Went 14-1 at first singles in regular season. Added three wins in North Sectional Open before falling to Manchester-Essex All-Scholastic Brittany Collens 6-3, 6-3. Showed grit with comeback three-set win over Masco standout. Played No. 1 as a freshman. Coach Amy Beaton said, “She has very good groundstrokes, is very smart, and knows how to move her opponent around.” Her sister, Rachael, plays at Simmons.
Went 13-1 during the season at first singles. Lost to Cassie Burbine in the quarterfinals of the State Open. Went 10-1 at first doubles with Julia Janigian. Talented redhead zoomed to No. 1 at first day of practice. Derry resident. Ranked second in New Hampshire in her age group. “She’s the most complete player that I’ve ever coached,” said 14th-year coach Gerry Rosado. “She’s the real deal.”
JULIA ALAGERO ANDLAURIE-MAUDE CHENARD
They went 13-1 in the regular season and playoffs and then strutted their stuff by winning four matches to advance to the North Open semifinals. Alagero is a lefty tri-captain headed to Providence College. Chenard is a sophomore who has won several academic awards. “Julia has a great touch around the net. Laurie-Maude is an intelligent player with athleticism,” said coach Alan Hibino.
CASSIE BURBINE ANDAMANDA DePASQUALE
They won the first N.H. doubles state title in area history (boys and girls). They are a three-time Eagle-Tribune All-Star tandem. Burbine is our MVP. DePasquale is a Stonehill recruit who played No. 2 and 3 singles this year with a 15-1 overall record. She’ll be playing next year at Stonehill. “Amanda probably has the best serve for a girl in high school that I’ve seen,” said coach Tom Meighan.
Burbine second in family named MVP
Londonderry junior Cassie Burbine is making inroads on her brother. She was named Eagle-Tribune MVP, something her brother, Alex, achieved in 2009 and 2011.