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Adrien Bouchet

Oak­ton / Sr.

De­fend­ing Vir­ginia 6A boys’ sin­gles champ and Emory re­cruit was the 6A North re­gion run­ner up and went un­de­feated in sin­gles dur­ing the regular sea­son.

Do­minick Perez

Gon­zaga / Jr.

Cap­tured the WCAC No. 1 sin­gles ti­tle to fin­ish 16-0 in sin­gles and 28-2 in­clud­ing No. 1 dou­bles, where he was a WCAC tour­na­ment fi­nal­ist.

Alex Cauneac

Sev­erna Park / Sr.

Un­de­feated Mary­land state cham­pion be­came the Fal­cons’ first boys’ sin­gles cham­pion since 1982. Fin­ished high school ca­reer with 60-4 record.

Mark Pret­ty­man

Jef­fer­son / Jr.

Went un­de­feated in the regular sea­son as the Colo­nials’ No. 1 sin­gles player and de­fended his 5A North re­gion ti­tles in both sin­gles and dou­bles.

Ja­son Kros

W.T. Wood­son / Sr.

Vir­ginia 6A sin­gles fi­nal­ist and dou­bles cham­pion made his mark in his first year of high school ten­nis. Will play at Vir­ginia Tech.

Den­nis Wang

Poolesville / Sr.

Mary­land state sin­gles run­ner-up com­piled a 38-4 over­all record at Poolesville. Won the Mont­gomery County and Re­gion II ti­tles. Will play at Yale.

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