The Plainview JFK Hawks improved to 4-1 on the season, beating the Wheatley Wildcats 4-3 on Tuesday afternoon. With the score even at 3-3, the contest came down to the fourth doubles matchup. Plainview’s Eric Koltun & Matt Leo defeated Justin Spar & Alec Barves 7-6(7-5), 6-3 to clinch the victory for the Hawks.
Plainview will travel to Great Neck South for its next match, while Wheatley will host Great Neck South in their next contest.
In Conference I-B, Syosset continued its excellent start to the season with a 7-0 win over Garden City.
Senior Nikhil Rajesh paired up with junior Spencer Lowitt to win the clinching match for the Braves, a 6-2, 6-2 victory over Rob Gavigan & Charles Cunningham at first doubles.
The win moves Syosset to 6-0 on the year ahead of a home match versus Great Neck North. Garden City takes on Manhasset next.
Great Neck North got back on the winning track Tuesday, beating Friends Academy 5-2. Jordan Greiff lead the way with a 6-2, 6-1 win over Will Doran at third singles, while Josh Moinian & Daniel Torkin picked up a 6-3, 6-4 victory over Mike Uligea & Jake Rush at fourth doubles.
Both teams will play Syosset in their next matchup.
Massapequa remained undefeated on the season with a 5-2 win over North Shore. The Chiefs were guided by the play of its doubles tandems, most notably Mattias Nyitray & Thomas Finocchiaro, who won at fourth doubles in straight sets.
Massapequa will travel to Valley Stream Central for its next match while North Shore hosts Bellmore JFK.
Carle Place improved its record to 2-2 on the year with a 7-0 win over Hicksville on Tuesday. The Frogs took all the matches in straight sets besides one as Brandon Deveau came back from a set down to beat John Soderlund 0-6, 6-4, 6-0.
Carle Place heads to Farmingdale for its next match. Hicksville will host Calhoun next.
West Hempstead notched a big win in Conference III-B, edging Wantagh 4-3. The key match came at second doubles, as West Hempstead’s Brian Saulon & Billy Abelido defeated Raul Fernandez & Charlie Mazzer 6-4, 7-6(7-1) to help West Hempstead improve to 4-2 on the season.
West Hempstead will travel to Sewanhaka for its next match while Wantagh will visit Long Beach.
Here are the rest of the result’s from Tuesday’s action on Long Island:
►Herricks 5, Mepham 2
►Calhoun 6, East Meadow 1
►Long Beach 7, Bethpage 0
►Sewanhaka 6, Plainedge 1
►West Hempstead 4, Wantagh 3
►Oyster Bay 6, Baldwin 1
►Freeport 6, Valley Stream North 1
►Commack 6, Huntington 1
►Hills East 7, Whitman 0
►Smithtown West 6, Kings Park 1
►Harborfields 7, Hauppauge 0
►Smithtown East 5, Glenn 2
►West Islip 4, North Babylon 3
►Connetquot 4, East Islip 3
►Bay Shore 5, Sayville 2
►Babylon 4, West Babylon 3
►Deer Park 7, Knox 0
►Islip 7, Lindenhurst 0
►Bayport-Blue Point 6, Patchogue-Medford 1
►Sachem East 4, Mount Sinai 1
►Ward Melville 7, Miller Place 0
►Stony Brook 6, Middle Country 1
►Comsewogue 5, Port Jefferson 1
►Ross 6, Southampton 1
►Longwood 4, Westhampton 3
►Shoreham-Wading River 4, Mattituck 3
►East Hampton 7, Center Moriches 0
►Southold/Greenport 6, Hampton Bays 1
►Floyd 6, Eastport-South Manor 0