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Deerfield senior Pete Langstaff, left, and sophomore Will Calhoun were smiling a lot during the 2013 tennis season — a 21-0 record, a region and state title will do that, of course. But the moment they’ll remember most this season came when they avenged their region title loss from a year ago against their teammates, Reid Wright and Robert Newsome, who were Deerfield’s No. 1 doubles team — on paper, anyway. A few weeks later, they upped the ante and beat Wright and Newsome again, this time for the state title. (Photo courtesy of Stephanie Tyson)

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2013 ALBANY HERALD PLAYERS OF THE YEAR, BOYS TENNIS: Deerfield's Langstaff, Calhoun never gave up on being No. 1, state champs

The undefeated, state champion Deerfield doubles team of Pete Langstaff and Will Calhoun snag The Herald’s Players of the Year honors for boys tennis after starting the season as the Knights' No. 2 doubles team --- but ending as No. 1. (ADDS: 2013 Albany Herald All-Area Boys Tennis Team)


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