Tornadoes fall to Saukees in three Maggie Marable, left and Madison Zumwalt, center try to get one past Griggsville-Perrys Jordan Brite last week in volleyball action. The Lady Saukes won. (Doug Pool/Pike Press) The Lady Tornadoes volleyball team fell to Pittsfield last Tuesday, starting off a week of three games in a row. They also faced Brussels where they lost in two matches but came back Thursday in a game against ISD. Tuesday Griggsville-Perry was at home where they took on Pittsfield.
Last Thursday the Tornadoes took the field against Triopia in the first round of regionals where they lost, 10-3. They started out strong, scoring two runs in the second inning to take the lead. It wasn’t until the fourth inning that the Trojans got a run past GP’s defense making it 2-1 in the Tornadoes’ favor. The Tornadoes scored again in the fifth before Triopia answered back with two more runs, tying the game at 3-3.
The Lady Tornadoes’ season came to an end Wednesday as they faced Liberty in the first round of their regionals. The Eagles wasted no time getting runs on the board, scoring two in the first inning. The Tornadoes were quick to answer back and led 5-2 going into the second. Liberty brought the hits again, scoring six more and the Lady T’s, only scoring two, fell behind 8-7. GP used Liberty’s scoreless third inning to their advantage and tied the game.
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