BEDFORD, N.Y. -- The Harvey School tennis teams wrapped up its seasons with games on Monday, May 12.
The Harvey boys tennis team, the two-time defending Housatonic Valley Athletic League champion, finished its regular season with a perfect 12-0 record. Harvey, the No. 1 seed in the HVAL playoffs, defeated Forman 6-3 to wrap up the regular season on Monday.
The Cavaliers will go for three consecutive league titles starting with a semifinal matchup with the No. 5 seed South Kent School at Katonah Memorial Park on Wednesday, May 14. In the other semifinal contest Wednesday, No. 2 seed Forman hosts No. 3 Watkinson.
Harvey won both matches against Forman this season. If Harvey wins Wednesday, the Cavaliers play for the HVAL championship.
Alec Roslin 10, Grant Oslan 2
Harry Solomon 10, Griffin Powers 0
Zach Schwartz 10, Ethan Berstein 1
David Weiner 10, Chip Shappy 6
Bryan Krosser 10, Josh Meister 5
Jordan Fox 5, Greg Lyall 10
Roslin/Solomon 8, Oslan/Powers 2
Zach Goligoski/Noah Kagan, 6 Shappy/Meister 8
Ben He/Daniel Qiu 0, Lyall/Gibson Gilmore 8
The outcome was different for the Harvey girls tennis team as it suffered a first-round loss in HVALs.
Harvey’s girls varsity tennis team ended its season Monday, May 12, with a 6-1 loss to Chase Collegiate in a quarterfinal match of the Housatonic Valley Athletic League playoffs in Waterbury, Conn.
Harvey’s only point came in a No. 3 singles match as freshman Natalia Looney defeated her Chase
“The girls did a supreme job all-around; a lot of great volleys, points, shots and rallies," said coach Christine Cahill.
"It was a great way to end our season; all of our players did an amazing job implementing the skills theywere taught by all the coaches, most especially head coach Lesley Boltz.”
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