| By Brian Coleman

The Manhasset Indians took its six-match winning streak into a home contest with Conference I foe Port Washington on Wednesday. Manhasset’s last and only loss on the season came at the hands of Port Washington back in mid-September, as the Indians looked to exact some revenge.

Manhasset got the upper hand on Wednesday, knocking off Port Washington 5-2 to move to 10-1 on the season. Amanda Foo beat Sarah Seaman 6-1, 4-6, 6-4 in first singles to pace Manhasset who stayed even with Roslyn at the top of the Conference I standings.

A huge matchup waits Friday, when Manhasset welcomes Roslyn in what will be one of the best matches in Nassau County this season. Port Washington falls to 7-4 and will host Syosset next.

Manhasset’s win was significant because it was able to keep pace with Roslyn, who won its sixth straight match on Wednesday to improve to 10-1. The Bulldogs edged Locust Valley 4-3 behind its strong doubles play. Ashley Messinger & Izzy Glick won 6-3, 6-4 in their second doubles match to lead Roslyn. Locust Valley will play Oceanside at home on Friday.

In Conference II-A, the Rebels of Great Neck South continued its quest for a perfect season with a 6-1 win over Oyster Bay. Marisa Menist knocked off Jessica Lane 6-4, 6-2 to pace Great Neck South as it improves to 10-0 on the year. It will take that undefeated record into a huge road match versus second-place North Shore on Friday. North Shore has won its last six matches and sits just below the Rebels in the Conference II-A standings.

Here are other results from Wednesday’s action across Long Island:

Nassau County
Jericho 6, Oceanside 1
Great Neck North 5, Herricks 2
North Shore 4, Friends Academy 3
Lynbrook 7, Massapequa 0
South Side 5, Bellmore JFK 2
Hewlett 6, Carey 1
Calhoun 4, Baldwin 2
Plainedge 6, Carle Place 1
Glen Cove 5, Hicksville 2
Farmingdale 4, Valley Stream South 3
East Meadow 6, Long Beach 1
Clarke 7, Hempstead 0
West Hempstead 5, Lawrence 2
New Hyde Park 7, Roosevelt 0

Suffolk County
Half Hollow Hills East 5, Half Hollow Hills West 2
Smithtown East 6, Smithtown West 1
Glenn 5, Walt Whitman 2
East Islip 4, Bay Shore 3
Brentwood 7, Babylon 0
Ward Melville 7, Longwood 0
Patchogue-Medford 5, Miller Place 2
Comsewogue 6, Bellport 1
Stony Brook 6, Sachem North 1
Floyd 7, East Hampton/Bridgehampton/Pierson 0
Westhampton 5, Eastport-South Manor 2
Ross School 6, Southampton 1
Mercy 7, Riverhead 0
Hampton Bays 6, Shoreham-Wading River 1

Brian Coleman

Brian Coleman is the Senior Editor for Long Island Tennis Magazine. He may be reached at brianc@usptennis.com