CARUTHERSVILLE - The Charleston Lady Bluejay tennis team defeated Caruthersville on the road on Monday, 9-0.
Charleston (4-0) saw no close matches from the Lady Tigers, winning all by lopsided scores.
"I was pleased with the way everybody played," said Charleston coach Mitch Baker. "We got a few more girls from the jayvee step up and get some varsity playing time. We still have a lot to work on but the season is still young. The girls are working hard and that's all you can ask at this time."
In singles play, Kara True beat Leslie Gayle 8-1; Kamyia Sager beat Amanda Bradley 8-2; Laura Burton beat Jana Creed 8-0; Katie Leuhmann beat Miranda Bradley 8-3; Mandy Shankle beat Gena Cecil 8-1; and Allison DeField beat Iris Woods 8-0.
In doubles play, True/Sager beat Bradley/Bradley 8-0; Leuhmann/Ashley Shands beat Creed/Franchan Wiley 8-0; and Burton/Rebecca Rolwing beat Laura Hodge/Woods 8-1.
Charleston's junior varsity singles winners were Lindsey Burke, Jessie Duenne, Jade Schwieger and Virginia Burke.
Junior varsity doubles winners were Mary Kate Renaud/Jennifer Rolwing and Liz Matthews/Kayla McKenzie.
Charleston will play at Sikeston today at 4 p.m.