| By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff

The six-peat is complete! Last Thursday afternoon at Garden City High School, the Cold Spring Harbor's (CSH) boys tennis team won an astounding sixth consecutive Nassau County Championship, defeating Syosset. They ended the season 14-0 and now await the winner of the Suffolk County Championship. CSH will square off with the Suffolk champs in the Long Island Championship, set for Wednesday, May 29 at a site to be determined in Nassau County.

As was the case in both of their regular season meetings with Syosset, CSH won 4-3. The strength of the team is at the top, as they swept the singles matches. Conor Dauer led the way at first singles with a 6-2, 6-0 win over Syosset's Henry Tell. After the match, Dauer said, "I knew coming in that he was a good player and this would not be an easy match."

CSH later sealed the win and Nassau title with a win at first doubles.

Speaking on their sixth straight Nassau title, first singles player Conor Dauer said, "I've had my eyes on six since July of last summer. It's been an honor to be the captain of this team and help us win a Nassau title following in my brothers footsteps."

Second singles player Connor Mullins, who won his match in straight sets, added,  " It's been a great run and shows that throughout the streak our teams have had great heart."