Defending New York City champions Brooklyn Tech remained unbeaten on the season with a tight 3-2 victory over James Madison on Tuesday afternoon.
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Defending New York City champions Brooklyn Tech remained unbeaten on the season with a tight 3-2 victory over James Madison on Tuesday afternoon. James Madison would win first singles as Nadejda Maslova defeated Alina Abramoff 10-2, but Brooklyn Tech would take the second and third singles courts,...Read more
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Below are the scores from across New York City on Monday afternoon, via PSAL : ►Bard 5, EBC/Bushwick Leaders 0 ►Lab Museum United 5, HS Economics & Finance 0 ►Seward Park 5, Frederick Douglass 0 ►HS Environmental Studies 5, Christopher Columbus 0 ►Beacon 4, Eleanor Roosevelt 1 ►Bronx Science 3...Read more
Beacon got a strong test from Hunter on Friday afternoon but came through in the end, notching the 3-2 victory to remain undefeated on the season.
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Beacon got a strong test from Hunter on Friday afternoon but came through in the end, notching the 3-2 victory to remain undefeated on the season. Lorraine Bergmann won 8-2 at first singles while Sofia Shen defeated Emma Diaz 8-1 at second singles. Andrea Osses Konig and Joanna Nieh rounded out the...Read more
Francis Lewis edged Townsend Harris 3-2 in a key New York City League A1 showdown on Monday afternoon, improving to 4-0 on the season.
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Francis Lewis edged Townsend Harris 3-2 in a key New York City League A1 showdown on Monday afternoon, improving to 4-0 on the season. The Patriots were led by its singles play, as they won all three singles flights including an 11-9 win by Kelly Chen over Rachel Zhang at first singles. Below are...Read more
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Defending New York City champions Brooklyn Tech won in its first match of the season on Thursday afternoon, defeating Leon Goldstein 4-1. The Engineers were led by its singles play on Thursday, receiving wins from Alina Abramoff, Maryna Bohdanovska and Audrey Simon at first, second and third...Read more
The annual USTA Eastern College Showcase Day returns this year, and is slated for Sunday, November 4 at the Saw Mill Club in Mt. Kisco, N.Y.
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The annual USTA Eastern College Showcase Day returns this year, and is slated for Sunday, November 4 at the Saw Mill Club in Mt. Kisco, N.Y. The 32 nd installment of the event will once again provide high school sophomores, juniors and seniors the opportunity to meet experts and learn more about...Read more
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Check out the results from New York City on Monday, via PSAL : ►Bard 5, Benjamin Banneker 0 ►Beacon 5, Stuyvesant 0 ►Hunter 4, High School American Studies 0 ►Christopher Columbus 3, Adlai Stevenson 2 ►Eleanor Roosevelt 4, Bronx Science 0 ►Fort Hamilton 5, High School Art & Technology 0 ►John...Read more
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Results from the weekend action of high school tennis in New York City, via PSAL : ►Lab Museum 5, Philip Randolph 0 ►Louis Brandeis 5, Seward Park 0 ►Hunter 4, Stuyvesant 0 ►Beacon 5, Eleanor Roosevelt 0 ►Bronx Science 5, High School American Studies 0 ►The Scholars Academy 4, Martin Van Buren 1 ►​...Read more
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Tottenville edged New Dorp 3-2 in a PSAL League A4 matchup on Thursday afternoon. New Dorp would have success in singles, as Maxeen Schvarser and Nicole Korsunskiy won at first and second singles, respectively. But Nicole Kitchens won at third singles for Tottenville, and the Pirates would pick up...Read more
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Beacon improved to 2-0 on the young season, defeating Hunter 4-1 on Wednesday afternoon. The victory was led by the three singles players for Beacon who all won their respective matches. Sofia Iantosca beat Maria Tollock 8-0 at first singles to lead the way. Below are the rest of the scores from...Read more