Girls singles: Freshman Stephanie Carroll and senior Bhuvana Bellala
Girls doubles: Senior Sahini Pothireddy, freshman Serene Mathew and junior Trish Carmona
Scouting report: Depth is definitely on the Vikings' side. Heading into the season, five different players vied for the boys singles spots with Siahpoushan and Chase emerging on top after a tough competition. Nuger and Borchers are essentially locked in at No. 1 doubles, but Chase and his older brother Evan could team up to make a formidable duo as well. On the girls' side, rookies Carroll and Mathew could be moved around the line-up — singles, doubles, mixed — as they become more experienced. Both are capable of playing No. 1 singles.
Coach: Victoria Knuckles, fifth season
Boys: 6-9; Girls: 3-12
Boys singles: Senior Kieran Buss and junior Jackson Bailey
Boys doubles: Junior David Last and sophomore Shaun Roberts
Girls singles: Sophomore Marjorie Buss and Debra Frimpong
Girls doubles: Senior Patrice Jones and Gabrielle Vincent
Scouting report: The Scorpions will again be led by the Buss siblings — Kieran on the boys team and Marjorie for the girls. Bailey, the boys No. 2 single, played doubles last year for a team that made a significant improvement of five wins over the 2010 campaign. The girls team lost quite a bit to graduation, but will hope to get some production from Jones, who scored almost eight points per game for the Oakland Mills basketball team that won 19 games this winter.
Coach: Karen Wolfe, fourth season
Boys: 3-12; Girls: 2-13
Boys singles: Juniors Biyik Akinshemoyin and Deepak Salem, senior Carey Locke
Boys doubles: Junior Joey Peterson and senior Nate Bell
Girls singles: Juniors Annie Evaldsson and Lisa Horowitz
Girls doubles: Seniors Lily Hong and Elon Peterson
Scouting report: Akinshemoyin will be the player with the target on his back entering the season, but he is well equipped to defend his spot on the top of the hill. The rest of the boys ladder is somewhat in flux, with a number of players on even footing. Evaldsson, a Swedish exchange student, has plenty of experience, and should be able to translate that into plenty of success in the county and state competitions. Horowitz had a solid season last year at top singles, so the Gators should definitely improve on their two wins from last spring.