GIRLS

Margot Andreasen, Portland junior: Moves from third to second singles for the Bulldogs.

Abby Blakeley, Camden Hills senior: Reached the Round of 32 in state singles tournament as a sophomore.

Julia Brogan, Falmouth sophomore: Singles semifinalist who helped Falmouth win a sixth straight Class B title.

Annette Denekas, Portland senior: Returning No. 1 player for the Western Class A champs.

Olivia Leavitt, Falmouth junior: Defending singles state champion.

Devri Ramsey, McAuley junior: Unbeaten in SMAA action last spring and 10th seed in singles tournament.

Lena Rich, North Yarmouth Academy sophomore: Returns at No. 1 singles for Western Class C finalists.

Maisie Silverman, Brunswick senior: Former singles state champ who led the Dragons to consecutive Class A state titles.

Ali Stankiewicz, Brunswick junior: Returns at No. 2 singles for the two-time Class A champions.

Emily White, Waynflete senior: Returning No. 1 singles player for the three-time defending Class C state champions.

BOYS

Eli Breed, Cape Elizabeth senior: Moves up from doubles to singles for the defending Class B state champion Capers.

Tom Brent, Gorham sophomore: Moves up to No. 1 singles for the defending Class A state champions.

Justin Brogan, Falmouth senior: Two-time singles finalist. Will play at Tufts.

Luke Gilman, Cape Elizabeth junior: Experienced in singles and doubles for the Class B champ.

Jack Lawlor, York senior: Reached Round of 32 in the state singles tournament.

Brendan McCarthy, Falmouth senior: Runner-up in the state singles tourney; helped Falmouth forge a 34-match win streak.

Aiden McGrory, Falmouth junior: Reached the Round of 16 in the state singles tournament before falling to a two-time champ.

Alex Pearson, Kennebunk senior: Went 10-2 at second singles for the Western Class A finalist. Moves up to No. 1 singles.

Isaac Salas, Waynflete junior: Eighth seed and singles quarterfinalist who helped the Flyers win a sixth straight Class C title.

Bryce Tetreault, NYA senior: Takes over at No. 1 singles after going 10-5 at No. 2.

– Glenn Jordan