Boys’ Player of the Year: Myron Davis, Charles H. Flowers
The junior finished the season undefeated in No. 1 singles competition and extended his winning streak into the postseason where he won the Prince George’s North District and Region III titles and advanced to the second round of the state tournament.
Girls’ Player of the Year: Lydia Carter, Eleanor Roosevelt
In her sophomore year, Carter went undefeated during the regular season at No. 1 singles. She teamed with Amira Walcott to win the Prince George’s North District and Region III doubles titles and took third place in the state tournament.
Brett Tielman-Fenelous, DeMatha: Finished the regular season with just one loss in Washington Catholic Athletic Conference competition, reaching the No. 2 singles final in the league tournament.
Roderick Peyton, Laurel: Played at the No. 1 singles position during the regular season before teaming with twin brother Tre’Vonne to win the North District and Region III doubles titles.
Vijay Golla, Roosevelt: Freshman had strong season at No. 1 singles before pairing with Rohan Jain to finish as runner-up in the North District and Region III tournaments.
Reggie Robinson, Flowers: Senior was the runner-up in boys’ singles at the North District and Region III tournaments before advancing to win his first match in the state tournament. Will play for Coppin State University next fall.
Evan Ward, DeMatha: Junior played in the No. 1 singles spot for the Stags, losing just once in the regular season before advancing to the WCAC No. 1 singles final for the second consecutive season.
Melequa King, Suitland: Senior went 7-2 in the regular season before winning the South District girls’ singles title and finishing as runner-up in the Region III tournament.
Friendship Pareja, Oxon Hill: Senior advanced to South District girls’ singles final and won the girls’ singles consolation match at the Region III tournament.
Amira Walcott, Roosevelt: A standout in soccer, the junior went unbeaten at No. 2 singles during the regular season, then paired with Lydia Carter to sweep the North District and Region III doubles titles and finish third in the state.
Kenya Colbert, Flowers: Finished her high school career by winning the North District and Region III girls’ singles titles after finishing second her previous three seasons. Will play at North Carolina A&T next fall.
Anna Nicholson, Bowie: Senior had solid season as singles player, then teamed with Susannah Betts to take second in the North District and Region III tournaments.
Coach of the Year
Brendan O’Connell, Roosevelt: Raiders had only three seniors and lost last year’s top boys’ and girls’ singles players to graduation, but went undefeated in the regular season and won a seventh consecutive Region III title.
Boys: Francisco Zelaya and Jose Granados, High Point; Tre’Vonne Peyton, Laurel; Tariq Sherif, Central; Ehab Amir, Alex Stevenson, Kevin Ocampos-Barry and Sean Matthews, Bowie; Jon Jones, Rohan Jain and David Gilliam, Roosevelt; Jacquille Magazine, Henry A. Wise. Girls: Susannah Betts and Mady Simmons, Bowie; Nia Rush, Ariele Watkins and Kiara Lombre, Flowers; Ari Meliciano, Ashley Holland, Vasudha Kowtha and Natalie Gillis, Roosevelt; Miranda Taylor, Monique-Scott Hayes and Jazmin Washington, Wise.
In The Gazette's June 9 print editions, Reggie Robinson of Charles H. Flowers was unintentionally omitted from the first team.
The Gazette All-County Tennis team covers public and private school players in the 2010-11 school year. Public schools in Maryland play tennis during the spring, while the private school tennis season is split between the fall and the spring.