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All-PAC-10 girls tennis team selected


By bsankey@21st-centurymedia.com">Barry Sankey, Sports Reporter, bsankey@, phoenixvillenews.com

Friday, November 16, 2012

The 2012 Pioneer Athletic Conference girls tennis team has been announced.
Phoenixville senior Julie McNabb was named honorable mention at first singles with a 7-2 record. Boyertown’s Emily Allen made the first team at 9-0 and Methacton’s Lauren Simeone was named second team at 8-1.
Phoenixville junior Lexi Crovetti was named second team at second singles with a 7-1 record. Methacton’s Mihaela Codreanu made first team at 7-0. Spring-Ford’s Claire Parker made honorable mention at 7-2.
At third singles, Spring-Ford’s Natassja Boham was named second team with an 8-1 mark. Methacton’s Paige McDougall made first team at 9-0. Perkiomen Valley’s Leona Kretzu was picked honorable mention at 7-2.
At first doubles, Spring-Ford’s Tomomi Mitsuzuka/Marybeth Moscirella gained honorable mention at 7-2. Boyertown’s Amanda Loar/Kayla Loar won first team honors with a perfect 9-0 record. Perkiomen Valley’s Abena Aggrey/Danielle Newbill finished at second team with an 8-1 mark.
Phoenixville’s Kira Landis/Gabby Pattinson took second team honors at second doubles while Spring-Ford’s Natalie Wright/Kirsten Landis posted a 9-0 record for first team. Methacton’s Allison Mann/Kaitlyn O’Toole ended 6-3 for honorable mention.
At third doubles, Phoenixville’s Olivia Teter/Maddy DiAddezio received honorable mention after going 5-4 in the PAC-10. Spring-Ford’s Sam Goman/Ellie Graziadei came in second team at 8-1. Methacton’s duo of Kelly Fields/Natalie Rittenhouse wound up first team at 8-1.
Spring-Ford’s Catherine Walsh/Rachel Harrison notched honorable mention at fourth doubles with a 7-2 mark. Methacton’s Emily Tencza/Helen Zhou gained first team at 9-0, and Perkiomen Valley’s Isabel Dove/Maddie Conte came in second team at 8-1.