Tiger teams find fierce competition

<I>Photo by Margee Powell</I><BR>Dayville-Monument's Shyanne Winters spikes the ball to the opponents' court in recent volleyball action. The Lady Tigers and the Dayville-Monument Tigers football teams are fighting hard in the High Desert League.

ADRIAN - Both the boys and the girls from Dayville/Monument came out on the losing end against the Adrian Antelopes last Thursday, Oct. 7.

The Lady Tigers lost all three volleyball games, although the second one was close at 23-25. The other scores were 14-25 and 16-25.

Coach Stephanie Reed said that their serving is becoming more consistent, but added, "We need to work on our coverage and passing game."

Reed also said that freshmen Renee Inscore and Alix Perkins did a great job covering the back court.

On the football field, the Tiger boys lost by a wide margin, 22-74.

Coach Russ Powell said, "A couple of our key players were out with injuries, which hurt the makeup of our offense and defense."

"It was not our best showing," he added.

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