Your GPA is a little low for a lot of these schools, but if you have a really rigorous course load, it may be more on the average side--I don't know how your school grades. Your SAT is fairly good--but try to bring it up. Your EC's are what concerns me the most--they don't show much uniqueness. An admission officer at any of these schools has already seen the usual NHS, laundry list of clubs, a sport and an instrument--not to put down your accomplishments, though. What they want to see is something out of the ordinary that will make you really stand out. EC's aren't just things you list--you write essays about them, and you want it to really shine, so unless you can write a stellar personal statement about playing tennis, I'd find some additional EC's that really make you stand out. You've still got plenty of time, though, so focus now on your grades because junior year really, REALLY matters most. Your list is pretty long, but that's OK, just put together a list in the coming months that has colleges in these three categories: Reaches (harder to get into, but you've got as good a shot as anyone), Matches (you fit their statistics and have a great shot) and Safeties (statistically, you're likely to get in). At this point, your whole list is mostly reaches and some matches. Try and find some safeties.
Best of luck to you, my friend, and remember to enjoy your junior year!