Annie MacMaster, Westport, Freshman

The Wildcats’ No. 2 player went 17-0, and didn’t drop a set all season. She won two matches in the state individual tournament in just her second year playing high school tennis. Finished with an overall season mark of 204 games won, 24 lost. “She’s a very consistent player who puts the ball where she wants. Very calm and steady, very high motor,” coach Matt Kampper said.

Sailor Nordstrom, Bishop Stang, Sophomore

Nordstrom took over as the Spartans' No. 1 player and helped lead them back to the playoffs. She went 14-4 on the season against some tough, older competition. The Spartans fell to Duxbury 3-0 in the first round of the team tournament, but with Nordstrom leading the way, they look to be a formidable force for the next few seasons. “She had the shots, but what she really had was the serve,” coach Jackie McCarthy said. “She stepped up.”

Shawna Walker, Apponequet, Senior

One of the Lakers’ captains, Walker was a four-year starter who excelled as both a doubles player and a singles player. This year, she went 20-0 on the season, never losing a set while earning South Coast Conference All-Star honors. “She has an excellent all-around game, as well as being able to adjust to her opponents’ style,” coach Ken Lanyon said.

Emma Collings, Senior, and Kinsley Dickerson, Freshman, Old Rochester

The duo became partners four matches into the season, and took over as the Bulldogs’ top doubles team. They went 16-0 the rest of the season as a tandem, earning unanimous SCC All-Star honors and reaching the Elite 8 in the South Singles and Doubles tournament. “A perfect marriage of power serving and aggressive volleying allowed them to dominate opponents at the net,” coach Bob Hohne said.

Delaney Soucy, Sophomore, and Charlotte Cole, Freshman, Old Rochester

The two became one of the strongest doubles teams in the area after being paired together. They went 14-1 as a tandem, and their only loss came to Ursuline in the state semifinals. “While both players possessed better-than-average stroking skills and speed, it was their ability to communicate that allowed them to maximize court coverage,” coach Bob Hohne said.


Danielle Nutter, Old Rochester, Freshman

Nutter went 16-5 and was named an SCC All-Star. “From the opening practice, Danielle demonstrated a willingness to improve her singles game by adding a powerful topspin component that complimented her effective slice game,” coach Bob Hohne said.

Megan Marshall, Dartmouth, Sophomore

Only a sophomore, Marshall was part of a trio (along with Julia Levin and Megan Anderson) that helped lead the Indians to a 13-6 record and the ninth seed in Division 2 South. Although the Indians couldn’t get past No. 8 Foxboro in the tournament, Marshall will be a future anchor for a team that is losing some strong senior talent, but still has some underclassmen ready to step up next season.

Delaney Pothier, Old Rochester, Sophomore

Pothier was an SCC All-Star, compiling a record of 14-7. After battling through shoulder problems as a freshman that limited her to only playing doubles, she rose to the first singles spot this year. “She played an improving brand of tennis and saved her best for the state tournament,” coach Bob Hohne said.


Samantha Turcotte, Apponequet, Senior; Dina Haboosh, Bishop Stang, Junior; Kassandra Stone, Bishop Stang, Sophomore; Amanda Vasconcelos, Bishop Stang, Junior; Ariana Bedoya, New Bedford, Senior; Serena Marques, New Bedford, Senior; Grace Mitchell, New Bedford, Sophomore; Skylah Reis, New Bedford, Senior; Melanie Santiago, New Bedford, Senior.