Ross School's boys varsity tennis team won the league championship for the fourth year in a row. The team finished the season in first place with a 10–2 record, followed by Westhampton in second, and William Floyd and East Hampton tied for third. The Cosmos won the last four consecutive matches against Shoreham-Wading River (5–2), Eastport/South Manor (4–3), William Floyd (6–1), and longtime rival Westhampton (4–3).
Team members gave it their all this season. Playing singles and doubles, seniors Louis Caiola and Jack Brinkley-Cook never lost a match. Eighth grader Will Cassou and sophomore Madison Hummel also enjoyed an undefeated season playing doubles, and eighth grader Jonas Feuerring lost only one match.
The team is currently 9–1 in league matches, with one more to go against East Hampton on May 1. On Friday, May 3, the Cosmos will compete in the Division Individual Tournament.