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Le Mars girls rap WHS in tennis

Thursday, April 24, 2008

Cherokee sophomore Demi Dunn was Cherokee's lone winner in Lakes Conference girls tennis action in Cherokee April 14, as the visiting Bulldogs grabbed an 8-1 victory.

Dunn beat Amelia Stonesifer 10-8 at number three singles for the Washington High club's only victory.

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Demi Dunn of Cherokee has her racket ready for a forehand return in recent Lakes Conference girls tennis action in Cherokee. Photo by Paul Struck
In other singles action for Cherokee, Shannon Schroeder lost 10-0 to Samm Rich at number one, Allie Parker lost 10-3 to Caitlin Bauerly at two, Michelle McGarry lost 10-3 to Natalie Miller at four, Marissa Leissler lost 10-3 to Molly Fischer at five, and Korriane Aguirre lost 11-10 on a 7-0 tie-breaker to Erica Westhoff at six.

In doubles action, Schroeder and Dunn lost 10-1 to Rich and Bauerly at number one, Parker and McGarry lost 10-2 to Stonesifer and Miller at two, and Leissler and Aguirre lost 10-5 to Fischer and Westhoff at three.

"Demi Dunn came from behind and won her match in singles. It was a good come-back," said Cherokee coach Jan Tracy. "Korriane lost in a tie-breaker in her first appearance at varsity singles. She played hard."

Le Mars also claimed the JV match 7-2.

In singles for Cherokee, Sydney Morton won 8-3 at number one, Amanda Kohn lost 8-3 at two, Aurora Buschkamp lost 8-09 at three, Hillary Wilkie won 9-8 in a 7-5 tie-breaker at four, Kelsey Raper lost 8-2 at five, and Jenae Lundell lost 8-2 at six.

In JV doubles, Morton and Kohn lost 9-7 at number one, Buschkamp and Raper lost 8-1 at two, and Wilkie and Amber Melton lost 8-2 at three.

The winless WHS gals host Spirit Lake Park here on April 21, and travel to Estherville-LC on April 22.



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