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Cape Cod and Islands Boys Tennis Rankings. Which teams made the list?

It’s time to hang up the rackets now that the high school tennis season has concluded on the Cape and Islands.

Nine teams made the postseason and six of them recorded at least one playoff victory.

Martha’s Vineyard was the only team to make the Elite Eight and the Final Four. There were three other teams that made it to the Round of 16.

Here you will find the latest boys tennis rankings of the season.

*Records and previous rankings in brackets.

1. Martha’s vineyard (15-5, 1)

The No. 5 Vineyarders (Division 3) went the furthest by two laps against all other Cape and Islands teams. They fell in the Final Four, in consecutive seasons, to top-seeded Weston. With a 3-2 victory, they handed No. 4 Apponequet its first loss of the season in the round of 8. They also swept No. 21 Boston Latin Academy (round of 16) and No. 28 Maimonides School ( round of 32). in the play-offs. They finished with 10 sweep wins throughout the season. Zak Potter (first singles) and Caleb Dubin (second singles) led the way for the Vineyarders, while Kert Kleeman (third singles), Otis Forrester, Tommy Flynn, Kyle Levy, Henry Wansiewicz and Roger Schilling also contributed in doubles.

2. Sturgis (10-2, 2)

Sturgis was the second-highest seed and only other top 10 team, with the eighth seed in Div. 4. They defeated No. 25 Seekonk 4-1 in the Round of 32, but were swept by No. 9 Cohasset in the Round of 16. Sturgis has fallen in the Round of 16 for the third straight season. They closed out the overall season finished with 10 sweep wins. Ray Zhang, Ben Bass and George Foster held their own in singles, while Colby Hall, Francisco Garcia Raya, Robert Muhov and Thomas Nutbrown were solid in doubles.

3. Monomoi (13-7, 5)

The Sharks were one of the teams to advance to the Round of 16, beating No. 20 Rockport 4-1 in the Round of 32. Monomoy was eliminated from the tournament for the second time in three years by No. 4 Hamilton-Wenham . Ryan Casey, Gavin McDonnell and Roman Pavluchenko were solid in singles, while Ethan Seufert, Paul Carlson, Liam Jordan and Blake Noonan led the Sharks in doubles.

4. Nantucket (8-10, NR)

The No. 18 Whalers were the last team to make their way to the Division 4 Round of 16, upsetting No. 15 Frontier Regional with a road win in the Round of 32. They then fell to No. 2 Pioneer Valley Chinese Immersion, which made it to the Final Four. Boyon Kalpazanov, Nik Kraster and Henry Kathawala played in the singles, while Hawkin Edwardes, Soren Edwardes, Fuller Holland and Sam Iller played in the doubles.

5. Mashpee (11-7, NR)

The Falcons earned their first Div playoff victory in nearly two decades. 4th preliminary round with a 3-2 away win over Turners Falls. Colin Burdge, James Benners and Mait Duvall officiated the singles matches, while Andrew Kelley, Camden Perry, Jesse Dean and Jack Foley played in the doubles.

6. Falmouth (9-11, NR)

The No. 31 Clippers defeated No. 34 Norwell at home in the Div. 4 preliminary rounds. They fell in the next round to No. 2 Bedford, who made it to the state championship game. Thomas Ghossein, Quintin Hefferan and Jack Beardsley led the Clippers in singles, while Sam Collins, Jacob Faidell, Henry Stoermer, Joe Ledwick and Sebastian Verslycke played in doubles.

Honorable mention

Barn stable (14-6)

The No. 28 Red Hawks opened the playoffs with a match against top-five seed Boston College High (No. 5) and fell short in the round of 32.

Cape Cod Academy (12-3)

The No. 18 Seahawks lost to No. 15 North Reading in the Div. 3rd round of 32. During the regular season, they went on a 12-game win streak.

Nausea (11-6)

The No. 22 Warriors were defeated by No. 11 Wakefield Memorial in the first round of Div. 3.

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