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2018-19 Mercury All-Area Boys Tennis Teams



Malchu Pascual, Jr., Spring-Ford

Max Markowitz, Sr., Methacton

Harsha Santhanam, Sr., Methacton

Josh Starczewski, So., Phoenixville


Danny So, Sr., /J.T. Stevens, Sr., Phoenixville

Sidhant Chavan, Sr./Christopher Lambert, Sr., Spring-Ford

Cameron Moore, Fr./Josh Pergine, So., Spring-Ford

J.T. Sinnott, Sr./Parker Stevens, Jr., Phoenixville

Second Team


Adam Zhang, Sr., Methacton

Adit Jain, Sr., Spring-Ford

Jason Sawicki, So., Owen J. Roberts

Dev Sharma, Fr., Hill School


Krishna Pillutla, Jr./Aaron Zhang, Sr., Methacton

Nick DeLuca, Sr./Kyler Lewis, Sr., Phoenixville

Ryan Angelo, Jr./Jacob Griste, Sr., Owen J. Roberts

Caleb Nice, Jr./Cooper Nice, Jr., Methacton


Boyertown: Jacob Kulesa, Carmen Rosselli.

Hill School: Eduardo Slomp

Norristown: Chris Garcia-Rodriguez.

Owen J. Roberts: Nico DiStefano, Gion Gross, Alex Hanna, Joshua Neely, Sam Savage, Brandon Sawicki.

Perkiomen School: Yago de la Calle, Will Woolley.

Perkiomen Valley: Aaron Fry.

Phoenixville: Andy Holmberg.

Pope John Paul II: J.T. Collins, Ben Grimm, Tommy Rutkowski.

Pottsgrove: Jason Watts.

Pottstown: Brice Cole, Robbie Fleming.

Spring-Ford: Connor Brickman, Colin Curatolo, Nolan Schweitzer.

Upper Perkiomen: Ian Costanzo.

Coach of the Year

John Brennan, Spring-Ford

Guided Rams to 10-1 mark in Pioneer Athletic Conference, a record duplicated by Methacton in league play. But Spring-Ford was named league champion on the basis of a tiebreak system based on head-to-head match wins. Malchu Pascual repeated as the PAC’s singles champion, and he teamed with Jain Adit to finish second in PAC Doubles play.



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