East Surry took five of six singles matches in beating North Surry 7-2 in tennis Thursday.
The Lady Cardinals took the top five singles matches to clinch the team win before starting doubles play.
Fourth seed Tiffany King needed a long third-set tiebreaker to stop Chantel Davis.
They tied 6-6 in the first set, and Davis prevailed in the set tiebreaker. King bounced back with a 6-0 sweep of the second frame. Then they battled to an 11-9 tiebreaker to give King the win.
A similar fight at the sixth position found North’s Lakin East edging Hannah Haynes in the third set.
East won the first set 6-4, but Haynes bounced back with similar second set. Then East prevailed in the tiebreaker 10-6.
At the top spot, East’s Lauren Thompson fought past Sarah Glasco 6-4 in the first set, then won the second 6-0.
East’s Brooke Tickle won the second-seed match 7-5, 6-1 over Harriette Blackburn.
Card Haley Manuel beat Chainey Kuykendall 6-4, 6-3. And Allie Hawks topped Tiffany Earley 6-0, 6-3.
The Cards took the top two doubles matches, with North getting the third.
Tickle and Manuel won 8-5 over Blackburn and Kuykendall. Thompson and King won 8-6 over Glasco and Davis.
North’s East and Jazzmyn Pugh won 9-7 over Hawks and Abby Kish.
East Surry next travels to Bishop, while North Surry hosts Surry Central.