The Tigers' Trip to GCA

On a road trip to Grace Christian Academy, the Tigers stepped onto the volleyball court with high hopes of leaving with a win, but ultimately faced a challenging match that resulted in a four-set loss to the Lions (18-25, 19-25, 25-19, 13-25). In a game marked by erratic performance, the Tigers' lack of consistency proved to be their downfall. The Tigers displayed moments of brilliance, executing impressive plays, powerful hits, and well-timed blocks that kept the Lions on their toes. However, these moments of excellence were often followed by periods of inconsistency and errors. The Lions, on the other hand, demonstrated a more steady and composed game throughout the match. The Tigers will continue to work on leveling out their play in hopes to become a more consistent team. They will take the court again on Thursday against Columbia Academy for their last regular season district match. 

Match Stats - - 

Kills: Maddie (9), Tate (6), Meggie (5), Josie (3), Iris (1), Kati (1)
Blocks: Josie (3), Meggie (3), Maddie (2), Eleanor (1),  Iris (1), 
Digs: Tate (18), Josie (12), Eva (10), Yvonne (8), Maddie (7), Meggie (4), Kati (1)
Aces: Josie (4), Meggie (3), Maddie (1), Eva (1)
Assists: Josie (25)

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