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.
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.