THE SAUGUS ADVOCATE – FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 2022 Page 13 SHS Girls’ Tennis Sachems awarded trophies for their work on-the-court By Tara Vocino T he Saugus High School Varsity Girls’ Tennis Sachems received awards for their athletic performance and character during last Thursday night’s banquet at Polcari’s. The tennis team were awarded with jackets. Seated, pictured from left to right: Diane Jubeili, Rachel Rivas and Rayaan Jubeili. Second row, pictured from left to right: Alex Couseillant, Jessica Scandone, Tameira Klempa-Brown, Alex Aguilar, Lily Comeau and Sami Sarnacchio. Third row, pictured from left to right: Mia Klempa-Brown, Wiktoria Biegun, Shylah Curtis, Ashleigh Moore, Madison Casaletto, Amelia Pappagallo, Madi Riera and Morgan Belyea displayed their awards during last Thursday’s Saugus High School Girls’ Tennis banquet at Polcari’s. Coach Kristen Gerety awarded Madison Casaletto and Rayaan Jubeili with the Best Record Award for attaining the most wins for the Sachems. Coach Kristen Gerety awarded Diane Jubeili with the Coaches’ Award for her pose and grace. Outgoing Captains Diane and Rayaan Jubeili, who received the Captains’ Award, with incoming Captain Rachel Rivas, far right, and Head Coach Kristen Gerety. SHS Coach Kristen Gerety awarded Rachel Rivas the Most Valuable Player Award. The Northeastern Conference All Star, who is the incoming captain, was undefeated amongst her teammates in scrimmage matches. Coach Kristen Gerety awarded Ashleigh Moore, who also plays volleyball and basketball, with the Most Improved Player Award. Trophies on the table. Even the cupcakes were decorated with tennis balls. SHS Tennis Coach Kristen Gerety awarded Sam Sarnacchiaro with the Unsung Heroine Award for her fundraising eff orts.

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