| By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff

The rain washed away many of Wednesday’s scheduled girl’s high school matches on Long Island, but there were a couple of matches played, including a tightly-contested matchup between Conference I foes Roslyn and Syosset.

Conference I in Nassau County has been very competitive this season. Many of the matches have been close with a lot of them coming down to the final court to determine a winner. Yesterday afternoon was no exception, as Syosset took on Roslyn for the second time this season. In the first encounter at Roslyn, Syosset won 4-3, but this time, it was Roslyn who pulled out the match winning 4-3.

Roslyn's Tess Dicker & Jill Pion defeated Joey Baranowski & Jesse Levy, 6-2, 6-7 (5), 10-8 in third doubles to clinch the win. Roslyn also got wins from the first doubles team of Carly Berman & Izzy Glick, who defeated Gabi Sklar & Marissa Levine, 6-3, 6-3 as well as from the second doubles team of Natalia Krol & Anna Dicker. Roslyn's fourth win came from Ashley Messinger, who defeated Tal Bodner at third singles. The Bulldogs have now won three straight Conference I matches.

“We are thrilled to pull out a tough 4-3 win against a talented, well-coached Syosset team,” said Roslyn Head Coach Brian Hoffner. “I'm happy for the girls, they really supported each other out there today ... a true team win."

There were only two other girl’s high school matches played on Wednesday:

►Plainview JFK 6, Calhoun 1
►Deer Park 5, North Babylon 2