Pat Guarneri | Landon
The repeat All-Met at No. 1 singles went 12-3 and helped the Bethesda school to the regular season Interstate Athletic Conference championship. A junior, Guarneri is a three-time all-IAC selection.
Juan Jaysingh | Georgetown Prep
A junior, Jaysingh was the Little Hoyas' top singles player, going 16-1 and winning the Ben Johns Invitational. Georgetown Prep finished second in the Interstate Athletic Conference regular season and third in the Ben Johns Invitational.
H'cone Thompson | DeMatha
The senior went 16-5 and captured the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference title at No. 1 singles. Thompson has an 86-15 career record and will play tennis for Lafayette College.
Christopher Brown | Churchill
In his freshman season, Brown went 17-3 overall, 10-0 in Montgomery County. He won the Montgomery County and Region II tournament at No. 1 singles.
David Emery | W.T. Woodson
A sophomore in his second year at No. 1 singles, Emery went 11-1 overall, 6-0 in Virginia AAA Concorde District regular season play and won the district tournament. He teamed with Doug York to win the district's doubles title.
Bradley Allen, Potomac School; Craig Anderson, Episcopal; Saeed Ashrafzadeh, Bowie; Omar Brown, Newport School; Dennis Cravedi, Georgetown Prep; Chris Curtis, Annandale; Will Curtis, Annandale; Elliott Datlow, Bullis; Troy Demes, Annapolis; Luke Friedman, Sidwell Friends; Alex Ginsberg, Churchill; Josh Goodman, Washington-Lee; Ben Hatten, Churchill; Alex Hume, Episcopal; Brett Johnson, Northwest; Clint Lee, Eleanor Roosevelt; Daniel Min, Springbrook; Brandon Morehead, Hylton; Roger Pastore, Langley; Dash Pierce, Episcopal; Andrew Porter, Severna Park; Matt Railes, Bullis; Rowan Reynolds, St. Albans; Kevin Rogus, Good Counsel; Paolo Sarno, Good Counsel; Dan Scrafford, Centreville; Rory Smith, Yorktown; Andre Taylor, Banneker; Brett Warner, Madison; Logan West, Sidwell Friends; Tim White, Key School; Tim Wiesemann, Leonardtown; Eric Wong, Westlake.