| By New York Tennis Magazine Staff





The high school tennis season continued on Monday, following a snowy and rainy weekend that put a halt to a number of contests. A number of teams were in action on Monday afternoon, including the Stuyvesant boy’s team and Bronx Science girl’s team, both of whom won their respective matches and remained undefeated on the young season.





Stuyvesant notched a 5-0 victory over the High School of American Studies. The Hitmen swept all five matches, and were led by Leonard Margolis, who defeated Harrison Smart 8-2 at first singles.

Below are the rest of the results from the boys’ matches played (all scored provided by PSAL.org):

►Bronx Science 4, Hunter College High School 1
Beacon 5, Eleanor Roosevelt 0
Franklin D. Roosevelt 5, Lincoln 0
Cardozo 4, Francis Lewis 1
Beach Channel/Channel View 5, Richmond Hill 0
Townsend Harris 5, Forest Hills 0
Newtown 4, Jamaica 1
Queens Science 5, John Adams 0
New Dorp 4, Petrides 1
Tottenville 5, Curtis 0
McKee/Staten Island Tech 5, Port Richmond 0
Susan Wagner 5, CSIHS/McCown 0

The Bronx Science girls moved to 2-0 on the season with a 4-1 win over Hunter College High School. Led by Brianna Williams, Sarah Rahman and Sofie Levine in singles play, Bronx Science won all three of the singles legs and coasted to its second victory of the season.

Below are the rest of the results from the girls’ matches played (all scored provided by PSAL.org):
Benjamin Banneker 5, Canarsie 0
Leon Goldstein 5, Franklin D. Roosevelt 0
Grover Cleveland 4, Richmond Hill 1
Robert F. Kennedy 4, Maspeth 1
Townsend Harris 4, Forest Hills 1
Francis Lewis 3, Cardozo 2
Springfield Gardens 5, Beach Channel/Channel View 0
John Bowne 3, Franklin Lane 2
Hillcrest 3, Campus Magnet 2
Lab Museum 5, Robert F. Wagner 0
Newcomers 4, William C. Bryant 1
Seward Park 5, Bayard Rustin 0
Frederick Douglas 4, Murry Bergtraum 1
Christopher Columbus 4, Adlai Stevenson 1
Tottenville 5, New Dorp 0
McKee/Staten Island Tech 5, Curtis 0
Walton Campus 3, Taft Educational Campus 2
High School for Economics & Finance 3, Louis Brandeis 2
High School for Environmental Studies 3, Long Island City 2