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The Doubletree Hotel on Concord Pike was the setting for the USTA Middle States Delaware District annual awards breakfast on Sunday January 7, but to be sure, there were no double faults!  More than 20 leading local players, coaches and volunteers were recognized for their achievements and contributions both on and off the courts.

Highlights included sportsmanship awards to junior players Drew Manning and Jamie Tigani; Mark Centrella was named pro of the year for both Delaware and the Middle States (DE, NJ and PA); Pete Rigby was presented with the Presidential Award; and outgoing Delaware District President Paul Costello was recognized for his years of leadership.  A complete list of winners is below:

Ken Isaacs Sportsmanship Award:  Drew Manning
Mary Levin Sportsmanship Award:  Jamie Tigani
Bunny Vosters Team Sportsmanship Awards:  Smyrna HS (Boy’s) / McKean HS (Girl’s)
Boy’s Coach of the Year:  Pat Sutton (Mt. Pleasant HS)
Girl’s Coach of the Year:  Karen Phillips (Concord HS)
Family of the Year:  The Michael Fleming Family (Delaware District and Middle States)
Volunteer of the Year:  Fred Bevans
Pro of the Year:  Mark Centrella (Delaware and Middle States)
Community Tennis Coach of the Year:  Peter Sok
Organization of the Year (Commercial):  Sea Colony Tennis Center
Non-Profit of the Year:  Wheelchair Tennis
CTA of the Year:  Delaware Paddle and Tennis (Lisa Murray)
Presidential Award:  Pete Rigby
#1 Ranked Juniors:
Boy’s 18: Chris Martinez
Boy’s 16: Colt Williamson
Boy’s 14: Connor Nisbet and Colt Williamson
Boy’s 12: Tristan Bradley
Girl’s 18: Sarah Candeloro
Girl’s 16: Allison Taylor Santmyer
Girl’s 14: Abby Podolsky
Girl’s 12: Grace Dignazio
#1 Ranked Adults
Men’s Open Singles: Jeremiah De Jose
Men’s NTRP 4.0: Milo Markis

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