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Well, you can go home again after all.

At least that’s true for the Southold/Greenport high school boys tennis team, which will play all six of its home matches this season on the four courts at Southold High School. The Clippers will do so for the first time in 15 or 16 years, according to coach Andrew Sadowski.


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A hallway wall that runs adjacent to the Southold High School gym bears awards for the school’s various sports teams over the years. Down near a corner at the end hang the boys tennis team’s modest contributions: two league championship plaques for 1993 and 2000.

A third one is coming. READ

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04/21/16 8:08pm
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It looks like it’s going to get crowded at the top of the Suffolk County League VIII boys tennis standings.

Entering Thursday’s matches, Rocky Point, Southold/Greenport and Southampton all had two league losses next to their names. Each of those teams split matches against each other and, with the regular season winding down, it looks almost certain that the league championship will be divided three ways. READ

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As one might expect of a top high school tennis player, Chris Kuhnle brings many weapons with him onto the court. For one thing, there is his impressive shot-making ability. And his knack for returning shots like a machine can sap the spirit out of an opponent.

Perhaps just as importantly, the Shoreham-Wading River senior can do something else: He can adjust his game.

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03/26/16 4:00pm
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Mattituck coach Mike Huey certainly likes what he sees from his high school boys tennis team.

After all, the Tuckers have three of their four top singles players returning from an 11-5 team that captured the Suffolk County League VII crown last spring and some good depth as well.

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Mattituck's only team point came from Andrew Young, a 4-6, 7-6 (11-9), 10-4 winner over Half Hollow Hills East's Sandy Greenberg. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder, file)

Mattituck’s only team point came from Andrew Young, a 4-6, 7-6 (11-9), 10-4 winner over Half Hollow Hills East’s Sandy Greenberg at third singles. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder, file)


Like Mount Olympus, the upper three tennis courts at Half Hollow Hills East High School in Dix Hills sit on an elevated plot of land, with greenery and trees bounding two sides and birds of all types gliding from one tree to another. It may be the most scenic setting in Suffolk County high school boys tennis. Serene. Peaceful. Lovely.

It is not the home of tennis gods, although the Thunderbirds may seem like such to opponents. (more…)