| By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
Tuesday served up yet another great day of action in the 2014 High School Boys Tennis season, as Carle Place improved its record in Nassau Conference III-A to 3-1 with a 6-1 win over Hicksville. Carle Place swept the singles matches, as Carle Place's Giancarlo Cavallero defeated Hicksville's Aunrog...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
In cold, damp and windy conditions, the South Side Boys Tennis team pulled off a gritty 4-3 win over a very tough Garden City team to take over sole possession of first place in Nassau Conference II. With the overall match tied 3-3, South Side’s team of Ryan Chelius & Danny Collins found...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
This weekend saw two make-up matches take place in Nassau County's Conference II. In a make-up from Friday's rain-out, Oceanside defeated Lynbrook 5-1 on Saturday. Bright sun and a strong wind resulted in some unusual shot making as Oceanside's Flo LeGoupil-Maier outlasted Lynbrook's Jake Sandler 6...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
The sun was finally out on Long Island Thursday as the 2014 Boys High School tennis season heated up. In Conference 1-A action, it was Luke Johnston & Max Mastbaum who led the way for Port Washington in their win over Great Neck South's Landon Phillips & Harrison Dvoor. Johnston &...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
High school matches in both Nassau and Suffolk Counties were on the docket Wednesday afternoon as the week's weather finally decided to cooperate. In Suffolk County, it was the Center Moriches Red Devils defeating Eastport South Manor yesterday 5-2 in a League 8 Division IV match at Eastport South...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
In Nassau County Boys High School Tennis action Tuesday, South Side went on the road and defeated Herricks High School 5-2 in their Conference II opener. South Side was led by strong performances at first singles from David Reinharz and second singles by Max Kramer. The team of Mike Spelfogel...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
Long Island's top high schoolers and junior players have their eyes set on big things, with senior graduation right around the corner. Many have already chosen, and have been accepted to universities across the country, where they will continue their careers on the court. Congratulations to the...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
On a day when many matches on Long Island were cancelled due to the weather, there were still a valiant few who fought through and played on yesterday in boys high school tennis action. Yesterday's weather on Long Island ran the gamut, as there was rain, then frigid temps, then snow, and finally,...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
The Suffolk County Tennis Coaches Association (SCTCA) recently hosted a pre-season HS Coaches workshop at Sportime Kings Park. The Workshop, organized by SCTCA President and Commack Coach Shane Helfner, was conducted by SCTCA Vice President, Center Moriches Coach and USTA Coaching Education and...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
While all of us on Long Island await the warmer weather to arrive, the Boys High School Tennis season got started yesterday in Nassau County amid some cold conditions. In Conference I-A, a match between Plainview JFK and Great Neck South came right down to the wire. After Plainview won all three...Read more