| By New York Tennis Magazine Staff

In a battle of two of New York City’s top teams on Wednesday, it was Beacon, the nine-time defending PSAL champions, who came out on top as the Blue Demons defeated Stuyvesant 5-0 to improve to 3-0 on the season.

With Ethan Leon out, Marcos Lee stepped into the first singles role for Beacon and recorded a tough 9-7 win over Stuyvesant’s Nicholas Pustilnik, while Felix Levine beat Derek Lung 8-3 at second singles to lead the way.

Beacon would not be denied on Wednesday as it played consistent, winning tennis down the lineup. Julian Szuper won 8-4 over Michael Kaydin at third singles to round out the singles scoring. In doubles, Donovan Brown and Lucas Larese de Santo paired up to win 8-3 in first doubles, and Connor Dunne and Zuhri Sinclair didn’t drop a game in an 8-0 win over Isaac Rose Berman and Maxim Blyakherov in second doubles.

The loss dropped Stuyvesant to 3-1 on the year.

Below are the rest of the scores from across New York City on Wednesday, via PSAL:

►Bard 5, Alfred E. Smith 0
►Harry S. Truman 3, Dewitt Clinton 2
►Wingate 5, Paul Robeson 0
►Brooklyn Tech 5, New Utrecht 0
►Leon Goldstein 3, James Madison 2
►Grover Cleveland 4, Long Island City 1
►Forest Hills 5, John Bowne 0
►John Adams 5, Newcomers 0
►Aviation Career & Technical 4, Richmond Hill 1
►Maspeth 5, Newtown 0
►Petrides 5, CSIHS/McCown 0
►Curtis 5, Port Richmond 0