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  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff

The Syosset Braves kept on rolling on Tuesday afternoon, defeating Port Washington 7-0 in a Conference I semi-final. The win improves Syosset’s record to 15-0 on the season, and puts them into the Conference I title match.

The deciding match on Tuesday came from the second doubles tandem of Evan Lowitt & Preet Rajpal. The pair defeated Thomas Hansen & Jed Bondy 7-5, 6-1 to lead the way for the Braves.

Syosset awaits the winner of the other Conference I semifinal, which will feature Cold Spring Harbor taking on the Roslyn Bulldogs.

Roslyn defeated Great Neck North 5-2 on Tuesday afternoon to move into the semifinals against Cold Spring Harbor. Second singles player Justin Lempert moved past Great Neck North’s Simon Kashfi 6-4, 6-4 to lead the way for Roslyn, who have now won three straight matches overall.

Roslyn will visit Cold Spring Harbor on Thursday afternoon, with the winner moving on to meet undefeated Syosset in the final.