The Macon County Tigerettes traveled to West Creek High School in Clarksville to participate in the Coyote Clash Tournament on Saturday, August 31st. The Tigerettes went undefeated during pool play beating Gibson County, West Creek, and White House. A first-place finish in their pool placed them in the Gold Division for tournament play.
In the quarterfinals, the Tigerettes faced off against Milan winning with scores of 25-22 and 25-19. Next, the Tigerettes played Daviess County in the semifinals. This would be the Tigerettes toughest match up of the tournament. The Tigerettes came out on top after going three sets with scores of 25-22, 27-29, and 15-11.
Dyer County would be the final team standing between the Tigerettes and the Gold Division Championship. Led by the powerful blocking of Kaitlyn Driver, the Tigerettes won the Championship beating Dyer County with score of 25-19 and 25-17.
The Tigerettes will be back in action again for a district match Thursday, September 5th at White House Heritage.
– Assistant Coach Kelly Swindle