| 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 Thotkura in straight sets. In second singles, Carle Place's Sahil Kadakia came from one set down to defeat Hicksville's Eswar Dommarqja, and Andy Li from Carle Place won a tough three-set match over Kyle Singh. Carle Place took first, second and third doubles, while Hicksville won the fourth doubles match.

In Conference I, it was Great Neck South losing to host Valley Stream Central 4-3. Great Neck South took third singles, and second, third and fourth doubles to secure their first win in Conference I-A for the 2014 season.

Port Washington defeated Wheatley 5-2 on its home court, led by Tim Seri Genes & George Kaslow  who defeated Garrett Frames & Ryan Olsen to clinch the match for Port Washington and moving Port to a still perfect 4-0 on the year. 

Host Great Neck North and Friends Academy had a very tight battle yesterday, as the matchup was tied at 3-3 and came down to third singles. Great Neck's Daniel Charasz defeated Samir Singh 6-3, 7-5 in the deciding match, as Great Neck North improved their record to 2-1 on the season. 

As the weather heats up, we are looking forward to more pictures and stories about the Nassau and Suffolk boys high school season coming your way.