| By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff

Mother Nature did her part to try to blank out all of this weekend’s tennis matches on Long Island, but a number of high-quality matches were able to be played over the weekend.

The Syosset Braves snapped a five-match losing streak with a 5-2 victory over Jericho in Conference I on Saturday. The clinching match came at fourth doubles, as Jenna Riech and Lindsay Ogman got past Simran Bansal and Varsha Barsal 6-4, 6-2 seal the win for Syosset.

Now at 6-6, Syosset will play Locust Valley next. Jericho will host Port Washington.

Port Washington lost a close Conference I matchup to Roslyn on Saturday, as the Bulldogs edged out a 4-3 win. Anna Dicker and Natalia Krol beat Blake Dolin and Syuki Mori 7-6, 6-3 at second doubles to clinch the win for Roslyn, who has now won six of its last seven matches.

The Bulldogs will look to build off of this win in its regular season finale against Great Neck South.

The Plainedge Red Devils continued their streak, defeating Mepham 6-1 in Conference III-A for its sixth win in seven matches. In the most exciting contest of the match, Gabby Weir and Jess Barbieri hung on to beat Julia DeRosa and Jess Dijkstra 7-6(10-8), 4-6, 7-6(7-5).

Plainedge’s final regular season game will be at home against Clarke. Mepham will host East Meadow in its finale.

The rain shortened two Conference II matchups on Friday. Great Neck North won the first four matches against Garden City, highlighted by Ashley Yu’s 6-2, 6-0 win over Olivia Guarnieri at second singles, before the rain washed away the rest of the matches.

The Blazers won it 4-0, and will play Oyster Bay in its regular season finale. Garden City will host Cold Spring Harbor.

Rebecca Price and Linie Li won their fourth doubles match 6-3, 6-4 to give Massapequa its fourth win against Calhoun, and soon after the rain came down and forced the seventh match not to be played. Massapequa secured the 4-2 victory to snap a five-match losing streak ahead of its regular season finale against Hewlett.

Calhoun plays Oceanside next.