1 Falmouth: The two-time defending Class A state champion lost only one player – Aidan McGrory – to graduation and replaced him at the top of the singles lineup with ambidextrous freshman Nick Forester. Sophomore Alex Klemperer and junior Peter Stegemann return at No. 2 and 3 singles. The doubles – juniors Jordan Bruce, Trey Fallon and Grayson Cohen, and sophomore Matt Adamowicz – remain intact.

2 Camden Hills: The Windjammers managed a point off Cape Elizabeth in the Class B state final last spring and return four of their top seven, including juniors Josiah Krul and Matt Morse in singles. Classmate Colby Aran and senior Alex Forcillo return at doubles. Mistakenly grouped in Class A by the MPA, Camden Hills will play a Class A KVAC schedule but return to the Class B tourney.

3 Thornton Academy: The Golden Trojans lost two excellent singles players but picked up two others in freshman Dariy Vykhodtsev and sophomore Viktor Scwartz, a residential student from the Czech Republic. Sophomore Jack Xiao from China fills out the singles lineups. Six quality players will compete for four doubles slots, with seniors Simon Belliveau and Dylan Gooch returning at No. 1.

4 Cape Elizabeth: The three-time defending Class B state champ has some rebuilding, or at least reloading, to do. Seniors Michael Mills (at No. 1 singles) and Jimmy Salerno (moves up from second doubles) are the only holdovers from the top seven last spring. Ted Hall fills out the singles lineup. Doubles is likely to be dominated by juniors new to varsity competition.

5 Waynflete: The eight-time defending Class C state champion Flyers lost singles state champ Isaac Salas and three other players to graduation. Junior Brandon Ameglio is the only singles veteran. Sophomore Jacob Green (another dual-hander) and senior Peter Michalakes are likely to join Ameglio. Senior Rowan May and junior John Van Dyke lead the doubles parade.

– Glenn Jordan