Hammond honored at singles, Calnan and Sellers selected in doubles
WAKEFIELD — The Middlesex League boys’ tennis coaches met recently to make this year’s all-stars selections in both the Freedom and Liberty divisions.
The Wakefield Memorial High boys’ tennis team had three players chosen in the balloting. Senior Adam Hammond was named an all-star at singles in the Freedom division, while senior Chris Calnan and sophomore Noah Sellers were chosen in doubles.
Melrose led the way in the M.L. Freedom division with two singles players named all-stars and two doubles. Burlington was next with two singles players and a doubles team honored and Wilmington had one singles player selected as an all-star.
In the M.L. Liberty division, Lexington had four singles players chosen as all-stars along with two doubles teams to lead the way in that division.
Winchester had two singles players and two doubles teams honored, while Reading had one singles player and one doubles team attain all-star status. Belmont had one singles player selected as an all-star.
2015 MIDDLESEX LEAGUE BOYS’ TENNIS ALL-STARS
Yash Kamani, Burlington
Nick Roberto, Burlington
Julian Nyland, Melrose
Jack Mays, Melrose
Robert Mailey, Wilmington
Adam Hammond, Wakefield
Ansh Bhanmar and Shivesh Shah, Burlington
Liam Brown and Joe Hughes, Melrose
Brian Candandello and Sam Stallings, Melrose
Chris Calnan and Noah Sellers, Wakefield
Benjamin Maffa, Lexington
Max McGeown, Lexington
Noah Golowich, Lexington
Noah Criss, Lexington
Nilos Makino, Winchester
Sam Criss, Winchester
Enrique Massidda, Belmont
Charles Wang, Reading
Gideon Feife and Ethan Zou, Lexington
Daniel Seong and Ethan Housen, Lexington
Will Hubbard and Chris Kuang, Winchester
Ramsey Sullivan and Jonathan Yao, Winchester
Jackson Conroy and Justin Conroy, Reading