Ellsworth’s Kaitlin McCullough (Class B second team, doubles) and George Stevens Academy’s Julianna Allen (Class C first team, singles) were among those named All-Penobscot Valley Conference tennis selections June 7. Hancock County also had two Player of the Year selections with Mount Desert Island’s Regitze Jacobsen winning the girls’ award in Class B and GSA’s Kent Fang winning the boys’ award in Class C. FILE PHOTOS

Ellsworth, MDI, GSA tennis players make All-PVC teams

ELLSWORTH — Tennis players from Ellsworth, Mount Desert Island and George Stevens Academy were chosen Friday to All-Penobscot Valley Conference teams.

For the Ellsworth boys, the doubles team of Keegan Gray and Will Morin was chosen to the All-PVC first team in Class B. Norman Jodrey, who qualified for last month’s state singles tournament, was a second-team selection.

Ellsworth also had multiple selections on the girls’ side, where Miriam Nelson and Brianna Abbott were first- and second-team singles choices, respectively. In doubles, Kaitlin McCullough and Emma Whitney were second-teamers.

MDI’s Regitze Jacobsen was a first-team selection to the Class B girls’ team after making the singles tournament semifinals. Jacobsen was also chosen as Girls’ Player of the Year in Class B after going undefeated in team singles play.

GSA’s Kent Fang won Boys’ Player of the Year in Class C and earned a first-team singles selection in the process. The Eagles’ Chris Bennett and Lars Hooper were chosen in second-team doubles play, and Quinn Stabler received honorable mention.

For the GSA girls, senior Julianna Allen was a first-team singles selection. Courtney Bianco and Chloe Politte were second- and third-team singles selections, respectively.

This year’s state title matches were held Saturday at Lewiston High School. Falmouth (Class A, 16-0), Yarmouth (Class B, 15-1) and Waynflete (Class C, 13-3) won boys’ titles, and Lewiston (Class A, 16-0), Lincoln Academy (Class B, 15-1) and Mattanawcook Academy (Class C, 16-0) claimed girls’ championships.

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