Emma Hoesman, Howard. Won county and regional titles at mixed doubles last year, then teamed with Max Balter this year to advance to the county and regional finals.

Simone Jensen, Centennial. Helped the Eagles to a 12-4 regular season, then teamed with Megan Mishra for an impressive postseason run. The two won county and regional girls doubles titles and placed third at the state tournament, with their only loss coming to the state champion.

Rachel Knobel, Atholton. The defending county champion at girls doubles was a veteran presence for the undefeated county-champion Raiders and teamed with Margaret Tatum to place third at the county and region tournaments.

Victoria Kogan, Atholton. Defending county and regional champ led Raiders to a 17-0 season, defeated teammate Irene Lu for the regional title, and advanced all the way to the state finals.

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Serene Mathew, Mt. Hebron. A defending girls doubles regional champ, Mathew led the Vikings to 12 wins and then teamed with Kiran Pant for a solid postseason run, placing second at the county and region tournaments and placing fourth at the state tournament.

Megan Mishra, Centennial. After leading her team to a 12-win season, partnered with Simone Jensen to win county and regional girls doubles titles and placed third at the state tournament, only losing to the state champion.

Kiran Pant, Mt. Hebron. Helped the Vikings win 12 matches, then joined Serene Mathew to go on a girls doubles postseason run that included county and regional finals appearances and a fourth-place state finish.

Alana Ravasio, Marriotts Ridge. Only a sophomore, Ravasio lost just three regular-season matches, helping the Mustangs win 12 matches.

Caitlin Stewart-Moore, River Hill. In a crowded singles field, Stewart-Moore made a mark, helping the Hawks to a 14-3 regular season, then placing at both the county and regional tournament, where she took third.

Jenna Sweet, Atholton senior. One of few seniors on a young team, Sweet served a leadership role for the undefeated Raiders, then joined fellow senior Scott Lee to win county and regional titles at mixed doubles. Also placed fourth at state tournament.

Margaret Tatum, Atholton. After winning a girls doubles county title with Rachel Knobel last year, helped Raiders go undefeated this season, then joined Knobel again to place third at county and regional tournaments.