Do not look now, but the Belfast boys tennis team is atop the mountain in Class B North.

On the heels of its 5-0 home victory over Lincoln Academy of Newcastle on Wednesday, May 1 and a hard-fought, 3-2 win over Waterville on Thursday, May 2, the Lions are 5-0 on the season and the top-ranked team in the region.

Belfast, which has played all five of its matches at home, have victories over Medomak Valley of Waldoboro, Oceanside of Thomaston and Brewer before Wednesday's and Thursday's wins over the Eagles and Purple Panthers.

The following is a recap of the two recent matches:

Belfast 3, Waterville 2

At Belfast May 2, the Lions remained unbeaten with a win over the Purple Panthers.

The individual results, with Belfast players listed first, were: In singles, Josh Chun beat Charlie Haberstock, 8-3; Eli Jolliffe beat Mohammad Ali Atif-Sheikh, 8-2; and Max Lewis lost to Adam Livshits, 7-9.

In doubles, Dyllan Clark and Vin Bonarrigo lost to Conrad Ayers and Josh Evans, 0-8; and Sam Spectre and Kyle Agbuya beat Owen Evans and Jay Brock, 8-2.

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class B North, Belfast (5-0, 34.1667 points) is first in the 16-team region. The top 11 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Belfast 5, Lincoln Academy 0

At Belfast May 1, the Lions blanked the Eagles.

The individual results, with Belfast players listed first, were: In singles, Josh Chun beat Charles Van Damme, 8-4; Eli Jolliffe beat Jorge Pulido Fernandez, 8-1; and Max Lewis beat Diego Torres Estavez, 8-2.

In doubles, Dyllan Clark and Vin Bonarrigo beat Ethan Jones and Sam Richards, 8-6; and Sam Spectre and Kyle Agbuya beat Aidan Stapp and Marcus Russano, 8-4.

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Class B North, Belfast (1-3, 2.6389 points) is ninth, while Erskine Academy of South China (4-0, 21.8056 points) is first in the 17-team region. The top 12 teams qualify for the playoffs.

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