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Tyrone’s Lady Eagle Volleyball team lost to Indian Valley Thursday night in three straight games 25-6,25-13, and 25-12.
The Tyrone team did not go down without a fight as almost every point was the result of a long volley.
Jess Thomas led Tyrone with seven service points and Suzanne Zimmerman had six service points.
Ashley Patton recorded her first kill of the year coming back from surgery, and Kristin Gearhart added two kills of her own. Kassie Gardner and Kristen Fry had three digs apiece and kept the rally alive most of the night.
“We might be losing but it is not from lack of effort,” Coach Jim Cushion stated, “We are definitely getting better.”
Tyrone’s JV team won their second game of the year, winning game two, 25-19 but lost the match in the third game 15-5.
Rebecca Fry was the hero in game two with 12 service points keeping the Indian Valley junior varsity off balance with pinpoint serves. Alexa Haverstadt had two kills on the night and the JayVee team keeps getting better.
Tyrone now travels to Bellwood Saturday for The Bellwood-Antis Invitational Tournament.