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STAFF PHOTO/COLLEEN MCALEER Ava Tyler clears the ball over the net, and MMI players, en route to a third set come-from-behind win on Thursday.

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Dana Macko touches the ball over the net Thursday against MMI.

Tunkhannock volleyball lost a game to the Bulldogs, but came back with a vengence against the Preppers two nights later.

The Bulldogs were tested by the Tigers, but managed to keep their record spotless with a five-game win in Tunkhannock on Tuesday.

Berwick won the first set of the night 25-18. Tunkhannock fired off two straight wins with identical 25-22 scores. The Bulldogs fought back to a 25-13 score for the fourth set, and the final set was won 15-10 by the visitors.

Dana Macko and Lily Miller each put down eight kills to lead Tunkhannock. Macko led the defense with 26 digs and Miller added 16.

It was a night where all players were involved, as Rani Shrivastava had six digs, three kills, and 24 assists, Ariel Vikara had seven digs, and Emily Schultz had eight digs.

Ava Tyler added four aces, seven kills, and five digs.

In an action filled night at Tunkhannock, the Lady Tigers completed the seep of the MMI Preppers Thursday night with a fantastic come from behind win in a tense third set.

Down 17-10 at one point, Tunkhannock turned in a fantastic performance to come back and take a 25-23 win.

Macko recorded 15 digs, 14 kills, 13 service points and four aces in the win.

Schultz helped the Tigers with 11 digs, 10 service points and three aces, while Shrivastava had 21 assists, six digs and four kills. Miller had five digs, four kills and two aces.

The final scores were 25-19, 25-14, and 25-23.

The Tigers headed to Towanda on Monday, but due to a scheduling mistake, did not play.

Tunkhannock faced Wilkes Barre last night on the road.