Published in the July 5, 2021 edition.

THE WMHS girls’ tennis team celebrated their senior captains while announcing the new captains for next season at their banquet. Pictured from left to right is head coach Kathy Healey, incoming captain Annie King, outgoing captains Erica Pecjo and Hannah Guay and incoming captains Panagiota Koutroubis and Haley Ogier. (Courtesy Photo)

WAKEFIELD — The Wakefield High girls’ tennis team celebrated a terrific campaign at their annual end of the season banquet recently. The Warriors finished the year with an overall record of 6-5. They went 6-4 in the regular season. Wakefield started 4-0 with consecutive wins over Watertown and Wilmington. They also swept both matches against Stoneham.

THE WAKEFIELD High girls’ tennis team presented team awards at their banquet. Pictured from left to right are award winners Annie King (MVP), Erica Pecjo (Coaches Award) and Hannah Guay (Coaches Award). (Courtesy Photo)

At the banquet, Wakefield honored their seniors and said goodbye to graduating captains Hannah Guay and Erica Pecjo, two Warriors who competed as key singles players this year. 

Pecjo and Guay passed the torch to next year’s captains: Annie King, Panagiota Koutroubis and Haley Ogier. 

Ogier and Koutroubis teamed up at first doubles this season where they were very successful. They both earned recognition from the league by being named 2021 Middlesex League All-Stars. 

Head coach Kathy Healey also presented team awards at the banquet. 

JUNIORS Panagiota Koutroubis (left) and Haley Ogier were presented with certificates at the Wakefield High girls’ tennis banquet for being named 2021 Middlesex League All-Stars. The teammates played together at first doubles for the Warriors this year. (Courtesy Photo)

King earned the team’s Most Valuable Player award after playing at first singles this season. 

Guay and Pecjo both earned Coaches Awards.