| By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff

The Syosset Braves improved to 7-0 on the year on Monday afternoon, downing Cold Spring Harbor in a Conference I matchup.

The win extends the Syosset winning streak to 41 straight matches as the two-time defending county champions continue to roll. On Monday it was sophomore Neel Rajesh who clinched the victory, defeating Matt Cashin 6-1, 6-4 in the first singles spot to lead the Braves.

Keeping pace in Conference 1 was the Vikings of Port Washington, who beat Jericho 5-2 to improve to 5-2 on the season. Zachary Gruber and Ryan Seigal beat Warren Wang and Hunter Lazare 7-5, 6-0 at third doubles to clinch the Port Washington victory to remain a game back of Roslyn, and two games back of Syosset, in the Conference I standings.

Roslyn improved to 6-1 with a 4-3 win over Plainview JFK on Monday.

Also in Conference I, Great Neck North won its second straight with a 7-0 victory over Friends Academy, led by Tyler Moradof and Tim Lee’s 6-4, 6-3 win at third doubles.

North Shore visited Garden City in a huge Conference II-A showdown on Monday, and it was the Black Panthers who came away victorious to move into second place in the conference. It edged Garden City 4-3 behind big singles wins from Rajan Vohra at first singles and Luke Karniewich at second singles to improve to 5-2 on the season and two games back of Manhasset for first place.

Manhasset defeated Hicksville 7-0 in its Monday match.

The Chiefs of Massapequa rolled to its sixth straight win of the season with a 7-0 triumph over Plainedge, led by Niles Ghaffar, Matthew Musalo and Matthew Waterhouse who all won their respective singles matches. Massapequa is tied with Hewlett at 6-0 atop the Conference II-B standings; Hewlett won 7-0 over Oceanside on Monday.

In Conference IV, Wantagh improved to 7-0 with a 7-0 win over West Hempstead. Nick Cerasi led the way with a 5-7, 6-4, 6-4 comeback win over Teedy Kim at first singles, while Matt Pullman and Kieran Baisley beat Matt Siegalsun and Kareem Victor 6-0, 6-0 at third doubles.

Right behind Wantagh in the Conference IV standings is Valley Stream South, who remained just one game back of the Warriors with a 7-0 victory over Valley Stream North to move to 6-1 on the season.

Below are the rest of the scores from across Long Island from Monday afternoon. To have your team featured in our daily recaps, please submit your scores to info@usptennis.com or tweet us at @LITennisMag

Nassau County

►Herricks 6, East Meadow 1
►Wheatley 4, Great Neck South 3
►Bellmore JFK 4, South Side 3
►Lynbrook 5, Valley Stream Central 2
►New Hyde Park 5, Sewanhaka 2
►Locust Valley 6, Clarke 0
►Glen Cove 6, Carle Place 1
►Mepham 4, MacArthur 3
►Malverne 7, Baldwin 0
►Long Beach 7, Division 0
►Uniondale 5, Hempstead 2
►Lawrence 7, Freeport 0

Suffolk County

►Smithtown West 4, Huntington 3
►Harborfields 7, East Islip 0
►Hills West 7, Smithtown East 0
►Whitman 7, Hauppauge 0
►West Islip 4, Connetquot 3
►Sayville 7, Babylon 0
►North Babylon 6, West Babylon 1
►Brentwood 4, Deer Park 3
►Central Islip 4, Lindenhurst 3
►Sachem 5, Port Jefferson 2
►Miller Place 4, Mt. Sinai 3
►Rocky Point 6, Ross 1
►Mattituck 5, Eastport-South Manor 2
►Southampton 6, Center Moriches 1
►Southold/Greenport 7, Hampton Bays 0