Girls Tennis All-Stars
Name School Year
Samantha Camilo Andover Jr.
Rachel Holzman Andover Sr.
Christina Cokely Haverhill Frosh.
Ana Milosavljevic Londonderry Jr.
Coli Downey Pentucket Soph.
Samantha Barros Pinkerton Frosh.
Julia Alagero Andover Sr.
Laurie-Maude Chenard Andover Soph.
*Cassie Burbine Londonderry Jr.
Amanda DePasquale Londonderry Sr.
MVC Division 1 MVP. Went 15-2 at first singles. Won two matches in North Sectional Open Tourney. Second year playing No. 1. Played doubles as a freshman. Captain-elect. Andover’s student ambassador to the MIAA. Not a year-round player but still beats most of them. “She has a strong all-around game with a powerful forehand and moves real well,” said coach Alan Hibino. Also plays field hockey.
Repeat Eagle-Tribune All-Star. Won three matches to advance to Round of 16 at North Sectional Open Tourney. That included an upset of the No. 6 seed. Played No. 2 singles. Tri-captain. All-MVC. Four-year letterman. Former doubles player. “She’s tough as nails,” said coach Alan Hibino, who considers her the No. 2 player in the league to Samantha Camilo. Also played soccer. Will attend Maryland.
Went 12-2 in the MVC and 14-3 overall at first singles. All-MVC. “She has a very strong forehand and a big first serve. She’s very quick,” said coach David Reed. Lettered in volleyball. Made high honor roll all four terms. Volunteer youth tennis coach. Follows in the footsteps of her sister, Meghan, a four-time Eagle-Tribune All-Star. Sister, Kelleigh, is captain-elect in soccer.
Three-time Eagle-Tribune All-Star. Went 13-0 at second singles in the regular season, 2-0 in the playoffs and 1-1 in State Open. Reached quarterfinals with Kyleigh McMullen in doubles. Her first love is swimming. Year-round swimmer. Only plays tennis in spring. Ranked in the top 5 percent of her class. She enjoys summer vacations in Serbia. Speaks fluent Serbian.