FAHS Tennis Takes the Court

Posted on April 9, 2015 by


Tennis is in season at Fleetwood. With all the snow and rain, the tennis team got a late start.

After a 10-5 overall record last year, Fleetwood is looking to do well again this year. They want to make more of a push into the post-season this year.

“I wanted to try something new and play tennis this year,” sophomore Adam Cook said.

Tom Paganelli is the number one player with Christian Custodio in the number two seed.

“I love the game, and I like where I am at with my confidence right now,” senior Tom Paganelli said.

“I’m just looking to perform at a higher level than last year and help this team reach our goals,” senior Christian Custodio said.

“I have high expectations for this year’s team,” coach Joshua Werstler said.

The team finally started their season on 18 March at Conrad Weiser. Everyone contributed, and the team won 7-0. Next, they would host Muhlenberg and go on to win a close 4-3 match. After a hot start, they would lose to Hamburg. Hamburg beat out Fleetwood last season to win the division.

Fleetwood would then meet Berks Catholic and would go on to win the match 5-2. The team hopes to maintain its confidence and continue to play well.

“It has been a great start so far, and I only expect it to get better from here,” Werstler said.

“It’s my last season, and I’m looking to finishing strong,” senior Tom Paganelli said.

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