| By Brian Coleman
The Great Neck South Rebels were just 3-10 last season and struggled throughout the year in Nassau’s Conference II-A. What a difference a year makes. This season, the Rebels have been as good as any team in the county, and it continued Thursday with a 7-0 rout over Garden City to bolster its match...Read more
  | By Brian Coleman
The Long Island Girls High School Tennis season resumed play on Monday after the long weekend, with Roslyn hosting Cold Spring Harbor in a Conference I battle, as the Bulldogs disposed of the Seahawks 7-0. Roslyn swept all seven matches for the second straight match on Monday to improve its record...Read more
  | By Brian Coleman
Tuesday afternoon played host to a bunch of different girls tennis matches throughout Long Island as we inch closer to the season’s conclusion. Port Washington hosted Jericho in a Conference I showdown and edged the Jayhawks 4-3. At first singles, Sarah Seeman continued her success with a 4-6, 6-2...Read more
  | By Gary Simeone
It was a dominating performance by the Commack High School Girls Tennis team, as they were victorious over the Ross School 7-0 in a Monday afternoon match at Commack. The Commack girls are now 5-2 on the season, and will face off against a tough Half Hollow Hills West team on Tuesday at Commack...Read more
  | By Brian Coleman
One of the best matches of the 2014 girls season took place Monday, as Great Neck South took its undefeated record on the road to Wheatley in a Conference II-A matchup. Wheatley was coming off an impressive win over Great Neck North in its previous outing, while Great Neck South was looking to move...Read more
  | By Gary Simeone
It was a battle of two of Nassau County’s top girls tennis teams on Friday afternoon as the Jericho Jayhawks faced off against the Syosset Braves at Syosset High School. The Jayhawks looked impressive in defeating the Braves 4-3. Jericho's victory was balanced between singles and doubles as they...Read more
  | By Brian Coleman
The Suffolk County girls high school season is in full swing as a number of schools from Suffolk were in action on Friday afternoon. Half Hollow Hills East, Deer Park and Floyd all continued their winning ways and remained undefeated as we enter a new week of high school action. Hills East notched...Read more
  | By Brian Coleman
In a Conference I-A showdown on Friday, the Roslyn Bulldogs rebounded nicely from its loss to Manhasset as it upended Port Washington 5-2. Roslyn was led by the Singer Sisters, Levi and Marlee, who each took care of business in their respective doubles matches. Lexi Singer paired up with Rachel...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
On Thursday, Suffolk County Girls High School Tennis action featured a non-conference matchup between Huntington High School and defending Suffolk County Champion Half Hollow Hills East. Hills East has been on a quite a tear over the past few years, winning 57 consecutive Suffolk County matches. “...Read more
  | By Brian Coleman
The 2014 Long Island girls high school season continued on Wednesday, as some of the best teams in Nassau County took to the courts in hopes of remaining undefeated. Unfortunately for Roslyn, its bid at a perfect season was spoiled by the Manhasset Indians, who went on the road to defeat the...Read more