| By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff

The Plainedge Red Devils and Carle Place Frogs both continued their winning ways on a beautiful Wednesday afternoon, each picking up victories in Nassau’s Conference III.

The Red Devils took on the Sewanhaka Indians in Conference III-B and won its third consecutive match by the same score, 5-2. Plainedge was led by its doubles tandems, all four of which nailed down victories to anchor the win.

The deciding match came at fourth doubles as Plainedge’s Nick Ticali & Tom Connelly defeated Dan Davide & Safir Memon 6-3, 3-6, 6-3.

Ryan Easterbrook beat Kyle Ng 6-1, 6-0 at first singles as well for Plainedge. The win moves the Red Devils to 8-5 on the year.

Also in Conference III-B, West Hempstead edged Wantagh 4-3. The first doubles duo of Kannan Rajendran & Brian Saulon of West Hempstead beat Wantagh’s Anthony Amato & Tristan Cruz 6-1, 6-1 to snap a five-match losing streak.

Carle Place also rattled off its third straight win on Wednesday. The Frogs swept all seven matches en route to a 7-0 victory over Hicksville in Conference III-A.

While the score line would indicate a one-sided affair, Carle Place had to dig out a couple of three-set victories to push through. Senior Sahil Kadakia picked up a big win at second singles, beating Hicksville’s Akash Jha 6-3, 2-6, 6-0.

Giancarlo Cavallero continued his dominance at first singles, taking his match in straight sets. Cavallero has now won his last six matches without dropping a set, and has won his last four matches without dropping a game.

The win pushes Carle Place to 6-5 on the season.

In Conference I-B, Syosset remained undefeated on the season, beating the Garden City Trojans 7-0 behind its second doubles tandem of Evan Lowitt & Preet Rajpal, who beat Rob Gavigan & Drew Haggerty 6-4, 6-3.

Now at 13-0 overall, Syosset looks to complete the perfect regular season when it takes on a streaking Great Neck North team on Friday.

Led by seniors Nasser Ghaffar & Tom Dacosta in singles, and Vincent Coghill & Zachary Ready in doubles, the Massapequa Chiefs beat North Shore 5-2 to improve to 12-1 on the season.

Here are the rest of the scores from across Long Island on Wednesday:

Nassau County
Conference I-A

Cold Spring Harbor 6, Great Neck South 1
South Side 7, Hewlett 0

Conference I-B
Roslyn 4, Manhasset 3

Conference II
Oceanside 5, Lynbrook 2
Herricks 5, Valley Stream Central 2
Bellmore JFK 6, Mepham 1

Conference III-A
Calhoun 7, East Meadow 0
Locust Valley 4, Glen Cove 3

Conference III-B
Bethpage 4, New Hyde Park 3
MacArthur 4, Long Beach 3

Conference IV-A
Oyster Bay 5, Clarke 2

Suffolk County
League I

Hills West 7, Whitman 0

League II
Smithtown West 7, Brentwood 0

League V
Patchogue-Medford 6, Rocky Point 1

League VII
East Hampton 5, Ross 2