Grace Campanella, Kennebunk freshman: Ranked 23rd in New England (second in Maine) among 16-and-under girls. She is the younger sister of singles state finalist Rosemary Campanella.

Rosemary Campanella, Wells senior: Reached the final of the state singles tournament as the fourth seed, winning by shutout each match until the championship. Compiled a 10-1 record in team play for the Kennebunk/Wells co-op team.

Liv Clifford, Cape Elizabeth senior: Reached quarterfinals of state singles tournament as eighth seed. Only losses all season were to singles tourney’s top five seeds. Led Cape Elizabeth to first its Class B title in nine years.

Lexi Epstein, Waynflete senior: Returns at No. 1 singles for Class C regional finalist. Seeded 11th in singles state tournament and reached Round of 16 before falling to No. 6 Megan Nathanson.

Izzy Evans, Greely junior: Returns from a year in Spain to reclaim No. 1 singles spot for Rangers. In 2015, reached quarters as No. 5 seed in state singles tournament and went 13-2 to lead team to Class B state title.

Katie Gilman, Cape Elizabeth senior: Reached Round of 16 in singles state tournament before falling to No. 2 Bethany Hammond. Went 13-2 in team play (losing only to Falmouth) to help Capers win Class B state title.

Kate Kelley, Falmouth senior: Unbeaten at No. 3 singles for nine-time state champ Falmouth, which enters season riding 141-match winning streak. Assumes No. 1 singles role of state’s dominant program.

Meredith Kelley, Falmouth freshman: Third among 16-and-under girls in Maine USTA rankings. Will open the season at No. 2 singles behind her older sister.

Lana Mavor, Yarmouth sophomore: Top seed in singles state tournament who withdrew in semifinals because of back injury. Did not drop a set in regular season. First in Maine and second in New England in 16-and-under USTA rankings.

Kathryn Pare, Greely senior: Only remaining member on both of Greely’s back-to-back state championship teams. Drops from No. 1 singles to No. 2. Reached Round of 32 in singles tourney before losing to No. 2 Bethany Hammond.


Brandon Ameglio, Waynflete senior: Returns at No. 1 singles for nine-time defending Class C state champs. Reached Round of 32 in singles state tourney a second straight year despite month-long illness last spring.

Conor Doane, Deering senior: Third year at No. 1 singles for Rams. Reached Round of 16 in the singles state tournament before falling to No. 4 Michael Mills. Led sixth-seeded Rams to Class A regional semifinals.

Nick Forester, Falmouth sophomore: Semifinalist and second seed in the singles tournament. Recovered from knee injury suffered in semifinal match after stepping on a ball, forcing withdrawal for season’s only loss.

Matthew Jarmusz, Morse senior: Returning quarterfinalist as 11th seed in singles state tournament, losing to No. 3 Dariy Vykhodtsev. Played No. 2 singles for Class B regional finalist.

Thomas Jarmusz, Morse senior: Returns at No. 1 singles for a Shipbuilders team that went 10-2 in the regular season. As fifth seed in state singles tournament, reached Round of 16.

Alex Klemperer, Falmouth junior: Returning quarterfinalist as eighth seed in singles tournament who moved up to No. 1 and led Falmouth to regional final. Only losses were to the two singles finalists, Nick Mathieu and Dariy Vyhkodtsev.

Peter Mao, Mt. Ararat junior: Returning quarterfinalist as the 10th seed in the state singles tournament who went 13-0 in team play to help the Eagles reach the Class A North quarterfinals.

Nick Mathieu, Mt. Ararat senior: Defending champion and three-time finalist of the state singles tournament. Ranked No. 3 in New England in men’s open division. Unbeaten in three years of team competition.

Matt Morse, Camden Hills senior: Returns at No. 1 singles for defending Class B state champion. Reached Round of 32 in singles state tournament before falling to eventual champion Mathieu.

Dariy Vykhodtsev, Thornton Academy sophomore: Reached final of state singles tournament and pushed Mathieu to three sets in championship match. Also led Thornton Academy to its first Class A state title, going 12-0 in team play.

– Glenn Jordan