Boys tennis singles players’ records

Eds. note: Updated through Oct. 1. Minimum five matches played

No. 1 Singles Players

Trent Sarver, Arlington 9-0

Patrick Chung, Cascade 7-0

Ben Mietzner, Jackson 7-0

Nishaant Limaye, Shorecrest 6-0

Nick Ekern, Meadowdale 7-1

Casey Goodwin, Mount Vernon 6-2

Patrick Luangrath, Glacier Peak 5-2

Jimmy Hua, Kamiak 5-4

Andrew Ivelia, Snohomish 5-4

Jonathan Spores, Stanwood 4-4

No. 2 Singles Players

Peter Cung, Jackson 8-0

Chris Sato, Shorecrest 5-0

Logan Keebler, Shorewood 7-1

Bret Matysik, Meadowdale 6-2

Garrett Peterson, Kamiak 5-2

Conner Ghirardo, Arlington 6-3

Tucker Davis, Glacier Peak 4-2

Kyle Frederick, Mount Vernon 5-3

Jory Strickland, Snohomish 5-4

Brandon Chen, Edmonds-Woodway 5-4

Adam Lorraine, Mountlake Terrace 4-4

Garrett Goshorn, Stanwood 4-4

No. 3 Singles Players

Grant Follis, Jackson 5-0

Jamie Wright, Shorewood 8-1

Joseph Lee, Kamiak 7-1

Grayson Turley, Edmonds-Woodway 6-1

Michael Wolf, Stanwood 6-2

Casiano Atienza, Oak Harbor 6-3

Kincaid Norris, Snohomish 6-3

Scott Wilson, Glacier Peak 4-3

Dillon Bull, Monroe 3-3

Other Singles Players

Luke George, Jackson 6-0

Jansen Garside, Kamiak 7-1

Joe Hall, Cascade 6-1

Saul Escudero, Monroe 4-1

Steve Sanders, Stanwood 6-2

Coleman Davis, Arlington 4-2

Kyle Schubkegel, Mount Vernon 5-3

Alejandro Uvence, Shorewood 5-3

Kai Duan, Glacier Peak 3-3

Lee Bruemmer, Meadowdale 3-3

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