The Tigers’ offense was the difference in all three matches. Senior phenom Navea Gauthier combined with Brylee Friedman to provide the team with a dominant attack on the outside and over the middle.
“Brylee and Audrey Horton are starting to hook up on some faster tempo attacks in the middle that are scoring some consistent points,” Shelby coach Tom Weirich said. “Brylee has been looking more comfortable on the offensive side of the ball lately which is great as we near the midpoint of the season.”
Gauthier had another monster night offensively, recording 33 kills, 17 digs and four aces while hitting at a .500 clip. Friedman had five kills to go along with a block, while Horton proved to be an assist machine from her setter spot with 38.
Shelby moved to 12-9 overall and are now 4-0 in WMC Rivers play. The Tigers will head to Hesperia on Thursday for a quad meet.
Holton will be back in action next Tuesday when it hosts Hesperia.
Check out photos courtesy by Joe Washington.