Abington Heights opened the season as the No. 1 Big School team.
By the time the postseason arrived, Wyoming Seminary had taken over as the No. 1 Small School team.
Both teams lived up to expectations during the District 2 team tournament, locking up the final number-one rankings in the Riverfront Sports Super Six Girls Tennis Power Rankings of District 2 teams.
With both Abington Heights, the Class 3A champion, and Wyoming Seminary, the Class 2A champion, unbeaten against local competition and everyone else done with team matches, the rankings released Saturday morning are the last of the season. The Comets and Blue Knights continue into the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association state tournament.
The District 2 tournament created just one change in the ranking with Wallenpaupack moving ahead of Crestwood as they traded the fourth and fifth spot among Big Schools. Crestwood went one round further, but a comparison of the results within the district tournament play points in Wallenpaupack’s favor in NEPASportsNation.com’s assessment.
Abington Heights, the Lackawanna League champion, is followed by three of its league rivals with North Pocono holding second, West Scranton remaining third and Wallenpaupack now in fourth.
Crestwood and Delaware Valley are fifth and sixth.
Wyoming Valley Conference champion Wyoming Seminary finished first among Small Schools and is still followed, in order, by Scranton Prep, Riverside, Dallas, Holy Redeemer and Holy Cross.
The rankings with team records and last week’s position:
FINAL RIVERFRONT SPORTS SUPER SIX GIRLS TENNIS POWER RANKINGS
MORE TO COME
Return to the tennis page for more coverage from the district team tournament and a look at the upcoming district singles tournament, still to come at: https://nepasportsnation.com/fall-sports/girls-tennis/.