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   Cole Herzing, Biglerville: Herzing will go down in Canner lore for the things he accomplished on the court. First, he is Biglerville's all-time singles wins leader with 61 wins as he broke the record of 54 victories.

In 2013, Herzing also won the YAIAA Class AA singles championship with a 3-6, 7-6 (7-3), 6-4 win over York Suburban's Michael Hogg. He settled for a silver in 2012 after losing to Hanover's Joel Garrett, 7-5, 6-1.

Herzing also qualified for the District 3 Class AA singles tournament the last two years, each time dropping his opening-round match.

   Michael Hogg, York Suburban: Hogg, a three-time all star after appearances in 2010 as a freshman and last year as a junior, qualified once again for the District 3 Class AA singles tournament. He was also the YAIAA runner-up in 2013, losing to Biglerville's Cole Herzing after placing third in the league last year.
   Adam Hack, York Catholic: Hack was a district qualifier after beating Delone Catholic's Adam Fisher, 6-2, 6-3 in the YAIAA Class AA singles third-place match. It was a big improvement for Hack, who didn't even crack the final eight last year at the league tournament.
   Kaltrin Bullaj, Susquehannock: Bullaj, a two -time all-star, finished on the outside of the final four YAIAA Class AA singles competitors after placing fourth in 2012. Bullaj had possibly his best match mid-way through the season with player of the year, Cole Herzing as Herzing won 7-6 (5), 5-7, 7-5 in a three-plus hour long match. Despite Herzing's win, the Warriors took the match and secured a share of the Division II title.
   Adam Fisher, Delone Catholic: Fisher finished his season 5-4 overall, 3-3 within the league while placing fourth in singles in the Class AA YAIAA singles tournament. His high point of the season? Beating York Suburban's Michael Hogg, the league runner-up in the regular season, 7-5, 6-3.
   Herzing/Evan Foster, Biglerville: Cole Herzing and Evan Foster qualified for the District 3 tournament with a YAIAA Class AA doubles championship after defeating York Catholic's Adam Hack and Matthew Koury, 6-4, 6-1. To get there, they first had to beat York Suburban's duo of Michael Hogg and Elliot Diehl, 2-6, 6-2, 7-6 (1).

   Hack/Matthew Koury, York Catholic: Hack and Koury advanced to the YAIAA Class AA doubles finals with a tough 3-6, 6-3, 6-1 win over Delone's Adam Fisher and Matt Juchno before falling to Biglerville's Cole Herzing and Evan Foster, 6-4, 6-1. The runner-up finish qualified the duo for the District 3 tournament.

   Paige Mundy, York Catholic: Despite losing All Star Niko Mucci, Paige Mundy led the Irish to a successful, 7-4 campaign that included a 5-2 mark in YAIAA Division II. Improving from their 4-3 campaign in 2012.

Helping Mundy along the way was improved play from Hack and Koury. Hack placed third in the league improving greatly from 2012 while Hack and Koury were the runner-up in YAIAA doubles action.