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  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
On a day when many matches on Long Island were cancelled due to the weather, there were still a valiant few who fought through and played on yesterday in boys high school tennis action. Yesterday's weather on Long Island ran the gamut, as there was rain, then frigid temps, then snow, and finally,...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
The Suffolk County Tennis Coaches Association (SCTCA) recently hosted a pre-season HS Coaches workshop at Sportime Kings Park. The Workshop, organized by SCTCA President and Commack Coach Shane Helfner, was conducted by SCTCA Vice President, Center Moriches Coach and USTA Coaching Education and...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
While all of us on Long Island await the warmer weather to arrive, the Boys High School Tennis season got started yesterday in Nassau County amid some cold conditions. In Conference I-A, a match between Plainview JFK and Great Neck South came right down to the wire. After Plainview won all three...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
The Hampton Bays Baymen Boys Varsity Tennis team managed to overcome many obstacles in winning their first match of the season on Wednesday. Playing without one of their top players against a tough Eastport/South Manor Sharks team was difficult enough, but adding in the frigid temperatures made it...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
The 2014 Suffolk County Boys High School Tennis season is underway, and on Tuesday, it was the Center Moriches Red Devils varsity boys tennis team who won its season opener by defeating Riverhead Blue Waves 5-2. The Red Devils prevailed over the Blue Waves in cold and windy conditions as the spring...Read more
  | By Miguel Cervantes III
Long Island has seen some phenomenal high level juniors enjoying success on court, but what happens to them after high school? It can’t be all rackets and tournaments for them, can it? Do they go on and play tennis in college? Where do they work after college? These were just a few questions going...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
The 2014 Boys High School Season is set to begin practices on Monday, March 10. Defending Suffolk County Champion and Long Island Champion Half Hollow Hills East returns with first singles player Zain Ali and a strong team that will look to repeat as Suffolk County Champions again this season...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
The long awaited match-up between Nassau County Champion Cold Spring Harbor and Suffolk County Champion Half Hollow Hills East did not disappoint yesterday as the teams finally took the court yesterday at Cold Spring Harbor High School. Those who attended yesterday's Long Island High School...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
Coach Daniel Burgess Jr. and his Wantagh High School Boys’ Varsity tennis team were honored at the school’s awards dinner for their achievements during the 2013 season. Coming from a losing season in 2012, the Wantagh boys, under the direction of Coach Burgess, in his rookie season leading a high...Read more
  | By Adam Wolfthal
After three days of playing under the blazing sun at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center the 2013 NYSPHSAA Boys Tennis Championships came to a close on Saturday. In a battle of Westchester’s top seeds Shawn Hadavi of Dobbs Ferry won the Singles State Champinship defeating Taiyo...Read more