Struggle with the Wildcats

The Tigers traveled to BGA to compete against the very talented Wildcat team. The Wildcats started out hot. Their hits were thunderous, their blocks impenetrable, and their serves often had the Tigers scrambling just to maintain possession of the ball. This performance by the Wildcats had the Tigers out of sorts. Despite the Tigers' valiant efforts to regroup and mount a comeback, the Wildcats maintained their dominance throughout the match. The Wildcats secured victory in consecutive sets (14-25, 16-25, 18-25). While it was undoubtedly a tough loss for the Tigers, they can use this game as a valuable learning experience. They must regroup, refocus, and work on refining their strategy and communication for the challenges that lie ahead. With determination and practice, they have the potential to bounce back stronger than ever and make their mark in future matches.

Match Stats - - 

Kills: Tate (8), Meggie (5), Maddie (4), Kati (1), Iris (1) 
Blocks: Iris (3), Josie (2), Eleanor (1) 
Digs: Eva (12), Josie (11), Kareena (5), Tate (4), Iris (3), Yvonne (3), Eleanor (1), Kati (1), Maddie (1)
Aces: Iris (2), Meggie (1), Maddie (1)
Assists: Josie (19)


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