GLOVERSVILLE - Gloversville's Scotty Bruce was the lone area selection on the recently announced Foothills Council boys tennis all-star team.
Bruce went 10-3 on the season for the Huskies, who finished with a 7-4 overall record and placed second in the league standings with a 7-3 mark.
Queensbury went 9-1 in league play to win the Foothills Council title. The Spartans, who were 14-3 overall, had Alex Castonguay and Josh Silverberg selected to the all-star team.
Gloversville’s Scotty Bruce hits a forehand during his second singles contest with Scotia-Glenville’s Ryan Carroll during a May 1 Foothills Council match at Boulevard Elementary School in Gloversville. Bruce was named a Foothills Council all-star. (The Leader-Herald/Paul Wager)
Scotia-Glenville, which went 6-4 in league play to finish third, had Adam Ashcroft and Aaron Keegan to the all-star team.
South Glens Falls had Jack Greenier and Seth Weinberger named to the all-star team.
Also named Foothills Council all-stars were Glens Falls' Jack Balton and Hudson Falls' Tom Strong.
2013 Foothills Council Boys Tennis All-Stars
Scotia- Glenville: Adam Ashcroft, Aaron Keegan
Queensbury: Alex Castonguay, Josh Silverberg
Glens Falls: Jack Balton
South Glens Falls: Jack Greenier, Seth Weinberger
Hudson Falls: Tom Strong
Gloversville: Scotty Bruce