| By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
Port Washington won Nassau County's Conference I for the third straight season with a win on Thursday.
Photo courtesy of Shane Helfner

 

For the third straight year, Port Washington is the champion of Nassau County’s Conference I.

The Vikings concluded its regular season at 12-0 thanks to a 6-1 win over Manhasset on Thursday afternoon. The team’s doubles duos led the way, notching wins at first, second, third and fourth doubles.

Port Washington has now won 44 of its last 45 matches, and will once again be the top-seed when the county playoffs begin.

Below are other scores from Thursday as reported to Long Island Tennis Magazine.

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►​Massapequa 5, Calhoun 1

Julianna Romeo won her match at first singles to lead the Chiefs.


►South Side 6, New Hyde Park 1

Maddie McGovern and Helene Ruiz outlasted Phoebe Speter and Elise Park 4-6, 6-0, 10-5 at fourth doubles as South Side notched the victory.


►​Mepham 5, Bethpage 1

Mepham improved to 11-0 on the season as Alexandra Raikos anchored the team win with a triumph at first singles.


►North Shore 6, Garden City 1

Ava Finnegan and Cassandra Nochowitz won 6-7(6), 6-2, 11-9 in a thrilling second doubles match as North Shore notched the win.


►​Herricks 4, Wheatley 3

Herricks won at first, second and fourth doubles to edge Wheatley and hand the Wildcats its first defeat of the season.


►​Hicksville 4, Baldwin 3

Keiri Cabrera and Salina Ho hung on to win 6-3, 6-7(1), 7-5 at third doubles to lead Hicksville to the narrow victory.


►Oyster Bay 6, Plainedge 1

Emma McGuckin, Rachel Kowalsky and Rose Lindstrom won at first, second and third singles, respectively as Oyster Bay notched the win.


►Glen Cove 4, Clarke 3

Nicole Khaimov and Lily Hoffman won 7-6(3), 6-2 over Noor Ellahie and Aryanna Adalin at third doubles.


►​Lynbrook 7, Long Beach 0

Lynbrook has now won 10 straight matches and is 11-1 on the season.


►Plainview JFK 5, Locust Valley 2

Abigail Lev and Nicole Esposito came back from a set down to win 4-6, 7-5, 6-0 at first doubles.