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Boys Tennis

Daniel Cox
Daniel Cox First Team

School: Red Bank

Grade: 12, Cox won the District 6 and Region 3 titles and was the Class A/AA state singles runner-up.

Ryan Crump
Ryan Crump First Team

School: McCallie

Grade: 12, Crump played No. 2 singles for the Blue Tornado and was one-half of the Division II-AA state doubles champions.

Alec Kadrie
Alec Kadrie First Team

School: Baylor

Grade: 12, Kadrie was 15-1 playing No. 2 singles for the Division II-AA state semifinalists and was a state doubles runner-up.

Cameron LeBoeuf
Cameron LeBoeuf First Team

School: Calhoun

Grade: 12, LeBouef played No. 1 singles for the Yellow Jackets, helping lead the program to the Georgia Class 3A state quarterfinals.

Andrew Lisy
Andrew Lisy First Team

School: Notre Dame

Grade: 12, Lisy played No. 1 singles for the Irish and finished the year with only a pair of losses.

Cooper Long
Cooper Long First Team

School: Baylor

Grade: 12, The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga signee fell in three sets in the Division II-AA state singles semifinals and played No. 1 singles for the state team semifinalists.

Jameson Mench
Jameson Mench First Team

School: Silverdale Baptist

Grade: 12, Mench won the District 5-A/AA individual singles title before falling in three sets in the region championship.

Benjamin Taverne
Benjamin Taverne First Team

School: Baylor

Grade: 10,Taverne played No. 3 singles for the Red Raiders and was one-half of the Division II-AA state doubles runners-up.

Charlie Thel
Charlie Thel First Team

School: McCallie

Grade: 12,Thel was one-half of the Division II-AA state doubles champions while also playing No. 1 singles for the state team semifinalists.

Grant Williams
Grant Williams First Team

School: Signal Mountain

Grade: 11, Williams played No. 1 singles for the Class A/AA state runners-up and was also a state doubles semifinalist.

Jared Elrod
Jared Elrod Second Team

School: Bradley Central

Grade: 10,

Jack Hughes
Jack Hughes Second Team

School: Cleveland

Grade: 12,

Colton Lang
Colton Lang Second Team

School: Collegedale

Grade: 11,

Holden McElroy
Holden McElroy Second Team

School: Collegedale

Grade: 11,

Zan Meyer
Zan Meyer Second Team

School: McCallie

Grade: 12,

Veeren Patel
Veeren Patel Second Team

School: Cleveland

Grade: 12,

Jacob Quast
Jacob Quast Second Team

School: Murray Co

Grade: 12,

Thomas Thelen
Thomas Thelen Second Team

School: Signal Mountain

Grade: 11,

Ryan Toomey
Ryan Toomey Second Team

School: Baylor

Grade: 11,

Roger Trombley
Roger Trombley Second Team

School: Signal Mountain

Grade: 12,

George Brant
George Brant Third Team

School: McCallie

Grade: 12,

Nolan Cawood
Nolan Cawood Third Team

School: Walker Valley

Grade: 11,

Evan Ellinger
Evan Ellinger Third Team

School: McCallie

Grade: 12,

Will Ingell
Will Ingell Third Team

School: Notre Dame

Grade: 10,

Bernard Lisy
Bernard Lisy Third Team

School: Notre Dame

Grade: 9,

Edward O'Neal
Edward O'Neal Third Team

School: Baylor

Grade: 12,

Ethan Palisoc
Ethan Palisoc Third Team

School: Baylor

Grade: 12,

Gary Paradis
Gary Paradis Third Team

School: Red Bank

Grade: 12,

Robert Renner
Robert Renner Third Team

School: McCallie

Grade: 11,

Bennett Wills
Bennett Wills Third Team

School: Dalton

Grade: 12,

Jordan Willcut
Jordan Willcut , Coach

School: Signal Mountain

Coach, In only his second season of coaching, Willcutt led the Signal Mountain boys' tennis program to its deepest postseason run in school history, as the Eagles won the District 7 and Region 4 titles before falling 4-1 in the Class A/AA state final to Christian Academy of Knoxville. Throughout the run, Willcutt boasted about how his team was the only public school program still remaining in the now-defunct A/AA division, and with the Eagles returning five of its top six players and now competing in the Division I Small division starting next season, with other public schools, the program feels just as good about its chances next season. "The team as a whole made me look like a lot better of a coach than I actually am," Willcutt said. "The skill level was so high. I loved spending time with the team; it made my days a lot longer, but it was all worth it because we were having fun. It was a surreal feeling. As the kids were, I was disappointed we weren't state champs, but I was happy with how we performed. This whole year is a great set of memories, and even though we're not losing a lot, this team was special."