PIAA Class AA boys tennis team tournament preview: Valley vs. Fairview
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PIAA boys tennis team tournament
Valley (16-1) vs. Fairview (16-2)
1 p.m. Tuesday at Pennbriar Athletic Club, Erie
Winner plays: District 3 champion Wyomissing/District 4 runner-up Selinsgrove
Aces wild: Valley is in the PIAA team tournament for the first time in program history. The Vikings defeated Blackhawk, 5-0, in the WPIAL Class AA consolation match. Senior Cody Schrecongost, a standout in soccer and swimming, leads Valley as its No. 1 singles player. He won his third section singles title and teamed up with Josh Denham to earn his third doubles section championship. Denham and Adam Barone round out Valley's singles lineup. Adam Johnson and Andrew Macura comprised Valley's top doubles pair in the consolation match, and Ryan Moya and Nick Licata made up the No. 2 duo. ... Fairview swept Warren, 5-0, to win the District 10 championship. Sophomore Jon Oskin is the Tigers' No. 1 singles player. He is ranked No. 35 in the state in his class, according to Tennis Recruiting Network.
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