriot — Duxbury: Tyler Caslin, Matt Feldman, Ethan Hall, Eric Seewald, Jack Simon. Hanover: Max Bruchowski, Nick Ginter, Nate Hanrahan. Hingham: Owen Pelissier, Peter Ross, Nick Vallaincourt. Middleborough: Ryan Baker, Nathan Yudichak. Pembroke: Mike Edmonston. Plymouth North: Nate Schneider, Dan Tocco, Luke Vigna, Matt Withington. Plymouth South: Peter Duncan, Noah Smith. Scituate: Tom Berry, Matt Dipesa, Drew Eckelhofer, Henry McKain.

South Coast — Martha’s Vineyard: Zak Danz, Connor Downing.