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Matt Pavese of St. Anthony's reacts after taking a game against Chaminade's Vinny Sciortino in the fourth singles match of the CHSAA boys' tennis team championship at Hofstra University. (May 6, 2013)

CHSAA tennis team championships

No. 1 St. Anthony's defeated No. 2 Chaminade, 6-1, Monday at Hofstra for its second CHSAA boys tennis championship in the past three years.

St. Anthony's John D'Alessandro returns a volley from
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St. Anthony's John D'Alessandro returns a volley from Chaminade's Cameron Posillico in the first singles match of the CHSAA boys' tennis team championship at Hofstra University. (May 6, 2013)

Pat Farrell of St. Anthony's returns a volley
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Pat Farrell of St. Anthony's returns a volley from Chaminade's Robert Sangirardi in the third singles match of the CHSAA boys' tennis team championship at Hofstra University. (May 6, 2013)

Pat Farrell of St. Anthony's returns a volley
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Pat Farrell of St. Anthony's returns a volley from Chaminade's Robert Sangirardi in the third singles match of the CHSAA boys' tennis team championship at Hofstra University. (May 6, 2013)

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Matt Pavese of St. Anthony's returns a volley
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Matt Pavese of St. Anthony's returns a volley from Chaminade's Vinny Sciortino in the fourth singles match of the CHSAA boys' tennis team championship at Hofstra University. (May 6, 2013)

Brian Hoffarth of St. Anthony's returns a volley
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Brian Hoffarth of St. Anthony's returns a volley from Chaminade's Richard Spinelli in the second singles match of the CHSAA boys' tennis team championship at Hofstra University. (May 6, 2013)

John D'Alessandro of St. Anthony's returns a volley
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John D'Alessandro of St. Anthony's returns a volley from Chaminade's Cameron Posillico in the first singles match of the CHSAA boys' tennis team championship at Hofstra University. (May 6, 2013)

Brian Hoffarth of St. Anthony's returns a volley
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Brian Hoffarth of St. Anthony's returns a volley from Chaminade's Richard Spinelli in the second singles match of the CHSAA boys' tennis team championship at Hofstra University. (May 6, 2013)

Matt Pavese of St. Anthony's reacts after taking
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Matt Pavese of St. Anthony's reacts after taking a game against Chaminade's Vinny Sciortino in the fourth singles match of the CHSAA boys' tennis team championship at Hofstra University. (May 6, 2013)

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Cameron Posillico of Chaminade returns a volley from
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Cameron Posillico of Chaminade returns a volley from John D'Alessandro of St. Anthony's in the first singles match of the CHSAA boys' tennis team championship at Hofstra University. (May 6, 2013)

Richard Spinelli of Chaminade returns a volley from
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Richard Spinelli of Chaminade returns a volley from Brian Hoffarth of St. Anthony's in the second singles match of the CHSAA boys' tennis team championship at Hofstra University. (May 6, 2013)

Robert Sangirardi of Chaminade returns a volley from
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Robert Sangirardi of Chaminade returns a volley from Pat Farrell of St. Anthony's in the third singles match of the CHSAA boys' tennis team championship at Hofstra University. (May 6, 2013)

Vinny Sciortino of Chaminade returns a volley from
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Vinny Sciortino of Chaminade returns a volley from Matt Pavese of St. Anthony's in the fourth singles match of the CHSAA boys' tennis team championship at Hofstra University. (May 6, 2013)

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