The Braves top four players - Cole Egger at #1, Cole Renken at #2, Gregor Pritzlaff at #3, and Nick Parker at #4 kept their unbeaten streaks intact in both singles and doubles action so far this season.
In singles action for the Braves, Egger beat Nate Jensen 10-1 at #1, Renken beat Josh Keeler 10-1 at 32, Pritzlaff beat Matt Hansen 10-1 at #3, Parker beat Tomo Kimura 10-1 at #4, Alex Struck beat Dylan Sievert 10-4 at #5, and Jordan Ogren beat Roger Breamon 10-2 at #5.
"Struck and Ogren did a good job in eking out a win at #3 doubles," said Cherokee coach Dave Zelle. "Their first lead was not until 8-7, and neither team was able to establish any momentum in the match up until that point.
"Other than that, the scores pretty much speak for themselves. We just need to keep focused - one meet, one match, one game at a time."
The Cherokee JV also won easily with an 8-1 victory. In JV singles for the Young Braves, John Bieber won 8-1 at #1, Daniel Enderlin won 8-4 at #2, Matthew Enderlin won 8-5 at #3, Zac Woods won 8-6 at #4, Jacob Lewis won 8-3 at #5, and Dillon Drefke won 8-2 at #6.
In JV doubles, Bieber and Daniel Enderlin won 8-4 at #1, Matthew Enderlin and Woods won 8-5 at #2, and Lewis and Drefke lost 8-5 at #3.
The Braves play in the Lakes Conference Tournament at Spirit Lake Saturday, and travel to Le Mars Monday night.