| By New York Tennis Magazine Staff
Results from across New York City on Monday, September 16.
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Below are the scores from Wednesday’s action in New York City, via PSAL:

►Hunter 4, Bronx Science 1

Anya Barteck of Hunter won 11-9 over Gabrielle Usvyat at first singles.

►Harry Truman 5, Christopher Columbus 0

Shania Manhertz and Tamya Dupont improved to 3-0 in the first doubles spot as Harry Truman remains undefeated.

►Fort Hamilton 4, Franklin D. Roosevelt 1

Maria Bykovskaya edged Angelina Bittan 10-8 at first singles to lead Fort Hamilton.

►Leon Goldstein 3, James Madison 2

A key win came at third singles, as Isabella Savino edged Sevilya Ibadova 10-6 to lead Leon Goldstein.

►Richmond Hill 4, Robert F. Kennedy 1

Richmond Hill won both doubles flights, including Amanda Ali and Kalleigh Bonifacio’s win at second doubles to beat RFK and win its first match of the season.

►Townsend Harris 5, Springfield Gardens 0

Townsend Harris is now 2-0 on the season.

►John Bowne 5, Newtown 0

Djamina Nestor, Krina Patel and Mei Hua Yang won at first, second and third singles, respectively, to lead John Browne.

►Bayside 3, Forest Hills 2

Bayside’s Kristen Cho notched a 10-7 win at third singles to lead Bayside.

►Francis Lewis 5, Cardozo 0

Francis Lewis took all five flights to remain undefeated on the season.

►Queens Inquiry 5, Franklin Lane 0

Anabelle Rodriguez won at second singles to remain perfect on the season and lead Queens Inquiry to the win.

►Campus Magnet 5, Martin Van Buren 0

Adebumi Adebiyi and Chemya Taylor defeated Kirendeep Kaur and Navjot Nijjar 10-8 at second doubles to lead Campus Magnet.

►McKee/Staten Island Tech 4, Curtis 1

In a matchup between two of the top players in the city, Miriam Aziz beat Brianna Shaw at first singles to lead SI Tech to the win.

►Susan Wagner 5, CSIHS/McCown 0

Susan Wagner won all five flights to record the win in its first match of the season.

►Seward Park 4, Bard 0

Seward Park is now 4-1 on the season.

►Environmental Studies 5, Frederick Douglass 0

Mia Polanco recorded a win at first singles to lead Environmental Studies to the victory.

►Eleanor Roosevelt 3, American Studies 2

Eleanor Roosevelt’s Julia Bracci won 10-6 over Silvia Benitez at second singles.