SPENCER - The rapidly improving Cherokee Washington High girls tennis team bounced Spencer here Monday night, the varsity winning 6-3 in Lakes Conference action.
Emily Estala of Cherokee shows good form while stroking this forehand shot during recent Lakes Conference tennis action. Cherokee beat Spencer Monday night. Photo by Paul Struck
In varsity singles for WHS, Denise Freed lost 10-0 to Sara VanBerkum at #1, Taylor Meyerhofer beat Piper Swanson 10-6 at #2, Emily Estala lost 10-5 to Bradi Baschke at #3, Megan Carlson beat Emma Barber 10-3 at #4, Brooke Luetkeman beat Kate Wilkerson 10-3 at #5, and Megan Hummel beat Tiffany Lovan 10-2 at #6.
In varsity doubles for Cherokee, Freed and Carlson beat VanBerkum and Baschke 10-6 at #1, Meyerhofer and Estala lost to Swanson and Barber 10-1 at #2, and Luetkeman and Hummel beat Jenna Nissen and Kelsey Staples 10-5 at #3.
Cherokee also won the JV match 5-4 after sweeping all three doubles matches.
Cherokee's Taylor Meyerhofer prepares to stroke a forehand shot during recent girls tennis action in Cherokee. Photo by Paul Struck
In JV singles, Shelby Bingham won 8-4 at #1, Brianna Fowler lost 8-2 at #2, Cassy Joines lost 8-6 at #3, Jennifer Davis lost 9-7 at #4, Lauren Yearous won 8-1 at #5, and Molly White lost 8-2 at #6.
In JV doubles, Bingham and Rachel Corken won 8-6 at #1, Davis and Joines won 8-5 at #2, and Fowler and Yearous won 8-3 at #3.