New York Tennis Magazine Staff
The Beacon girls’ varsity tennis team captured the PSAL “A” Division New York City title, defeating the defending champion Wolverines of Bronx Science 5-0 to reclaim the city title. The Blue Demons of Beacon entered the final having lost the two regular season matchups with the Wolverines, both...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
The Judges of Benjamin Cardozo moved into the New York City PSAL semifinals on Tuesday afternoon, edging out fourth-seed Brooklyn Tech 3-2. Brooklyn Tech headed into this matchup without a loss all season long, and once again were led by its first and second singles players, Chelsea Williams and...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
The PSAL New York City playoffs got underway on Tuesday afternoon with the opening round of matches. Below are the scores from Tuesday, as well as the updated brackets for both the “A” and “B” divisions. ►Seward Park 5, EBC/Bushwick Leaders 0 ►HS Environmental Studies 5, Walton Campus 0 ►Lehman 3,...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
The PSAL Singles and Doubles qualifying tournaments get underway this weekend, with the main draw of the New York City individual tournament to take place beginning next weekend. The schedule is as follows: Girls Singles & Doubles Qualifying Tournament –7:45 a.m. Saturday, October 15 at...Read more
Janet Miles
Alleyah Ally, playing first singles for Francis Lewis, took top honors at the Girls Invitational Tournament this past weekend. Ally kept her head in the game each match and simply outplayed her opponents with well-placed shots and lots of consistency. Ally beat Coney Banks, first singles from Frank...Read more
Janet Miles
This years Singles and Doubles Individuals Tournaments will begin on October 22 and culminate at the NYSPHSAA tournament on October 30-31.The PSAL singles and doubles winners will be invited to play in the NYSPHSAA tournament representing the PSAL. The Qualifying tournament wil be held on Saturday...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
The Tottenville Pirates won its fourth straight match on Thursday, edging New Dorp 3-2 in a New York City League A4 road matchup. It was the singles play that proved to be the decider in this one, as the Pirates won all three singles flights while New Dorp won both doubles flights. Paulina Daugis...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
The Bronx Science Wolverines improved to 7-0 on the season on Wednesday afternoon, downing Eleanor Roosevelt 4-1 in a PSAL League A3 matchup. Eleanor Roosevelt would take the first singles flight, as Sheyna Karen defeated Genia Kapelonis 10-0 , but the Wolverines responded from there. Christina...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
The Cardozo Judges knocked off Forest Hills 5-0 on Friday afternoon to improve to 4-0 on the year and remain in the top spot in New York City’s A1 division. The Judges delivered a masterful performance to beat Forest Hills, winning all five flights and dropping a total of three games in doing so...Read more
New York Tennis Magazine Staff
The Brooklyn Tech Engineers and Bronx Science Wolverines both won their respective matches on Thursday afternoon to improve to 5-0 in the fall season. Bronx Science took on Beacon in matchup between the two top teams in New York City’s A3 division, and was able to sneak out a 3-2 victory thanks to...Read more