Tough Loss for the Tigers

In a hard-fought battle that ended in a tough loss for the Tigers, there were moments of brilliance that shone through against the reigning state champions, the Battle Ground Academy Wildcats. Despite the final score not falling in their favor, the Tigers displayed a remarkable improvement in their communication and teamwork from their previous match against MTCS. The Tigers showcased a positive and determined spirit throughout the match. This positive atmosphere translated into an increased level of determination and focus, allowing the Tigers to mount several promising attacks against their tough opponent. The Tigers will continue play this weekend at a volleyball tournament in White County, Tennessee. 

Match Stats - - 

Kills: Josie (4), Meggie (3), Maeve (3), Tate (3), Maddie (1), Elle (1) 
Blocks: Meggie (2), Josie (2)
Digs: Eva (27), Kareena (13), Yvonne (9), Elle (8), Josie (5), Maddie (2), Kati (1), Maeve (1), Tate (1)
Aces: Maddie (2), Meggie (2), Josie (1)
Assists: Josie (15)
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