Despite losing their top two boys to graduation, co-coach John Schulz remains positive.
"We have a returning core of players who are looking forward to playing successful tennis," he said.
The boy's team consists of Aaron Felix, Zak Clar, James Filion, Matt Carter, Alex Mousseau, Ben LaValley, Tyler Pombrio, Stephen Witkiewicz, Alec Staley, David Miller, Daniel Davis, Ryan Paiser, John Baker, Eli Viars, and Paul Harriman.
For the girl's team, Schulz said only two starters are returning this year.
"The rest of the team are novices who may have never held a racquet before March," he said. "A rebuilding year may be an optimistic assessment."
The girl's team consists of Emily Charland, Katelyn King, Heather Kingsolver, Shannon Davis, Angel Jones, Leah Garceau, Amber St. Andrew, Tessa King, Morgan Coons, Roseanna Clar, and Kristin Almodovar.
Coach Tim Drollette has high expectations for this year's softball season.
"We anticipate having a competitive season," he said. "As long as our athletes remain both mentally and physically healthy, it should be a good season."
This year's roster includes Kayla Rabideau, Katie Hemmingway, Chelsie Trombley, Brooke Brunell, Brittany Charland, Bethany DRown, Shauna Perry, Emily Garrand, Nicole Durnin, Taylor Carpenter, Jesslin Golovach, and Jamie Harrigan.
After returning as the boy's varsity baseball coach after two years, coach Pete Kowalowski feels the young group is "pretty seasoned."
"The road to the sectionals usually goes through Ticonderoga, so we're going to have to compete with them," he said. "They have been good for a long time."
The team of mainly returning players include Scott Bentley, Tyler LaValley, Tyler Mesec, Gabe Hynes, Josh Powers, Nick Gero, Ryan Harris, Corey Goodrow, Kyle Patnode, Stephen Trudo, Chris Cardin, Mike Riley, Bryant Fortin, and Cameron Garrand.