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  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
Sarah Faber serves during her win at third singles on Wednesday.
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Roslyn defeated Manhasset 6-1 on Wednesday afternoon, as Angelina Remnek got things started with a straight-sets victory at second singles, and a key win coming from Joselle Mashkevich and Sydney Rothschild at third doubles as the duo came back to win 4-6, 6-2, 10-6.

But it was bigger than just the results on court as this was Roslyn’s “Go Gold” match to raise awareness of pediatric cancer.

“We played well today. Manhasset is always a well-coached and tough opponent, and we are happy to come away with a win,” said Roslyn head coach Brian Hoffner. “But I’m most proud of our girls for coming together as a team to help raise awareness for pediatric cancer at today’s match. It is something that they are passionate about and it was great to see them take the lead. It was a great day to be a coach.”

Sarah Faber, a Roslyn captain who won her match at third singles 6-2, 6-3, was especially proud of both her team as well as Manhasset.

The Roslyn and Manhasset teams wore gold ribbons in their hair in honor of Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month. 


“I would like to thank the Roslyn and Manhasset varsity tennis teams for participating in our ‘Go Gold’ match. Pediatric cancer has touched the lives of many people in my life and it is up to us to spread awareness,” said Faber. “After working at Sunrise Day Camp this summer, I find it is very important to help these kids in any way we can, and we are able to do our part by ‘going gold’ in September for Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month.”

In Suffolk County, Harborfields got into the win column on the season with a 6-1 win over Smithtown West, with the clinching match coming at third singles from Allie Evangelist.

The defending county and Long Island champions, Westhampton Beach, improved to 7-0 on the season. Julia Stabile beat Madison Taylor 6-0, 6-1 at fourth singles to lead the way for the Hurricanes.

Below are other scores from Wednesday as reported to Long Island Tennis Magazine:

►​Hicksville 5, Clarke 2

The first doubles team of Keiri Cabrera and Fatima Aguilar came back from a set down to beat Catherine Heitner and Samantha Borozny 4-6, 6-3, 6-1 to lead Hicksville to its second straight win.

►Baldwin 4, Oyster Bay 3

A key win came at second doubles as Adriela Ramos and Paris Jamsion outlasted Nicole Voumvourakis and Robin Glaser 4-6, 6-0, 7-5 to help Baldwin edge Oyster Bay.

►​Herricks 6, Garden City 1

The fourth doubles tandem of Emily Wei and Adrianna Staniszewski won 6-2, 6-0 as part of Herricks’ win over Garden City on Wednesday.

►Wheatley 6, Plainview JFK 1

Wheatley got wins from its top three singles players, Kaya Amin, Kavina Amin and Hailey Lessen, respectively, to remain unbeaten on the season.

►Glen Cove 7, Plainedge 0

Glen Cove’s Sangimoh Davlatshoev won 6-2, 6-4 at second singles won its fourth consecutive match to start the season.

►Oceanside 5, South Side 2

In a tight three-set match, Sydney Fuchs and Sari Goldstein won 6-3, 4-6, 6-2 as Oceanside beat South Side to improve to 5-0 on the season.

►Port Washington 6, Great Neck North 1

Freshman Ellie Ross beat Alyssa Ghassabian 5-7, 6-2, 11-9 on the third singles court as Port Washington beat Great Neck North in Conference I.

►West Hempstead 4, Valley Stream North 3

Elizabeth Gurwitz and Amelie Chicoye won 6-2, 6-2 over Kamille Sherestha and Josephine Scalia to clinch West Hempstead’s victory.

►​Massapequa 5, Long Beach 2

Massapequa was led by the first doubles team of Victoria Bowman and Katelyn Valvo who won 6-3, 7-5 to lead their Chiefs to the win.

►Cold Spring Harbor 7, Jericho 0

Allie Lynch and Hailey Schulsinger came back from a set down to win 3-6, 6-4, 10-7 as a part of Cold Spring Harbor’s fourth consecutive victory.

►​Lynbrook 4, Bellmore JFK 3

Despite dropping all three singles matches, Lynbrook swept all four doubles flights to edge Bellmore JFK, including Lexi Samelson and Ava Schwam’s clinching win at third doubles.

►Great Neck South 4, Locust Valley 3

Belinda Chen edged Maddie Driscoll 3-6, 6-3, 6-1 at second singles as Great Neck South narrowly defeated Locust Valley 4-3.