Girls Tennis: Previewing Kendall County's girls tennis teamsBy JOSHUA WELGEEmailFollowAug. 22, 2017 Kendall County's girls tennis teams are set to serve up the fall season. Here are some of the players to watch on the courts. [Shaw Media file photo]OSWEGO: The Panthers return seven girls from a team that placed fourth in the Southwest Prairie Conference. It's a senior-heavy team, with eight seniors. Senior Hannah Castillo (pictured), who played at No. 1 singles, is back – but the rest of the singles lineup is new. Junior Valerie Vazquez could get the nod at No. 2. [Shaw Media file photo]Oswego's lineup isn't set in stone, but Morgan Loncala (pictured, at left) and Sarah Mereness figure at No. 1 doubles and Megan Kill and Lauren Gotchie at No. 2. [Shaw Media file photo]OSWEGO EAST: The Wolves graduated seven seniors from a team that went 12-3 in duals and narrowly won the Southwest Prairie Conference meet. Another player, Eden Short, moved to Michigan. Mary Weber (pictured) has taken the mantle of team captain in hopes to push the team to another conference title. Oswego East moved three players up from last year's JV team and have two freshmen – Crystal Hwang and Makayla Buenafe – who should start at the varsity level. [Steven Buyansky]YORKVILLE: Sophomore Ashley Hatch (pictured) is back after a sensational freshman season – Yorkville's No. 1 went 18-4 and came a win away from state for a Yorkville team that took second in conference, first in the Northern Illinois Big 12 East. Kaylee Kouslic returns after a 15-win season and will team up with Maddie Russellburg at No. 1 doubles. Maggie Romano and freshman Sarah Pankow have secured the No. 2 and No. 3 singles spots. Paris Roark and Taylir Seahewer will play No. 2 doubles, Payton Pacetti and Chloe Boehm are back at No. 3 doubles and Sydney Runge and Gabby Jones hold down No. 4.