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All-PAC-10 girls tennis team selected

By Barry Sankey, Phoenixville Reporter Item

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.