The Tigers traveled to The Webb School (Bell Buckle) for their first of three district matches this week. The trek was long, but the Tigers were excited and ready to get another district win under their belt. The Tigers started the match slow with a new lineup due to sickness. The slow start left the Tigers down 0-1 after the first set (17-25). Determined to not let the day's adversity get the best of them, the Tigers bounced back and played more cohesively in the second set. The score was close, but the Tigers pulled out a win in the second set, 25-23. The third and fourth sets proved to be easier matches for the Tigers (25-20, 25-15) as they controlled the energy in the gym and carried the momentum on their side. The Tigers left The Webb School with a win in just four sets. The Tigers play MTCS tomorrow at home.
USN's Ethics Bowl team won both the Tennessee Ethical Bowl and the Divisional Playoff, going undefeated over seven matches to qualify for the National High School Ethics Bowl at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Congratulations to Caroline Keiper '25, Zinnia Nichols-Loller '25, Ellie Rothman '25, Ellie Klein '25, Eliza Nichols '25, Amelie Soslow '25, Jaya Gupta '25, and Kati Tong '25.
Audrey Flatt ’24 created a new logo to build school spirit and support for performing and visual arts. The booster club Tiger Arts Patrons contributes additional funding to the arts while providing supporters with free admission to most events and performances. Register for annual TAP membership here for $100.
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