| By New York Tennis Magazine Staff

The Benjamin Cardozo Judges improved to 3-0 on the spring season, handing Townsend Harris its first defeat with a 4-1 victory on Monday.

Cardozo was led by its singles play as it notched wins in all three singles flights, anchored by Kay Yuminga’s 10-4 win over Maxin Prohorov in the top spot. Maxwell Kachkarov defeated Abhinav Garg 10-0 at second singles and Christopher Tham beat Justin Chen 10-1 at third singles to round out the wins.

Townsend Harris would win at first doubles as Nicolas Oltean and Noah Pearlstein beat Matthew Chu and William Kofman 10-3.

Cardozo’s David Song and Ethan Khaldarov beat Jason Bacalla and Justin Butron 10-0 at second doubles to round out the scoring.

Below are the rest of the scores from New York City on Monday, via PSAL.

►Stuyvesant 5, Eleanor Roosevelt 0
►Beacon 5, Hunter 0
►Frederick Douglass 4, Alfred E. Smith 1
►HS American Studies 5, Bronx Science 0
►Christopher Columbus 4, South Bronx 1
►Brooklyn Tech 4, James Madison 1
►Fort Hamilton 5, Franklin Roosevelt 0
►New Utrecht 3, Midwood 2
►Lincoln 3, Lafayette 0
►Grover Cleveland 5, John Adams 0
►Maspeth 5, Richmond Hill 0
►Jamaica 5, Flushing Campus 0
►New Dorp 4, Tottenville 1
►Petrides 5, Port Richmond 0

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