After the first round of the Class 4A and 2A state tennis tournaments in the Orlando area, a few area teams and individuals are still alive. The Jesuit boys and Academy of Holy Names girls advanced to the Class 2A team tournament semifinals. Jesuit, the fifth seed, knocked off top-seeded Pensacola, getting straight-set wins from Nos. 1 and 3 singles and both doubles teams. Holy Names, meanwhile, beat top-seeded Rutherford 5-1, dropping only a match at No. 1 doubles. Also in Class 2A, Zephyrhills’ Jonathan Judy-Hansen will play in the individual singles semifinals Tuesday after winning his first two matches. Tarpon Springs’ Alex Theophilopoulos (singles, doubles) and Hunter Colosi (doubles), and Zephyrhills’ doubles team of Hope Johnson and Paige Johnson were not as lucky Monday.In Class 4A, St. Petersburg’s Anslee Long is the lone area individual advancing. She’ll face top-seeded Alana Wolfberg on Tuesday morning. Long defeated Asia Roulerson of East Ridge 6-1, 6-2 in the quarterfinals. Durant’s Maggie Pate won her first-round match, then fell in the quarterfinals to the No. 2 seed, Buchholz’ Emma Shelton. Durant’s girls doubles team of Pate and Alessandra DiNova lost in the quarterfinals to a tandem from Miami Ferguson.In team competition, Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas eliminated Wiregrass Ranch 4-1. Kanishkh Ramesh won his No. 1 singles match for the Bulls. The Steinbrenner boys fell 4-0 to Miami Palmetto. For the girls, Orlando Dr. Krop defeated Plant 4-0 and Newsome was swept Parkland Douglas.