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Max Schuermann, Dover-Sherborn, junior
Schuermann posted a 20-1 record at No. 1 singles to lead his team to the state semifinals. In individual singles play, the two-time TVL MVP claimed the North title, and reached the state final before losing a tough three-set match.
Connor Aulson, Pentucket, senior
Aulson dropped just one match in the regular season for Pentucket, leading the Sachems to the Divison 3 North final. The Cape Ann Player of the Year also reached the North individual final for singles. Aulson will play at Bentley.
Noah Criss, Winchester, junior
Criss, a captain, led the Sachems (14-2) to the Division 2 North semifinals, going undefeated in the regular season at No. 1 singles. A semifinalist in the North individual tournament, Criss ended his third season at 18-2.
Max Francis, Barnstable, senior
Francis reached the South individual semifinals for singles, after finishing his career undefeated in team playoff matches (18-0). He holds the record for the most career wins at his school (106). He plans to play at Assumption.
Andrew Imrie, Andover, senior
Imrie played first singles for the Golden Warriors, finishing with a 13-1 record. The Merrimack Valley Conference Player of the Year was also a North individual tournament semifinalist. Imrie will play tennis for RPI next fall.
Alex Kley, Wellesley, senior
The four-year veteran went 20-4 at first singles and second singles for the D1 South champion Raiders, on top of reaching the sectional final in the individual tournament. Kley will continue his tennis career at Colorado College.
Camden Mazzoni, Dennis-Yarmouth, senior
The Dolphins captain posted a 24-1 record, winning the South individual title in singles. The two-time All-Scholastic reached the state semifinals, finishing his career at 45-4. Mazzoni plans to play Division 1 tennis at Davidson.
Alex Novins, Wellesley, junior
A two-time All-Scholastic, Novins went 21-3 playing out of No. 1 spot the majority of the season for the D1 South champion Raiders. The Bay State League MVP reached the South sectional semifinals in individual play for a second straight season.
Charlie Sharton, Wayland, senior
Sharton finished his third straight spring undefeated in regular season play. This season, playing No. 1 singles, he led the Warriors to the Division 2 state title. The senior plans to join his brother and play tennis at Georgetown.
Leon Fridrikh, Acton-Boxborough, senior
Fridrikh paired with Alex Pieri to win the individual doubles state title. The senior duo played at first doubles for the Colonials (16-3), and helped them win the Division 1 state championship. Fridrikh will attend Miami of Ohio.
Patrick Kley, Wellesley, junior
Kley paired with Michael Ryan at first doubles for the Raiders and led the team to a 20-3 record. Kley and Ryan won the South individual title and then duplicated the feat by leading D-S to the South team title.
Jesse Lamba, Brookline, senior
Lamba paired with freshman Ben Moolman at first doubles to lead the Warriors to a South sectional semifinal appearance. The senior wrapped up his career with a match record of 70-11. He plans to attend Boston University.
Ben Moolman, Brookline, freshman
The Bay State All-Star paired with senior Jesse Lamba to reach the South sectional final in the individual tournament. The duo went 14-2 on the season. The Warriors named Moolman co-MVP after his breakout performance this spring.
Alex Pieri, Acton-Boxborough, senior
Pieri and senior classmate Leon Fridrikh paired up to win the state title in individual doubles after helping the Colonials win their first state championship. The Dual County League All-Star plans to attend the University of Illinois.
Michael Ryan, Wellesley, junior
Ryan and teammate Patrick Kley won the South sectional title in the individual tournament, and the first doubles pair helped the Raiders capture the Division 1 South title with a win over Newton North.
Will Tarini, Lincoln-Sudbury, senior
Tarini partnered with Andrew Vroman at first doubles to post a 16-2 record this season, reaching the North final in the individual tournament. He also led the Warriors to the North Division 1 final. He will attend Boston College.
Andrew Vroman, Lincoln-Sudbury, senior
Vroman and partner Will Tarini finished their season as Dual County League All-Stars, and the first doubles pair reached both the North individual and North team finals as L-S finished 16-2. Vroman will attend Holy Cross.
Division 1: Kevin Curley, Acton-Boxborough
In his 13th year as A-B’s coach, Curley went 16-3 to capture the Colonials first Division 1 state title. With three North sectional titles under his belt, the UMass-Amherst graduate’s career record stands at 230 wins and 25 losses.
Division 2: Shawn Powers, Wayland
In 27 years of coaching, Powers has recorded 387 wins and 113 losses. He went 18-2 this season en route to capturing the Division 2 state title. Of his team, he said: ‘‘They worked hard and had a great deal of fun doing it.’’
Division 3: George Conlin, Weston
Coach of the Wildcats since 2009, Conlin had won three state titles (2010, 2011, 2014) entering the season. After losing in the Division 3 state semis last year, his team came back to win the 2017 state title, finishing at 16-5.
Atlantic Coast — Dennis-Yarmouth: Camden Mazzoni, Trevor Work. Falmouth: Brian Estes, Wes Garland, Luke Knox. Marshfield: Adrian Maggiani. Nauset: Ben Garside, Keenyn Pombo. Sandwich: Marcus DeFelice, Andrew Miele, Matthew Stergis, Vincent Tanguilig.
Bay State — Brookline: Josh Caplan, Nate Comerchero, Josh Fleishman, Jesse Lamba, Josh Lamba, Ben Moolman. Framingham: Tyler Hall. Milton: Michael Gates, Gianni Rodrigues. Natick: Zak Jacobs, Phil Pogrembski. Needham: Ben Dellaripa. Newton North: David Arango, Ruben Trauba. Wellesley: Alex Kley, Patrick Kley, Alex Novins (MVP), Will Rosen, Michael Ryan.
Big Three — Brockton: Roniphael Bazile, David Munoz, Cesar Romero. Durfee: Preston Bailey, Rogerio deSouza, Cristian Hutchins. New Bedford: Joey Fernandes, Tyhon Pina.
Boston City — Latin Academy: Kevin Kubinec, Sam Pham, Garrett Sheerin.
Cape & Islands — Cape Cod Academy: Noah Mendelsohn, Sam Shanahan. St. John Paul II: Matt Canzano, Sean Pratt, Thomas Rezendes, Cooper Thomcik (MVP). Sturgis East: Tommy Andre, Jake LaMotte.
Cape Ann — Amesbury: Matthew Nardone. Ipswich: Austin Pszenny. Manchester Essex: Spencer Feuerbach, Antonio Gillespie, Wolf Hahn, Will Heslop, Garrett Lamothe. Pentucket: Connor Aulson (MVP), Max Jackson, Nick Piotrowski.
Catholic Central — Arlington Catholic: Marcelo Pershun Zanchet. Austin Prep: Matthew DeRoche, Eric Kim, Amnat Phraewphanarai, Jon Whooley. Bishop Fenwick: Greg Mattucci, Regan Zhu. Cardinal Spellman: Chris McCune, Chris Neilan, Curtis O’Donnell. Lowell Catholic: James Bartlett, Josh Fiorentino, Sean McCullough. Saint Joseph Prep: Dante Salyucci. St. Mary’s: Brady Ryan (MVP).
Catholic Conference — BC High: Aidan Dale, Adam Guard, Tripoom Jala, Aleks Lazowski. Catholic Memorial: Brendan Julian, Ryan Julian. Malden Catholic: Emery Zahner. St. John’s Prep: David Cunningham, Michael Prokopis, Amol Raisingani. Xaverian: Justin Doo, Will Fraser.
Commonwealth — Fellowship Christian: Dave Mills. Greater Lawrence: Brian Valdez. Greater Lowell: Nick Lafave, Michael Luis-Marques, Eddie Tran. Minuteman: Jack Ryan. Shawsheen: Duncan Baron, Andreas Gonzales, Adam Hines, Ammaan Shaikh.
Dual County — Acton-Boxborough: Ray Boppana, Matt Campbell, Leon Fridrikh, Alex Pieri. Cambridge: Alexander Chueh, Eric White. Lincoln-Sudbury: Will Tarini, Andrew Vroman, Nick Vroman. Wayland: Gage Fuller, Will Gardner, Charlie Sharton, Jaylen Wang. Weston: John Lathrop.
Eastern Athletic — Bishop Feehan: Pat Fuller, Ben Simmons. Bishop Stang: Colin DiNardo, Sean Nutter. Coyle & Cassidy: Bryan Clark. Martha’s Vineyard: Aksel Cooperrider, Nianoa Cooperrider, Zak Danz, Owen Favreau. Somerset Berkley: Chase Franco, Daniel Gotelho.
Hockomock — Canton: Jake Wolicki. Foxborough: Andre Jaberi, Liam Riess, Matt Tierney. Franklin: Eli Brooks, Rahul Havur, James Johnston, Derek Wu. King Philip: Blake Ginter (MVP), Cole Ginter. Mansfield: Minchi Lin, Luke Nickerson. Sharon: Fred Bondar (MVP), Griffin Fein, Alberto Olivei, Alex Romantz.
Mayflower — Bishop Connolly: Matthew Lima, Nick Mulvey, JP Viveiros. Sacred Heart: Conor Greeley. West Bridgewater: Raffa Duran, Jackson Mason. Westport: Alberto Cu Sosa (MVP).
Merrimack Valley — Andover: Liam Alden, Ryan Cadigan, Javier Camino, Ben Colecchi, David Grossman, Andrew Imrie (MVP), Michael Rosen. Haverhill: Nhan Nguyen. Methuen: Jacob Greer (MVP).
Middlesex — Arlington: Brian Niguidula. Burlington: Griffin Minitutti, Rohit Pathak, Adam Princiotta, Nick Roberto, Saif Shaikh. Lexington: Aaron Chen, Joshua Feldman, Benjamin Maffa, Griffin Posey, Charles Wang, Charley Zhao. Melrose: Joseph Connolly, Sean Donovan, Jason Jang, Jack Mays, Sean Prendergast, Samuel Stallings, Caleb Zimmerman. Reading: Alan Nguyen. Wakefield: James Hanron. Winchester: Grant Andrews, Noah Criss, Matt Fagan, AJ Simboli, Ramsey Sullivan.
Northeastern — Beverly: Enrico Costa (MVP). Marblehead: Billy Ackerman, Dan Litbak, Felix Litbak, Sam Orenstein, Jack Quigley, Garrett Tulley.
Old Colony — Barnstable: Dan Black, Trevor Blaze, Patrick Dettinger-Klemm, Max Francis. Dartmouth: Connor Alves, Advika Rajapakse, Trevor Schwarzmann.
Patriot — Duxbury: Tyler Castin, David Gardner, Ethan Hall (MVP), Guy Holbrook, Jack Simon. Hanover: Nick Ginter (MVP), George Lawstowka, Sam O’Grady. Hingham: Campbell Davies, Owen Pelissier. North Quincy: Shane Lerkvikarn, Brigham McKee, Adam Tlacoxolal-chua. Plymouth North: Nate Schneider. Plymouth South: Julian Cernac, Peter Duncan, Cameron Ride. Scituate: Tom Berry, Christan Eckelhofer, Drew Eckelhofer. Silver Lake: Jon Hannigan. Whitman-Hanson: Brian Fox, Matt Hickey, Tyler Rice.
South Coast — Apponequet: Tim Johnson. Bourne: Jordan Barracchini, Matt Caron. Case: Will Kenyon, Brad Martel. Dighton-Rehoboth: Joel Papp, Sean Silva. Old Rochester: Alex Bilodeau, Josh Lerman, Sam Pasquill, Maxx Walski.
South Shore — Monomoy: Rudy Fratus.
Tri-Valley — Ashland: Max Freeman (MVP). Dover-Sherborn: Charlie Allen, Jake Budd, Lucas Minas, Seth Novitch, Max Schuermann. Hopkinton: Chris Mastroianni, Ryan Mastroianni, Nalin Storm, Luke Whitehouse. Medfield: Brian Cain, Cole Dianni, Jack Wagenseller. Medway: Chris Assad. Westwood: Dahra Azar, Brian Foley, Billy Wallace.
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