Player of the Year
Julie Labarthe, Heritage HallSenior No. 1 singles Record: 28-0 There wasn't any more Labarthe could do in her senior year, going undefeated, winning an individual state championship and adding another team title for the Chargers.
Mia Lancaster, Bishop McGuinnessSenior No. 1 singles Record: 27-0 Lancaster didn't lose a match in her three years with the Irish, culminating with her not losing a set on her way to her third state championship.
Whitney Ritchie, Bishop McGuinnessSenior No. 1 doubles Record: 18-0 Ritchie joined Emily Conrad as a four-time state champion and never lost a match in her high school career. She will play at Oklahoma.
Trinian O'Neil, Bishop McGuinnessJunior No. 1 doubles Record: 18-0 O'Neil earned her second state championship with her second different partner. With all the talent graduating, O'Neil will be one of the leaders for next year.
Sarah Bowen, Heritage HallSophomore No. 1 doubles Record: 11-0 Bounced back and forth between doubles and singles, never missing a beat. One of the most athletic players in the state and won her second state championship.
Kelsey Grace, Heritage HallSophomore No. 1 doubles Record: 11-0 Already a solid player, teaming up with Bowen brought the best out of Grace in winning her second championship and showing the future looks bright for the Chargers. Coach of the Year
Vicki Connelly, Bishop McGuinnessConnelly hasn't tasted defeat in a long time as her girls once again went undefeated for the season. With another state championship, the Irish have now won 12 straight team championships.