Fifth seed Jazzmyn Pugh pulled out a close third-set victory, but the Lady Greyhounds fell 7-2 to North Stokes Tuesday.
North Surry had a reshuffled lineup this time.
Fourth seed Chantel Davis played only in doubles, and fifth seed Tiffany Earley cheered from the sidelines because of a knee injury.
Earley had surgery on her left knee three months ago and just found out she will miss the rest of her senior year because she needs a second surgery.
She said the doctor wanted her at home with her leg elevated, but she wanted to be with her team.
In her place, Pugh came from behind to beat Brittany Foley.
Pugh was behind in the first set, but battled to the very end before dropping a 5-7 set. She came back with a 6-4 second set, then won the tiebreaker 11-9.
Top seed Sarah Glasco gave the Hounds their other victory with a 6-1, 6-0 win over Rebecca Gunter.
Second seed Harriette Blackburn fell to Mollie Ziglar 1-6, 1-6. Chainey Kuykendall lost to Miranda Hammonds 2-6, 5-7
Lakin East moved up from sixth seed to fourth and lost to Hannah Mabe 0-6, 2-6. Katie Chandler played East’s former slot and lost to Emily Myers 3-6, 0-6.
In doubles, Glasco and Davis lost the second-seed match 6-10 to Hammonds/Mabe. East and Pugh fell to Foley/Myers 2-10.
When the one seeds played, the team outcome was decided, and the teams played to eight points.
Blackburn and Kuykendall lost to Gunter/Zigler 4-8.
North Surry travels to Mount Airy on Thursday.