2022 TIMES-TRIBUNE GIRLS ALL-SEGIONAL TEAM

November 24 – PLAYER OF THE YEAR

ALISSA WIGLEY

Scranton prep sophomore

Led Scranton’s preparations for the District 2 Class 2A and Lackawanna League championships. … Reach a District 2 Class 2A championship match. … Had a 22-1 record, including two singles wins in the PIAA Class 2A Tag Team Event, placing first in singles. … Lackawanna League Grade 2A Player of the Year and Grade 2A First Team Player of the Year. … Has a career singles record of 37-2. …Second All-regional selection.

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SUSAN ARP

Abington Heights Sophomore

Led Abington Heights to the Class 3A District 2 Team Championship. … District 2 Class 3A Singles Champion. … Had a record of 17-2 in the No. 1 singles and was 12-2 in the league. … Lackawanna League Grade 3A Player of the Year and Grade 3A First Team Player. … Has a track record of 30-3. …Second All-regional selection.

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RINA HANUMALI

Abington Heights Sr.

Helped Abington Heights win the Class 3A District 2 Tag Team Championship. … Placed second in the District 2 Class 3A singles tournament. … Had a 21-1 record in the No. 2 singles and ended his career with a 57-5 record. … Together with sister Sona Hanumali, they were runners-up at the Class 3A District 2 Championships in Doubles. … Lackawanna Class 3A, First All-Star Team. … The third All-regional selection.

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BELLA ANISKA

Riverside, Sr.

Fourth season as a starter and moved up from 3rd to 1st in singles. … Reached District 2 Class 2A Quarterfinals. … This season was a 14-2 and 12-1 record in the league. … Lackawanna Class 2A, First All-Star Team. … There was a career record of 52-13. … The third All-regional selection.

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LILA FARRELL

Preparing Scranton, Jr.

Helped Scranton Prep win the District 2 Class 2A and Lackawanna League championships. … Together with Emma Cook, won silver at the District 2 Class 2A Doubles Championship. … Reached District 2 Class 2A semi-finals. … Had a 19–4 record in the #2 singles and a 33–6 career record. … Lackawanna Class 2A, First All-Star Team. … The first All-regional selection.

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GABRIELLE SHANTILUP

West Scranton, Sr.

Helped West Scranton reach the District 2 Class 3A Semi-Finals. … Reached the District 2 Class 3A Quarterfinals. … With Mia Butka advanced to the District 2 Class 3A Doubles Championship semi-finals. … Had a 12-4 record in No. 1 singles. … Has a 25-9 record over the past two seasons. … Lackawanna Class 2A, First All-Star Team. …Second All-regional selection.

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ERIKA BADNER

Wallenpaupak, Junior

Helped Wallenpaupak reach the final of the Class 3A District 2 Tag Team Championship against Abington Heights. … Reached District 2 Class 3A Quarterfinals. … Together with Frankie Toppy, won the Class 3A District 2 Doubles Championship. … Had a record of 13-5 in the No. 1 singles. … Lackawanna League Class 3A, first all-star team. … The first All-regional selection.

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NORA PENTZEK

North Pocono, Junior

Led the North Pocono to the first round of the District 2 Class 2A Tag Team Championship. … In her first season, she was ranked number one in singles with a 12–6 record. … Reached District 2 Class 2A quarter-finals. … With Ella Salak advanced to District 2 Class 2A Doubles quarter-finals. … Lackawanna Class 2A First All-Star Team. … The first All-regional selection.

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MAYA FILBIN

Scranton Jr.

Led Scranton to the first round of the Class 3A District 2 Tag Team Championship. … Had a record of 10-8 in No. 1 singles. … Reached District 2 Class 3A semi-finals. … Together with Julia Bergman, they reached the quarter-finals of the District 2 Class 3A Doubles Championship. … Lackawanna Class 3A, First All-Star Team. … The first All-regional selection.

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COACH OF THE YEAR

CHRIS DOTY

Wallenpaupak

Led Wallenpopack to the Final of the District 2 Class 3A Tag Team Championship after winning 9-6 and losing in the first round of the playoffs in 2021. … Coached Erica Badner and Frankie Toppy in the Class 3A District 2 Doubles Championship and Badner in the District. 2 quarterfinals class 3A.

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