Glen Rose hosted the 2A Dublin Lady Lions on Tuesday night and sent them home disappointed, as the Lady Tigers won the match, 3-1.
In game one, Glen Rose jumped out to an early five-point lead at 12-7.
The teams swapped points until the score hit 17-12 and after a Dublin service ace, Glen Rose connected on the next four points with a kill from Katie Uehlein and three Dublin mistakes.
They traded the next six points before the Dublin serve went out of bounds, giving the Lady Tigers the 25-18 victory.
Dublin jumped out to an early 8-4 lead in the second contest, but Dora Ibarra connected on five straight service points to give the Lady Tigers the lead at 9-8.
But Dublin struck back with three straight points before Bridget Burns ended the skid with a kill shot, bringing the score to 11-10 in favor of the Lady Lions.
The teams traded points until the score reached 19-19, then the Lady Tigers looked prime to end the game.
Burns landed another kill shot, Uehlein served an ace and Kaitlyn West added a kill to give Glen Rose a 22-19 lead.
However, Dublin had some fight left in them. The Lady Lions outscored the Lady Tigers 6-1 to take the game, 25-23, and tie the match at 1-1.
Game three was all Glen Rose from the get-go.
After GRHS had built a three point lead at 6-3, Ashton Edwards connected on six consecutive serves to give the Lady Tigers a 12-3 advantage.
Uehlein added a five-point service streak and Ibarra tacked on a four-point serve streak, and with the help of several Dublin mistakes, the Lady Tigers took the match, 25-7.
Dublin gave Glen Rose 12 points by sending the ball out of bounds in the third game.
In the fourth game, Dublin struck first but Glen Rose struck more.
After Dublin took a 1-0 lead, Glen Rose tacked on the next seven points to take a 7-1 advantage, and later added a four-point run to bring the score to 11-3.
Dublin outscored Glen Rose 11-8 to cut the deficit to 19-14, but Glen Rose was too much. GRHS scored six of the final eight points, with the final two coming on Brielle Nicholson kill shots, to seal the deal for the Lady Tigers, 25-16.
Glen Rose will end their current four-game home stand on Friday at 4:30 p.m. against Peaster.