Irvington improved to 5-0 with a 5-0 win at Woodlands on Oct. 23 and a 7-0 victory at Westlake on Oct. 24.
Versus Woodlands, Charlotte Calick, Chloe Harscar, and Clio Salles-Spar all won, 8-0, at singles. In doubles, Samantha Levin and Hannah Ziluck won 8-3, while Natasha DePaoli and Danny Gay won 8-0.
The next morning against Westlake, Calick defeated Isabella Alberti, 8-1; Harcsar bested Veronica Ludiviszsky, 8-0; and Salles-Spar downed Francesca Demartino, 8-0.
In doubles play, Samantha and Hannah Levin defeated Sandra Blasonne and Kaitlyn Roemmelt, 8-2; DePaoli and Gay downed Lana Brown and Lilly Billig, 8-1; Katelyn Gee and Emma Gee bested Gianna Argento and Julie Lomurno, 8-2; and Marta Bazedikis and Audrey Kundu defeated Amanda Smyth and Kelly Horan, 8-3.
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DOBBS FERRY swept a pair of matches with Woodlands, winning both 5-0. The first win was on Oct. 20 at home, the second on Oct. 21 in Hartsdale.
On Oct. 20, singles wins were posted by Ava Solis, Emily Tan, and Ira Gruprasad, while the doubles teams of twins Kendall and Kylie Krauss, along with Sam Horsefield and Genevieve Greco completed the sweep.
The following afternoon, Dobbs Ferry head coach Erik Bartell changed his lineup, but the result was the same.
In singles, Kylie Krauss, Kendall Krauss, and Greco were victorious, while the doubles tandems of Horsfield and Solis, and Avery David and Jocelyn Harrison were victorious.
The Eagles also downed visiting Tuckahoe, 3-2, on Oct. 22. Gruprasad picked up a win at third singles, while the doubles teams of the Krauss sisters, as well as Horsfield and Greco were also victorious.
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HASTINGS kicked off the week with a 6-1 loss at Rye Neck on Oct. 21. Maymay Lin and Isabella Santana pulled out a win in fourth doubles for Hastings.
“The team continues to work hard and play well against strong opponents,” head coach Sheree McNulty said.
Two days later at Blind Brook, the Jackets came up short, 5-1. The first doubles team of Stella Stevens and Isabelle Fries won 8-5. In third doubles, Lin and Santana were tied at 6-6 when the darkness rule ended the match.
“Our team played tough and won more games per set at this match,” McNulty said. “They are gaining confidence and improving every day.”
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ARDSLEY fell to visiting Maria Regina, 6-1, on Oct. 22, which was Senior Day for the Panthers. Captains Sydney Faber and Taylor Meisken, along with Nicole Griff, Lily Ritterman-Pena, Quinn Blaise, Kaitlyn Santos, and Ellie Levi were honored. Lauren Wong, at third singles, had the lone victory for Ardsley. Her 8-3 win extended her streak to four matches.
The Panthers also fell, 6-1, at New Rochelle on Oct. 23 and 6-1 at home to Rye Neck on Oct 24. Freshman Lauren Wong won her fifth straight match at third singles against New Rochelle. Jocelyn Hung lost 8-7 in a tiebreaker at first singles while Sydney Faber lost 8-5 in a 2-hour battle at second singles. Versus Rye Neck, Wong extended her winning streak to six straight matches.
Team records through Oct. 26: Ardsley 0-6; Dobbs Ferry 5-2; Hastings 0-2; Irvington 5-0