GameTimePA.com YAIAA boys' tennis all-stars 2017

The top tennis players in the YAIAA, selected by the GameTimePA.com staff.

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Athlete of the Year

Holden Koons, Dallastown, sophomore 

Koons once again dominated the local tennis scene, winning his second straight YAIAA and District 3 singles championships in dominant fashion, losing just five games total during the district tournament. The sophomore also won the league doubles title and helped the Wildcats win their division.


FIRST-TEAM ALL-STARS

Hunter Jones, Dallastown, sr.

Jones partnered with Koons to dominate the league doubles tournament and win gold. The senior also finished third in the Class 3A league singles tournament and reached the District 3 tournament. 


Brett Gill, Littlestown, sr. 

The top player on Littlestown's division title-winning team, Gill won the league singles title in Class 2A and partnered with Noah DeCampo to win the league doubles title. He went undefeated in the regular season and won a match at the District 3 tournament. 


Noah DeCampo, Littlestown, jr. 

A back injury prevented DeCampo from facing Gill for the league singles title, but the junior still finished second and took gold in the league doubles tournament. He also reached the District 3 Class 2A doubles semifinals with Gill. 


Gavin Kenny, South Western, sr. 

The league's second-best singles player after Koons, Kenny took silver in the YAIAA Class 3A singles tournament. He also reached the quarterfinals in the league doubles tournament and competed in the District 3 singles tournament. 


Alec Shue, Red Lion, jr. 

Shue finished fourth in the league singles tournament in Class 3A after losing a close match to Jones. He also reached the semifinals of the league doubles tournament and the District 3 doubles tournament with Riley Krout. 


Coach of the Year

Ron Floess, Littlestown

Floess continued the turnaround at Littlestown that began last season, as the Bolts rolled to a Division II title and the District 3 Class 2A semifinals. The Bolts also claimed league singles and doubles titles. 


Honorable mention

Bermudian Springs: Nick Wool
New Oxford: Justin Gruver
York Suburban: Tyr Abendschoen 


 

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GameTimePA presents the YAIAA's top boys' tennis players for spring 2017. Sean Heisey, York Daily Record

YAIAA ALL-STAR WEEK

It's YAIAA All-Star Week at GameTimePA.com! Each day, look for a new set of all-stars from the York-Adams spring sports season, both online and in the print edition of the York Daily Record and Hanover Evening Sun. Here's the schedule:

Boys' track and field 
Online | In YDR June 25 | In Evening Sun June 25

Girls' track and field 
Online | In YDR June 26 | In Evening Sun June 25

Boys' tennis 
Online | In YDR June 27 | In Evening Sun June 27

Boys' volleyball 
Online June 27 | In YDR June 28 | In Evening Sun June 28

Girls' lacrosse 
Online June 28 | In YDR June 29 | In Evening Sun June 29

Boys' lacrosse 
Online June 29 | In YDR June 30 | In Evening Sun June 29

Softball 
Online June 30 | In YDR July 1 | In Evening Sun July 2

Baseball 
Online July 1 | In YDR July 2 | In Evening Sun July 2

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