Alec Angradi, River Hill. The freshman burst onto the scene, playing a key role in the Hawks' 17-0 season and then advancing to the county finals and placing third at regionals.
Max Balter, Howard. Helped the Lions to a solid 12-4 season, then joined teammate Emma Hoesman to advance to the county and regional finals and win a match at the state tournament before being eliminated by the eventual champion.
Cade Buch, Marriotts Ridge. Opened eyes during a freshman campaign in which he led the Mustangs to 13 wins and placed third at countys and fourth at regions.
Kevin Hsieh, Centennial. Joined fellow senior Chase Weinberg to repeat as boys doubles county champs after a one-year hiatus. The teammates also placed second at regions and third at the state tournament and led the Eagles to 13 wins.
Byron Hung, River Hill. Led the undefeated Hawks to the county championship, then teamed with Nick Zhu to place third in boys doubles at the county and regional tournaments.
Scott Lee, Atholton. A returning county and regional finalist, Lee mixed things up this season by joining teammate Jenna Sweet to win county and regional mixed doubles titles. Also placed fourth at the state tournament.
George Mao, Atholton. Formed a powerful doubles team with freshman teammate Matt Sklar, winning a hard fought regional title, advancing to the county finals and winning a match at the state tournament.
Andrew Pagan, Howard. One of the top singles players in the county, Pagan led the Lions to 12 wins, then bounced back from a subpar county tournament performance to make the regional finals and battle defending state champion Mateo Cevallos in the opening round of the state tournament.
Matt Sklar, Atholton. One of several promising rookies in the league, Sklar won a regional title alongside teammate George Mao to qualify for the state tournament.
Chase Weinberg, Centennial. Helped lead the Eagles to 13 wins, then joined teammate Kevin Hsieh to win a boys doubles county title, advance to the regional finals, and place third at the state tournament.
Nick Zhu, River Hill. One of several young and talented Hawks, Zhu was an integral part of River Hill's 17-0 regular season, and also joined Byron Hung to place third in boys doubles at the county and region tournaments.