Seamount awards, all-league teams | Tennis

After winning a league championship and placing second at the 2A state tournament, the Lindbergh tennis team placed three players on the all-league team. The Eagles also had the male tennis player of the year, Joe Kwiatkowski, and the female player of the year, Quinn Osborn. Alan Kwiatkowski, Sam Bayna and Adrian Villanueva all made the all-league team.

  • Thursday, May 31, 2012 8:44pm
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After winning a league championship and placing second at the 2A state tournament, the Lindbergh tennis team placed three players on the all-league team.

The Eagles also had the male tennis player of the year, Joe Kwiatkowski, and the female player of the year, Quinn Osborn. Alan Kwiatkowski, Sam Bayna and Adrian Villanueva all made the all-league team.

Bobby Huynh earned honorable mention on the boys side and Maria Phan, Kelly Saivong and Dwina Solihin earned honorable mention on the girls side for Lindbergh.

Rounding out the boys all-league team is Foster’s Harpreet Singh, Evergreen’s Michael Nguyen, Kennedy’s Jamie Thorp and Evergreen’s Sameer Vohra.

The girls all-league team is Foster’s Moa Arquiza, Renton’s Theresa Vo, Hazen’s Lesley Wong, Highline’s Jennalee Gould, Highline’s Blake Henley, Evergreen’s Cecilia Vu and Tyee’s Savannah Williams.

Girls honorable mention: Esmeralda Bailon (Foster), Michelle Chen (Evergreen), Jennifer Diep (Hazen), Janice Huang (Evergreen), Gretchen Martin (Kennedy), Loan Nguyen (Hazen), Megan Shaheen (Kennedy), Haley Strandbergh (Hazen) and Elise Wong (Hazen).

Boys honorable mention: Greg Furumasu (Hazen), Bruno Sotres (Hazen), Dennis Nguyen (Foster), Kily Nhan (Highline), Gary Singh (Foster), Taas Sribhibhadh (Kennedy), Kyle Swain (Highline), Mitchell Thorp (Kennedy), Vincent Viloria (Kennedy) Justin Vu (Highline) and Bao Vu (Highline).

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