| By Brian Coleman

The high school tennis season continued in New York City on Tuesday, as a number of schools were in action on a chilly March afternoon.

The Cardozo girls team picked up its second win of its season, defeating the Townsend Harris girls by a score of 5-0.

The Townsend Harris boys team also notched its second win of the season, moving past Francis Lewis 5-0. The Hawks lost just eight games over the course of the five matches on its way a victory and a 2-0 start to the season.

Below are the rest of the results from Tuesday’s matches across New York City:


Manhattan Center for Science and Math 5, West 50th Street Campus 0
​►High School for Environmental Studies 3, Frederick Douglas Academy 0
​►Stuyvesant 3, Bronx Science 2
​►Brooklyn Tech 5, Fort Hamilton 0
​►Leon Goldstein 5, James Madison 0
​►New Utrecht 3, Midwood 2
​►Jamaica 3, Flushing 0
​►Queens Science 4, Beach Channel 1
​►John Bowne 3, Thomas Edison 2
​►Aviation High School 4, Newcomers 0
​►Staten Island Tech 5, New Dorp 0
​►William Bryant 3, Long Island City 2

​►Bronx Science 3, Bard 2
​►Brooklyn Tech 4, James Madison 1
​►Canarsie 5, John Dewie 0
​►High School for Telecommunications, Arts & Tech 4, Fort Hamilton 0
​►Robert F. Kennedy 4, Richmond Hill 1
​►Scholars Academy 4, Hillcrest 1
​►Curtis 5, CSISH/McCown 0
​►New Dorp 5, Port Richmond 0
​►Staten Island Tech 4, Susan Wagner 1
​►William C. Bryant 4, Long Island City 1
​►High School for Environmental Studies 3, Frank Sinatra School of Arts 2

Brian Coleman

 Brian Coleman is the Senior Editor for New York Tennis Magazine. He may be reached at brianc@usptennis.com