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  1999 All-Met Boys Tennis Team

  • Player of the Year
  • Coach of the Year
  • Honorable Mention

  • First Team
  • Second Team

  • 1999 All-Met Tennis Team

    Front row, left to right: Juan Jaysingh, Georgetown Prep; Jennifer Hellier, Broadneck; Pat Guarneri, Landon; Christopher Brown, Churchill; Kristin Roth, Sherwood; Lulu Rodriguez, Stafford. Back row: Samantha Gingold, National Cathedral; H'cone Thompson, DeMatha; David Emery, W.T. Woodson; Katie Ruckert, James Madison; Laura James, Centreville; Katie Blaszak, Flint Hill; Damiisa Robinson, Bullis.

    Allen
    Player of the Year
    Yorke Allen
    Potomac School
    Senior
    Repeat Player of the Year and three-time All-Met.
    Recovered from off-season surgery on both wrists to go unbeaten (6-0) at No. 1 singles for the McLean school.
    Committed to Duke.

    Milenko
    Coach of the Year
    Ron Milenko
    Churchill
    Guided the Potomac school to the Montgomery County title for the sixth straight season.
    Became the first team to win all seven events in the county tournament earlier this month.
    Bulldogs went 15-1 in dual matches, beating several of the area's top private schools in nonleague competition.
    Has coached the Churchill boys and girls teams for 15 seasons.

    Damiisa Robinson | Bullis
    The senior and repeat All-Met played No. 1 singles for the Bulldogs, going 11-5. Robinson was ranked high as No. 2 this year in the boys 18-and-under division by the Mid-Atlantic Tennis Association. Will attend Clemson on scholarship.

    First Team
    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.

    Honorable Mention
    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.

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