By The Daily Item
Selinsgrove advanced to the final of the District 4 Team Tennis Tournament in May, a run that earned the Seals four spots on the Heartland Athletic Conference-Division I first team announced this week.
Rob Smith and Brady Fries played at Nos. 1 and 2 singles for Selinsgrove, respectively. Both earned spots on the first team alongside Williamsport's Nick Meale.
Smith and Fries each advanced to the quarterfinals of the District 4 singles tournament. Sam Bailey and Hareem Zain paired at No. 2 doubles for Selinsgrove, and joined Bloomsburg's team of Lyell Hintz and Austin Beyer as first team doubles honorees.
Mifflinburg's Matt Southerton earned a second-team nod in singles, with Bloomsburg's Ethan Rosler and Kurtis Minster.
Williamsport's doubles team of Isaac Milliken and Lukas Radulski and Bloomsburg's team of Joey Kurelja and Robert Snyder were also honored.
Mifflinburg's Dana Godshall was named the Division I Coach of the Year after leading the Wildcats to a 9-5 record.
In Division II, Lewisburg's doubles team of Nick Chamberlain and Matt Still were named to the first team.
Jim King was named the Division II Coach of the Year after leading the Green Dragons to a 16-2 record in his first year at the helm.
District 4 singles runner-up Christian Cioffi of South Williamsport earned a first-team nod for singles, joining Loyalsock's Mark Odorizzi and Hughesville's Mitchel Thomas.
Hughesville's doubles team of Jim Secules and Sean Thomas joined the Green Dragons' duo on the first team.
Singles nods on the second team were given to Loyalsock's Tommy Criswell, Hughesville's Josh Fry, and South Williamsport's Logan Wein. South Williamsport's doubles team of Dylan Beach and Mason McClain were joined by Hughesville's Jimmy Trevouledes and Colman Wolfe.