The top three seeds in the Nassau County playoffs advanced to the semifinals on Monday afternoon, while the fourth semifinalist is still yet to be determined as Syosset and Cold Spring Harbor will resume their quarterfinal match on Tuesday.
Top-seed Port Washington opened up its playoff campaign with a 5-2 win over Hewlett. The Vikings took all four doubles flights and captured the third singles match to round out its scoring. The 1-2 punch of Rachel Arbitman, who won the Nassau County singles title on Sunday afternoon, and Gabriel Sciarrotta won at first and second singles, respectively, to win the two flights for Hewlett, but it was not enough as Port Washington advances to the semifinals.
In the semifinals, Port Washington will play the winner of Syosset and Cold Spring Harbor. The quarterfinal match between the two programs was tied at 3-3 before being postponed on Monday afternoon, and will conclude on Tuesday.
Great Neck North and Roslyn will meet for the third time this season when they square off in the semifinals on Tuesday. Roslyn got past Conference I foe Manhasset 5-2 as Rena Zervakos led the way with a 6-4, 6-4 win over Brianna Rienzi at second singles, while Great Neck North swept Oceanside 7-0 in its quarterfinal on Monday.
The Blazers have won both matchups against Roslyn this season, and are seeking its second straight appearance in the county championship, while Roslyn will be looking to make the county final for the first time since 2014.