According to varsity coach Pat McFarland, “Ethan Kestenberg and Dan Nissenbaum are Senior Captains of the Boys Tennis team. They are strong leaders, and have been integral to a spirited and strong team that has qualified for the state tournament for the first time since 2010. Both Ethan and Dan are outstanding students, and will be attending Columbia University in the fall. Henry Feldman, a sophomore, is the number one player on the Boys Tennis team, an honor he has held since his freshman year. He has made remarkable improvement since last season, and is holding his own against the best players in the state. Feldman is an anchor of our and we look forward to success in the state tournament.”
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