Andrea Martinez won the fourth and clinching point for Port Washington with a victory at second singles.
  | By Brian Coleman
The dominance of Port Washington continued on Tuesday The Hamlet Golf & Country Club in Commack, as the girls won for the 50 th time in its last 51 matches, defeating Westhampton Beach 7-0 to capture the Long Island Championship. “What makes this even more special is that we just won [the Long...Read more
Rachel Arbitman and Nyla Gershfeld are the 2019 NYSPHSAA Girls Doubles Champions.
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
A year ago, Rachel Arbitman powered her way to the New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) singles title. This year, the Hewlett sophomore moved to the doubles court with teammate Nyla Gershfeld, and the two parlayed their Nassau County championship from a couple of weeks...Read more
Julia Stabile won at fourth singles to clinch Westhampton Beach's second straight Suffolk County title.
  | By Brian Coleman
With one match remaining in the Suffolk County Championship, the crowd gathered outside the fence of the fourth singles court at Shoreham-Wading River High School. As top-seed Westhampton Beach and third-seed Islip split the first six matches on the day, the county champion would come down to this...Read more
Port Washington captured the 2019 Nassau County title by beating Great Neck North 7-0.
  | By Brian Coleman
For the last few years, no tennis team on Long Island has been more dominant than the girls from Port Washington. The Vikings proved that once again on Friday afternoon, winning the Nassau County championship with a 7-0 win over Great Neck North at Eisenhower Park. “Even though the score was 7-0,...Read more
The top two seeds in Nassau County have both advanced to the championship match, as Port Washington and Great Neck North will square off in Friday’s final after winning their respective semifinal matches on Wednesday afternoon.
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
The top two seeds in Nassau County have both advanced to the championship match, as Port Washington and Great Neck North will square off in Friday’s final after winning their respective semifinal matches on Wednesday afternoon. The top-seeded Vikings defeated Hewlett 6-1, exacting a bit of revenge...Read more
The Suffolk County playoffs began on a rainy afternoon on Tuesday as only three matches were able to be played throughout the section’s opening round slate.
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
The Suffolk County playoffs began on a rainy afternoon on Monday, as only three matches were able to be played throughout the section’s opening round slate. Mt. Sinai edged Hills West 4-3, as Alyssa Flanders and Gita Ramakrishnan won 6-2, 6-3 at second doubles in the match’s decisive flight. The 17...Read more
Cold Spring Harbor’s Merri Kelly Hannity won her second career Nassau County singles title.
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
Back in 2016, Merri Kelly Hannity won the Nassau County singles title in her freshman year at Cold Spring Harbor. And now a senior, she has repeated that feat, defeating Thea Rabman of Port Washington 6-2, 2-6, 6-0 in this year’s county final. “It feels really good, and it’s really exciting to be...Read more
Gabriele Brancatelli won his match at second singles to help lead Port Washington to the Long Island title.
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
The sophomore slump doesn’t apply to Rose Hayes. A year after winning the Suffolk County singles title in her freshman year at Westhampton Beach, Hayes defended her title and won a second consecutive county championship with a 6-0, 6-2 victory over Commack’s Kady Tannenbaum. “I served really well,...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
The playoff season on Long Island began on Thursday afternoon, with the first-round matchups in Nassau County being played. Third-seed Syosset defeated Mepham 7-0, as Caroline Lee hung on to win 6-3, 1-6, 10-7 at first singles. The defending county champions move into a quarterfinal matchup against...Read more
Westhampton Beach, defending Long Island champions, are the top-seed in the Suffolk County tournament.
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
The high school regular season’s have come to a close, and the team playoffs get underway on Thursday afternoon with a couple of the first round matchups, while the Suffolk County opening round begins next Tuesday. The top four seeds in Nassau are Port Washington, Great Neck North, Syosset and...Read more