Josh LevineCold Spring Harbor, Soph.

The Nassau runner-up led Cold Spring Harbor to an undefeated championship season and came in second in his first trip to the state tournament.

SinglesNolan GelmanHalf Hollow Hills West, Sr.

In his first year playing singles, the Bryant-bound three-sport athlete won the Suffolk Tournament and advanced to the second round at states.

Zach Morris

Garden City, Jr.

Defeated Josh Levine, 2-6, 6-4, 7-5, in a thrilling Nassau final and won the consolation singles title at the state tournament.

Eric AmbrosioCold Spring Harbor, Jr.

Didn't lose his first match of the season until the second round of the state tournament and made All-State for the second straight year.

DoublesEric Rubin and Matt Barry

Long Beach, Soph. & Soph.

Defeated Friends Academy's Jon DeFrancesch and Andrew Yaraghi, 6-3, 7-5, to win the Nassau doubles title and took third place in state tournament.

Chris Hunter (Jr.) and Eric Bertuglia (Soph.) Half Hollow Hills East

Won the Suffolk doubles title in their first season playing together and nearly advanced to the state quarterfinals.

Ignacio Casali (Sr.) and Brenden Henry (Soph.) Farmingdale

After second-place finish in Nassau Tournament, the pair advanced to semifinals of the state tournament.

Coach Of The Year

Paul Poschmann, Cold Spring Harbor

Guided the Seahawks to an unbeaten season and their third straight Long Island championship.



Zain Ali, Half Hollow Hills East, Eighth-grader

Richard Sipala, Ross, Jr.

Justin Pagan, St. Mary's, Jr.

Pat Brosnan, Chaminade, Sr.


Jon DeFrancesch (Jr.) and Andrew Yaraghi (Soph.), Friends Academy

Kevin Serina (Sr.) and Nick Bauer (Soph.), East Islip

Spencer Kuzon (Jr.) and Trippie Tuff (Seventh-grader), Ross

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