| By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
The last three high school seasons on Long Island have been dominated by one team … Cold Spring Harbor, winners of three straight Long Island High School Boys Tennis Championships. With nearly their entire team intact again this season and seven ranked USTA junior players, Cold Spring Harbor is the...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
Boys high school tennis players from Long Island had an impressive showing at the NYSPHSAA State Tennis Championships that wrapped up this past Saturday, June 5 at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center. In singles play, Josh Levine from Cold Spring Harbor finished second overall in the...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
There were five singles players from Long Island who were invited to the Tennis State Championships at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Queens this week. Four out of those five will be back to play a second day after convincing wins on Thursday. Cold Spring Harbor’s first singles...Read more
  | By Gary Simeone
The Cold Spring Harbor Boys Varsity Tennis team won their third consecutive Long Island Championship on Wednesday, May 26, knocking off Suffolk County Boys Tennis Champions Half Hollow Hills East by a score of 6-1 at Smithtown East High School. Battling temperatures in the 90s and high humidity,...Read more
  | By Joe Arias
The Suffolk County Junior Tennis League (SCJTL) revived the Boys Varsity Tennis Awards Dinner with a resoundingly successful event on May 25. This event had not been held in three seasons, but made a strong comeback this year thanks to the effort of SCJTL staff of Joe Arias, Donna Arias, Jimmy...Read more
  | By Gary Simeone
First singles player, Josh Levine of Cold Spring Harbor thought he would be getting a little more competition from his match against Roslyn at Garden City High School on Thursday. “I was ready to play Austin (Blau) but they told me he had gotten sick and wouldn’t be available. So I ended up playing...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
This past weekend, the best boys high school players in Nassau County came together at Oceanside High School for the Individual Championships. They were battling for County supremacy, as well as a trip to the State Championships (beginning June 3). The weather cooperated this past weekend, allowing...Read more
  | By Bobby Colton
It all came down to one, single set: Syosset High School’s Stephen Peng against Great Neck North High School’s Brandon Thomas. One set to determine who would advance in the playoffs and earn a trip to the semifinals to take on Roslyn. Syosset and Great Neck North split their regular season matchups...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
The Suffolk County Boys Division I Individual Tennis Championships were held yesterday at Sachem East High School. Congratulations to all of the players on another successful season of boy's high school tennis ... Singles Championship Nolan Gelman (1) of Half Hollow Hills West defeated Scott...Read more
  | By Bobby Colton
To Cold Spring Harbor and Syosset, the prospect of facing off against the opposing school was overshadowed by the daunting task of beating the brutal wind that ripped through the tarp-less fences surrounding the courts. It was clear before the match that neither club was as prepared for the battle...Read more