Port Washington, Massapequa, Wantagh, West Hempstead Also Maintain Undefeated Records
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff

The Syosset Braves and South Side Cyclones were two of the teams who stayed unbeaten in the early season on a beautiful afternoon on Wednesday.

Syosset extended its winning streak to 37 matches with a 5-2 win over Conference I foe Plainview JFK to improve to 3-0 on the season. Freshman Kabir Rajpal clinched the match for the Braves, defeating Jared Phillips 6-2, 6-2 at second singles.

The Cyclones of South Side notched a 6-1 win over Oceanside on Wednesday to win its fourth consecutive match to start the season. Jimmy Ryan nailed a down a huge win in the first singles spot, outlasting Kyle Cohen 6-4, 0-6, 6-1 to lead the way for South Side. Harry Swett and Matt Rusniyak won 7-5, 6-4 at second doubles as well to help anchor the victory.

Keeping pace with Syosset in Conference I was Port Washington, who moved to 3-0 with a 6-1 win over Cold Spring Harbor. Zachary Gruber and Ryan Siegel picked up a straight-sets win at third doubles, and Alex Karmen outlasted Matt Cashin 6-4, 4-6, 6-2 in the first singles spot to help lead the Vikings to its third straight victory.

Also in Conference I, Jericho won its first match of the season with a 4-3 win over Great Neck North. The match would be decided by second singles as Varun Reddy hung on for the 6-2, 5-7, 6-2 win over Jordan Greiff.

Massapequa swept all seven courts to notch a 7-0 win over Valley Stream Central on Wednesday. John Probst and Anthony Guerriere beat Mark Dyce and Olivier Previl 6-4, 6-4 at third doubles to lead the Chiefs to a 3-0 record.

Wantagh and West Hempstead remained undefeated with wins in Conference IV on Wednesday. Nick Cerasi posted a 6-0, 6-0 win over Jose Mejia at first singles, while Jacob Don and John King won 6-4, 6-4 at fourth doubles to lead Wantagh past Freeport 7-0. West Hempstead edged Uniondale 4-3.

Wantagh defeated Freeport 7-0 on Wednesday. 

In Conference II-A, Herricks got in the win column with a 7-0 win over Hicksville. The match was more competitive than the scoreline would indicate, but Herricks was able to come out victorious. Jared Lam and Ashwin Palaniappan won 6-3, 6-3 over Lorenzo DiGiacomo and Kavan Singh at first doubles to lead the way for Herricks.

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

Nassau County

►Valley Stream South 7, Hempstead 0
►Oyster Bay 4, Glen Cove 3
►North Shore 7, East Meadow 0
►Roslyn 6, Friends Academy 1
►Manhasset 4, Great Neck South 3
►Bellmore JFK 7, Plainedge 0
►Hewlett 7, Lynbrook 0
►Locust Valley 6, Sewanhaka 1
►Clarke 5, Carle Place 2
►Malverne 5, Division 2
►Long Beach 7, Mepham 0
►Calhoun 6, MacArthur 1
►Farmingdale 7, Baldwin 0
►Valley Stream North 4, Lawrence 3

Suffolk County

►Smithtown West 7, Connetquot 0
►Harborfields 5, Huntington 2
►Hills West 4, Commack 3
►Glenn 4, Whitman 3
►Hauppauge 4, Kings Park 3
►Bay Shore 7, Sayville 0
►West Islip 7, East Islip 0
►Deer Park 6, Babylon 1
►Brentwood 4, Lindenhurst 3
►Central Islip 7, West Babylon 0
►Bayport-Blue Point 6, Longwood 1
►Sachem 4, Miller Place 3
►Patchogue-Medford 4, Middle Country 3
►Mt. Sinai 5, Port Jefferson 2
►Westhampton 6, Floyd 1
►Southold 4, Eastport-South Manor 3
►Center Moriches 4, Hampton Bays 3
►Mattituck 6, Riverhead 1