Suitor to a challenger – Lowell Sun.

From Mid-Wach C champs to Merrimack Valley Conference candidates. From Dual County League Dominators to Commonwealth Athletic Conference Challengers. From Middlesex League Freedom fighters to New Hampshire Division 1 heavyweights. The local tennis court for boys’ colleges will have lots of excitement this season.
Here’s a glimpse of a few of the team you can see.

League: New Hampshire Division 1
Recurring letter winners: Ashton Meuse, sr .; Peyton Meuse, sr .; Lucas Perron, soph .; Aiden Hughes, jr .; Caleb Lambert, soph .; Jace Martin, soph .; James Dlubac, soph .; Zachary Proulx, soph.
Coach Mike Coulter (11th year): “We return from a fantastic season last year where we reached the championship, but fall short for a very good Bedford team. We look forward to a great upcoming season. With only a few returning starters, we have some newcomers working their way up the ladder. “

League: Merrimack Valley Conference
Last year’s record: 3-11
Captains: Tanmay Sonawane, sr .; Dhvan Shah, soph.
Second returning letter winner: Abhinaba Goswami, fr.
Coach Brian Sullivan (Season 7): “The team this year will be young. I look forward to a year of development and improvement. ”

League: Merrimack Valley Conference
Last year’s season: 8-3
Captain: Rishi Krishnan
Promising newcomer: Oden Roberts, fr.
Coach Pasha Nikolayev (1st year): “I am very excited to take over. As a young team with a young coach, I want to show everyone how hungry and eager we are to play. We can lose, but we will give 100 percent, I promise you every time. I am very excited to make my impression on the team and see the team grow over time. ”

League: Mid-Wach C
Last year’s record: 9-0
Senior Tri-Captains: Will Palaia, Lucas Mueller, Mikey Taylor.
Second returning letter winner: Jake Arimento.
Promising newcomers: Areen Panda, fr .; Samuel Little, soph.
Coach Richard Ryzi (1st year): “I have some high expectations to fill as they had a massive unbeaten season last year. The captains are pretty strong. I depend on them keeping the team together. They are absolutely amazing guys and I look forward to seeing what they can. They are all ready to work hard and prove they can win a championship this year. I look forward to seeing how far we can go. I believe in this team. “

Lowell Catholic
League: Commonwealth Athletic Conference
Last year’s record: 2-8
Senior Captain: Aidan Rodgers.
Promising Newcomers: Keegan Winsor, fr .; Adam DiCiaccio, fr .; Adrian Nagrant, fr .; Jacob Thellen, fr .; Andrew Van Opstal, fr.
Coach Laura Dupre (1st season): “We have a young team with so much potential. There are five freshmen in the university lineup. Keegan Winsor, a freshman, starts on the third single and shows a lot of promise for the rest of the season. “

League: Merrimack Valley Conference
Last year’s record: 2-12
Senior co-captains: Win Bo, Brady Litton.
Second returning letter winner: Darren Castiglione, jr.
Promising newcomers: Toffy Beyloune, fr .; Adam Chawkate, jr .; Tyler Chesbrough, fr .; James Cozzo, jr .; John Erskine, fr .; Dayton Fisher, fr .; Daniel Franklin, jr .; Michael Gaglione, soph .; Gregory Mercado, fr .; Jason Morris, soph .; Ashwin Narayanan, soph .; George Zackular, jr.
Coach Rick Keene (6th season): “I definitely think we can compete and win some games. I think we can have a really good season considering that half of the team did not play before. They show great potential. They work hard. We have had a lot of drills so far, the weather has been good and we have not had to shovel the snow off the tracks like we have done in the past. It has been a good start so far – a very good and surprising start. The management of the team with Brady and Win has been excellent, I made them my captains. “

League: Mid-Wach C
Last year’s record: 7-10
Senior Tri-Captains: Sal Miele, Eddy Derby, Ian Barton.
Other recurring letter winners: Jake Sheridan, sr .; George Tyros, sr .; Jeremy Hudon, sr.
Promising Newcomers: Aiden Weed, sr .; Zack Carney, sr .; Collin Marcucci, jr .; Trey Harkins, soph .; Ryan Kamanski, soph.
Coach Tom Varnum (14th year): “Most of our teams were new last year, so we learned a lot in the first year. With one year of experience, we are looking to qualify for the state tournament.

Westford Academy
League: Dual County League
Last year’s record: 2-10
Captains: JaiKrishnan ArunRajhesh, sr .; Connor Liona, soph.
Other returning letter winners: Prajwal Hegde, sr .; Kyungkyu Park, jr .; Wiliam Owen, jr .; Cang Nguyen, soph.
Promising newcomer: Saunak Manna, fr.
Coach Patrick Clycomb (1st year): “We are in the tough DCL league. We are a young team that wants to improve on last year’s record. Our hope is to be competitive in every match. “

League: Middlesex League Freedom Division
Last year’s record: 10-3, league champions.
Senior Captain: Anay Gandhi.
Other returning letter winners: Anuj Gandhi, jr .; Sidd Karani, soph .; Owen Mitchell, jr .; Eric Packer, soph .; Ryan Weinstein, soph.
Promingtin Newcomer: Sarthak Tripathi, soph., Double.
Coach Rob Mailey (Season 13): “I feel we definitely have a good chance of winning the league title. One thing we have to guard against is arrogance after last season. We won some close matches last season, “And we’ve got a lot of good opponents this season. But if we play well and don’t get overconfident, we should compete to repeat as Freedom Division champions and be competitive in our Liberty Division matches.”

Co-Ed Tennis
Greater Lowell
League: Commonwealth Athletic Conference
Last year’s record: 6-3
Captains: Victoria Emerson, sr .; Catherine Chhim, sr .; Kaliyana Chea, sr .; Hannah Fletcher, sr .; Tyra Medina, soph.
Coach Stephen Alborghetti (8th year): “We are very excited about our upcoming season and look forward to helping our new players develop their skills and our returning players hone theirs.”

League: Merrimack Valley Conference
Last year’s record: 2-16
Recurring letter winners: Kimleng Kit, sr .; Darsh Patel, sr .; Madeline Frenette, sr .; Natalie Sandler, soph.
Promising Newcomers: Maegan Cole, sr .; Portia Yeboah, sr .; Erin Nji, fr .; Bella Meas, fr .; Lenary Felix, soph .; Nathaniel de Carvalho, soph.
Coach Jennifer Carey (Season 28): “We will definitely rebuild both the girls ‘and boys’ teams over the next few years and have made a no-cut policy this season. We have put rackets in the hands of 30 children, 24 of whom are girls, and they have turned up for training since the start of the season. It can only mean that the interest is there; and now it’s about Chris Andros, the boys’ coach for 10 years, and I’ve instructing them in the basics of tennis, tennis etiquette and a passion for this lifelong sport, while teaching them the importance of perseverance and teamwork when competing against the best players. and team in Merrimack Valley. “

Nashoba Tech
League: Commonwealth Athletic Conference
Last year’s record: 2-6
Junior co-captains: Michelle Dunn, Ben Reese.
Other returning letter winners: Jenn Monterio, jr .; Elizabeth Paff, jr .; Christopher Ricard, soph.
Promising Newcomers: Eric Caulfield, soph .; Ally Montgomery, fr .; Amelia Lelievre, fr .; Sarah Recchia, fr .; Hannah McAnulty, fr .; Mellyssa Martins, fr .; Amira White 2025, fr .; Ava Berson, fr.
Coaches Sayda Betsold (2nd year) / Lynnsey Shaunessey (3rd year): “With some veterans and promising beginners, our team starts off strong. We hope for a very successful spring tennis season for the Vikings. ”

Shawsheen Tech
League: Commonwealth Athletic Conference
Last year’s record: 10-0, CAC Champions
Senior co-captains: John Zembeck, Sam Hines.
Other recurring letter winners: Bobby Dodge, jr .; Ethan Hines, soph .; Sarah Johansen, soph .; Jasmine Johansen, soph .; Sofia LaVita, soph .; Quinn Fallon, sr.
Promising newcomers: Elliot Hong, fr .; Erin Cornell, fr.
Coach Jay Tildsley (Season 3): “We do not have to blow up the lineup. We have a pretty good idea of ​​who should be there, it’s just a matter of figuring out who should be in what place. But the new players and veterans who are left are something we are very excited about. “

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