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Masuk boys tennis looks to move up the ranks in the South-West Conference

Anish Sharma is a key returnee to the Masuk singles lineup this spring.

MONROE, CT — Coach Raymond DeAguila has a variety of goals for his Masuk High boys tennis team this spring. From a win-loss standpoint, the coach is striving to improve on its 7-4 overall record and make a climb on its fourth place finish in the South-West Conference last year.

Another goal is for the Panthers to “have fun and learn how important being part of the team and growing as teammate and player is,” the coach added.

Captains are brothers Anish and Aryan Sharma. Anish is a senior and No. 2 singles player and Aryan is a sophomore and top singles player.

Freshmen Matt Colberg and Kyan Milo earned the No. 1 doubles spot in preseason. Evan Boyle and Sawyer judge both made huge improvements from last year to earn the third and fourth singles spots, respectively, DeAguila said.

“Each player is unique and all have strengths and weaknesses that differ. As an overall team our strength will be in our overall effort, unwillingness to give up, and hustle to get an extra point each match,” DeAguila added.

The regular season began Monday, April 1, with a visit to Fairfield Ludlowe. Bunnell visits Masuk at Wolfe Park Friday, April 5, at 4:15.

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