A GREAT show by the Tigers

In a memorable and hard-fought volleyball match, the Tigers displayed the match of their season, leaving an indelible mark on the court. Despite ultimately losing the match, their performance was nothing short of spectacular, and they earned the admiration and respect of fans and opponents alike. From the first whistle to the final point, the Tigers gave it their all. They played with heart, determination, and an unwavering commitment to their team's success. Their unity and teamwork were on full display, as they communicated seamlessly and executed plays with precision. It was evident that they had poured their hearts into their preparation for this match, and it showed in their performance. One remarkable aspect of the Tigers' play was their consistency. This is something that they struggled with throughout the season. The Tigers  maintained a high level of play, never wavering in their effort and focus for the duration of the match. What stood out even more than their consistent play was their energy and enthusiasm. The Tigers played with passion, with every player on the team contributing to the collective spirit. Their positive energy and determination never faded, even in the face of adversity. It was clear that they were playing not just for themselves but for their teammates, their school, and their fans. Although the Tigers fell short in the end, the loss did not dampen the sense of pride and accomplishment that filled the gymnasium. Everyone, from the coaches to the players to the fans, was incredibly proud of the Tigers' performance!

Match Stats - - 

Kills: Tate (6), Josie (5), Maddie (4), Meggie (3), Eleanor (2), Eva (1)
Blocks: Iris (2), Meggie (2), Josie (1), Eleanor (1)
Digs: Tate (14), Eva (11), Kareena (5), Josie (4), Yvonne (4), Maddie (3), Eleanor (2), Meggie (2), Claire (1)
Aces: Iris (4), Maddie (2), Eva (1), Meggie (1)
Assists: Josie (21)

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