After starting the season 2-1, the Galeton Tigers dropped their last two games to Coudersport and Oswayo Valley.
Against Coudersport, the Tigers split the first two sets, with Coudersport winning the first 25-22 and Galeton taking the second 25-10. The Tigers unfortunately were unable to keep their momentum going into the final two sets and were beat 8-25 and 15-25 respectively.
Despite the loss, Alli Macensky continues to play well this season for the Tigers, with six kills and a block in the match. Cara Parsell also turned in an excellent performance, with 30 receives, 12 digs and two aces for the night.
Against Oswayo Valley coach Jessica Green said “We had quite a game last night against Oswayo Valley. Oswayo won, but we gave them a run for their money.” After losing the first set, Galeton came back and won two of the next three to tie the score at two a piece going into the fifth and final set. They came up just short, losing 15-9 in a tough loss. Macensky had her usual solid performance, tallying eight kills and three blocks on the night. Kate Kullish also had an excellent outing with eight assists, 10 digs and one ace throughout the game.
The Galeton Tigers volleyball team will look to get their record back to .500 in their next matchup against the Cowanesque Valley Indians team Wednesday Sept. 18.