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Long Island tennis team finals

Josh Levine of Cold Spring Harbor High School

Josh Levine of Cold Spring Harbor High School returns a volley from Kyle Alper of Half Hollow Hills East. (June 1, 2011) Credit: James Escher

Cold Spring Harbor's first doubles pair Jensen Reiter and Alex Tropiano help lead the school to a tennis title.

Josh Levine of Cold Spring Harbor High School
Credit: James Escher

Josh Levine of Cold Spring Harbor High School returns a volley from Kyle Alper of Half Hollow Hills East. (June 1, 2011)

Alex Tropiano of Cold Spring Harbor High School
Credit: James Escher

Alex Tropiano of Cold Spring Harbor High School returns a volley during a first doubles match against Eric Bertuglia and Zain Ali of Half Hollow Hills East in the Long Island boys tennis team championship played at The Wheatley School. (June 1, 2011)

Jensen Reiter of Cold Spring Harbor High
Credit: James Escher

Jensen Reiter of Cold Spring Harbor High School reacts after the final volley in a first doubles match against Eric Bertuglia and Zain Ali of Half Hollow Hills East. (June 1, 2011)

Josh Levine of Cold Spring Harbor High School
Credit: James Escher

Josh Levine of Cold Spring Harbor High School returns a volley from Kyle Alper of Half Hollow Hills East. (June 1, 2011)

Jensen Reiter, left, and doubles partner Alex Tropiano
Credit: James Escher

Jensen Reiter, left, and doubles partner Alex Tropiano celebrate after their victory over Eric Bertuglia and Zain Ali of Half Hollow Hills East in first doubles during the Long Island boys tennis team championship. (June 1, 2011)

Conor Dauer of Cold Spring Harbor High School
Credit: James Escher

Conor Dauer of Cold Spring Harbor High School returns a volley from Eric Teplitz of Half Hollow Hills East. (June 1, 2011)

Eric Ambrosio of Cold Spring Harbor High School
Credit: James Escher

Eric Ambrosio of Cold Spring Harbor High School returns a volley from Brett Tiplitz of Half Hollow Hills East. (June 1, 2011)

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