NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - The Spotswood High School boys varsity tennis team won their second straight match, defeating New Brunswick High School, 5-0. Their win improves the Chargers' overall season record to 4-2. The Zebras remain winless, having lost their first seven matches this spring.
Derek Miller won his first singles match, beating Antonio Pelaez in straight sets, (6-0, 6-2) while second singles player, John Tobia defeated Cristofer Gomez-Martinez, (6-0, 6-1). Josh Mathew didn't drop a game in his third singles victory over Bladimir Peralta-Guzman, winning, (6-0, 6-0).
With two doubles players missing due to the Spotswood High School's annual spring band trip to the Festivals of Music in Cleveland, Ohio, Mike Kaczmarski moved up to first doubles to play with Matt Evanego. The pair also didn't lose a game in their match against Axel Jimenez-Riano and Joel Jimenez, winning (6-0, 6-0). Tom Arellano got to see action in his first varsity match, playing second doubles with Umar Khattak. Arellano and Khattak defeated Andres Jimenez-Castillo and Alfredo Flores, (6-1, 6-2).
The Chargers will travel to South Amboy High School this afternoon, weather permitting, to take on the Guvs at 4 p.m. South Amboy won the previous meeting between the two teams with a tight 3-2 victory.