| By New York Tennis Magazine Staff

The Judges of Benjamin Cardozo High School kept pace atop the Queens A standings on Monday afternoon, beating Forest Hills 4-1 to improve to 7-1 on the season.

Cardozo was led by its top two singles players, both of whom posted shutout victories. Christopher Tham beat Daniel Rusin 10-0 in the first singles spot while Kai Yuminaga beat Oscar Lopez 10-0 at second singles.

After Forest Hills won the first doubles flight, the Cardozo pair of Diego Escobar and Nelson Cao edged Forest Hills’ Jae Woo Yoo and Zakaria Khan 11-10 in the second doubles spot to clinch the Judges victory.

At third singles, Tony Leung of Cardozo chipped in a 10-2 win over Royal Sharma of Forest Hills.

Cardozo is now 7-1 and is tied with Townsend Harris at the top of the Queens A standings.

Below are the rest of the scores from across New York City on Monday:

►Stuyvesant 4, High School for American Studies 1

►Paul Robeson 4, George Westinghouse 1

►Franklin D. Roosevelt 5, John Dewey 0

►Lincoln 5, Lafayette 0

►Newton 4, John Bowne 1

►Francis Lewis 4, Bayside 1

►Thomas Edison 4, Beach Channel 1

►Queens Science 3, Hillcrest 2

►Port Richmond 3, Petrides 2

►West 50th Street 3, Frederick Douglass 2

►Hunter 5, Bronx Science 0