2008 Girls Tennis All-Stars
Lauren Wilmarth%Phillips Academy%Jr.
*— Eagle-Tribune MVP
Andover — Satin Darkar, Jr.
Brooks — Eliza Perocchi, Soph.
Central Catholic — Kasey Cook, Sr.; Maggie Hillman, Soph.
Greater Lawrence — Heather Le, Soph.
Haverhill — Yuri Oiwake, Jr.; Kristin Kelly, Jr.; Callie Garrison, Jr.
Lawrence — Beatiz Mendoza, Frosh.; Penelope Cornelio, Sr.
Londonderry — Jen Kutt, Sr.; Katie Bever, Sr.
Methuen — Karyn Erickson, Sr.; Jessica Donovan, Sr.
North Andover — Sarah Bouldin, Sr.; Kristin Zanotti, Jr.; Alex Specht, Frosh.
North Reading — Lauren Liebman, Sr.
Pelham — Leslie McCabe, Sr.
Pentucket — Liza Pope, Sr.; Carena Webber, Jr.; Cara Freitas, Sr.
Phillips — Elizabeth Kelly, Frosh.
Pinkerton — Laurel Salladay, Soph.; Hannah Sawyer, Jr.
Salem — Nicole Antonelli, Sr.; Caitlyn Peters, Jr.
Sanborn — Hannah Sawyer, Jr.; Kim Surette, Soph.; Shayla Santos, Frosh.
Timberlane — Stephanie Andrade, Jr.
ALI McKINNEY, Londonderry Senior, Singles
Went 16-0 in regular season. Teamed with Kelli Murphy as No. 1-seeded doubles team in state, losing in state open finals. Strong with steady strokes. Year-round player since third grade. Brilliant student. Twenty-one hour days weren't unusual for her. Valedictorian in class of 435. Scored 2,240 on SATs including 800 in writing. Student council president. Headed to Stanford to major in public policy.
LAUREN WILMARTH, Phillips Academy Junior, Singles
Her victory clinched the NEPSAC Tourney title over powerhouse Milton. Andover resident. Finished 8-2 in singles. Adept doubles player on No. 1 tandem that went 6-1. Co-captain. Scored 750 on her math SATs. Won New England USTA U16 sportsmanship award last year. Rated No. 12 in the U18 division in New England. Twin sister Victoria plays doubles for Phillips. Their mother is a physical therapist.