1 Falmouth: A winning streak of 125 matches and eight consecutive state titles shows no sign of slowing with five returning starters and Bill Goodspeed taking over the helm from Sandy Stone. Seniors Julia Brogan and Caroline Ray move up to the top singles spots and will be joined by one of a trio of juniors: Kate Kelley, Amanda Watson or Mary Hyland. Finding a second doubles team from among the other 27 girls on the roster won’t be difficult.

2 Brunswick: The Dragons return six of their top seven, including all three singles players from a squad that went 13-2 and reached the Eastern Class A final. Juniors Kira Wolpow and Cassie Ridge, and senior Elizabeth Day are back at singles. Senior Gillian Doehring, and juniors Katherine Kunhardt and Sabina Smith return at doubles.

3 Cape Elizabeth: With six of the top seven players back from a team that went 9-4 and reached the regional quarterfinals, the Capers are likely to go further this spring. Junior Liv Clifford, sophomore Katie Gilman and senior Erin Whitcomb return at singles. Seniors Maddie Bowe, Sarah O’Connor, Taylor Hansen and Carter Harvey make an athletic doubles contingent.

4 Greely: The two-time defending Class B state champion returns only three from its starting lineup, with junior Kathryn Pare moving up to No. 1 because sophomore Izzy Evans is abroad. Senior Alex Tebbs also returns to the singles lineup. Classmate Madelyn Day is the lone returning doubles player.

5 Scarborough: Senior Megan Nathanson returns at No. 1 singles for a Red Storm squad that went 13-2, reached the regional final and even got a point off Falmouth. Classmate Bryce Nitchman is the only other starter back, but Scarborough has plenty of depth.

– Glenn Jordan