OKOBOJI - Estherville Lincoln Central gave Lakes Conference Tournament champion Spirit Lake-Okoboji a little better battle in the team's matchup on Thursday.
But SL-O still had too much and won easily 8-1 over the Midgets.
"I saw a little better play from the last time we played them," said ELC coach Larry Kirchner. "Maddy (Burns), Samantha (Rosinger) and Emily (Jorgenson) are all hitting the ball well."
Jorgenson had the only win of the night at the No. 6 singles as she defeated Anna Vos 10-7.
The next closest match came at the No. 1 singles as Bailey Hagen Lost 10-8 to Rachel Westergard.
"Bailey plays well again Rachel, but she has a few issues to get through and some areas to be strengthened for her to finish strong," said Kirchner.
In other singles, Burns lost 10-3 to Olivia Rohlk, Rosinger lost 10-3 to Natalie Delaney, Amber Schacherer los 10-1 to Heather Sorenson and Mackenzie Wilson lost 10-3 to Hannah Schoning.
In doubles, Hagen and Burns lost 10-5 to Rohlk and Delany; Schacherer and Wilson lost 10-3 to Westergard and Schoning and Rosinger and Jorgenson lost 10-4 to Vos and Ryan Petievich.
In junior varsity play, Taylor Nissen lost 8-1, Rachael Mueller lost 8-1, Kaylee Nissen lost 8-4, Macarena Cibran lost 8-0 and Emily Origer lost 8-0.
ELC is scheduled to travel to the Spencer Tournament this Saturday. The Midgets host Spencer on Monday.