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Emma Salvo celebrated surpassing 1,500 assists with 37 more. The Tigers improved to 16-0 with a four set victory over BCLUW. 

After dropping a set in uncharacteristic fashion, the South Hardin coaches told their players it was time to fight like tigers. Co-head coach John Teske said to pin their ears back, get mad and fight for their team. He told them not to let a ball drop and keep swinging and being aggressive.

The hosts came out inspired against BCLUW the next two sets in dominating fashion and finished off their NICL-West foe in four games: 25-21, 15-25, 25-13, 25-16.


Macy Engelson tallied five digs, one block and a service ace for SH in their win over the Comets.

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