| 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
  | By Brian Coleman
Manhasset traveled to Port Washington on Monday afternoon in a rematch of last year’s Nassau County championship, setting up an exciting match in Conference I early on in the season. The two squads didn’t disappoint, and played a tightly-contested match that came down to the fourth doubles contest...Read more
  | By Brian Coleman
This past Friday, Great Neck South took out Great Neck North 7-0 in a cross-town rival game. While the final score finished at 7-0, the matchup of the out of conference opponents was much more competitive then the score would indicate. South was led by Haarika Reddy and Emily Bae who cruised to a 6...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
The high school girls’ tennis season’s opening week continued on Wednesday as a number of different teams took to the courts in search of a win. The Roslyn Bulldogs rolled past Syosset 5-2 in a Conference I showdown Wednesday. Marissa Luchs led the way for Roslyn at first singles, battling back...Read more
  | By Brian Coleman
The high school girls’ tennis season got underway in Nassau County on Monday as some schools took to the courts for the start of the fall season. It was good to be a road team yesterday as a number of squads picked up victories away from home. In Conference I action, Port Washington traveled to...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
Mike Pavlides, in his role as a member of the Nassau Boys and Girls High School Committee, has compiled a very comprehensive list dedicated to the history of high school tennis on Long Island. We at Long Island Tennis Magazine would like to help Mike showcase the past champions, as well as help him...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
Long Island's top high schoolers and junior players have their eyes set on big things, with senior graduation right around the corner. Many have already chosen, and have been accepted to universities across the country, where they will continue their careers on the court. Congratulations to the...Read more