Cherokee won four of six varsity singles matches and swept the doubles competition for the first time this season in racking up their second consecutive Lakes Conference victory.
In varsity doubles, Renken and Parker beat Jensen and Olsen 10-0 at #1, Struck and Ogren beat Keeler and Jackson at #2, and Bieber and Enderlin beat Hansen and Kazmerzak 10-6 at #3.
Cherokee also sailed to victory in the JV match 8-1. winning five of six singles matches, and sweeping all three doubles matches.
In JV singles, Zac Woods won 8-2 at #1, Weston Burkhardt won 8-1 at #2, Dillon Drefke won 8-1 at #3, Dan Enderlin won 8-0 at #4, Connoer Ogren won 8-0 at #5, and Gus Laursen lost 8-5 at #6.
In JV doubles, Woods and Burkhardt won 8-0 at #1, Drefke and Enderlin won 8-1 at #2, and Ogren and Laursen won 8-4 at #3.
"It was another perfect day for tennis and a great team victory," said Cherokee coach Dave Zelle. "Alex Struck continued his domination of the #3 singles position and Bieber and Enderlin had strong singles wins.
"Doubles were a particular bright spot, showing steady improvement as we swept all the matches. The JV also stepped it up with their second consecutive solid win."
The Braves host Spencer tonight and Le Mars Tuesday for a rugged back-to-back Lakes encounter with two solid league programs, both narrowely defeating Cherokee earlier this season at their place.