All-Gazette tennis: Boys
Coach of the Year
Bullis, 27th year
Led team to 9-2 record and fourth consecutive Interstate Athletic Conference and Ben Johns tournament titles.
Player of the Year
Lost one set all season on way to first county and state championships. Along way, helped lead Rams to Division II team title.
Taylor Hairston, Bullis, Soph.
Compiled 10-4 record in helping Bullis win its fourth-straight IAC title. Won No. 1 singles bracket at Ben Johns Tournament.
Timmy Klanke, Whitman, Jr.
First-year No. 1 singles player led Vikings to second consecutive Division I title with 8-1 record. County finalist took only set off Goodwin.
Eiichiro Okuyama, Wootton, Fr.
Debuted with 14-1 record in No. 1 singles slot. Fell to Goodwin in county semifinals.
Chris Seckman, Bullis, Sr.
George Washington University-bound, compiled 12-1 record and successfully defended No. 2 singles title at Ben Johns.
Felix Sun, Churchill, Jr.
Stepped into No. 1 singles role nicely, finishing 12-2 with county semifinals appearance.
Aaron Hoffman (Soph.)⁄Victor Osnos (Jr.)Whitman
Court prowess and strategy led to 10-0 record, No. 1 doubles title at county tournament.
Ben Winston (Sr.)⁄Matt Volkov (Sr.)Whitman
Compiled unblemished 10-0 record en route to No. 2 doubles county title.
Harper Leahy (Jr.)⁄Paul Park (Jr.)Bullis
First-year varsity members went 13-1 and won Ben Johns No. 1 doubles title.
Kevin Chu, Churchill, Fr.
Alvin Fludd, Bullis, Jr.
Adam Goldberger, Paint Branch, Jr.
Kirby Mayo, Whitman, Sr.
Patrick Mulquin, Georgetown Prep, Jr.
Neil Soni, Northwest, Jr.
Billy Maloney (Sr.)⁄Remy Mooney (Sr.), Georgetown Prep
Jason Teitelbaum (Soph.)⁄Andrew Hwang (Fr.), Churchill
Jason Luo (Sr.)⁄Austin Miller (Fr.), Wootton