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Eagles hold off Falcons Douglass coach Angela Alcain has watched her team progress quickly since being swept by both Friendly and Gwynn Park earlier this season. Tuesday evening, the Eagles improved to 4 3 as they got good all around play from Ashley Fidele, Tai Heath, Tamiko Washington, Kristian Gregory Lee and reserve Alex Aitkin. Douglass rebounded from a first game loss to down the visiting Falcons 19 25, 25 23, 25 23 and 25 18. serving was a lot better, but we still struggled on serve receives, Alcain said. had some good service runs from Tai and Tamiko and I thought Ashley did a really good job attacking the net. We trying to run set plays, but that tough to teach when most of the teams don bump the ball back over the net. We been playing better and maybe that will give us some momentum going into the playoffs. coach Luanne Smith received some bad news well before her team got on the bus Tuesday. The Falcons Theresa Hardy Bryant suffered a freak jaw injury during school hours and required stitches. Smith arrived at Douglass looking to end a five match skid without one of her best players. still young and mainly we inexperienced, said Smith, whose team dropped to 1 6. definitely showing improvement. Our serving was OK, our serve receiving is getting better, but it just a lack of experience that we fighting through. I only lose two starters, Rim [Radwan] and Bessie [Duckworth], so next year we should be much better. But I think we shown a lot of progress this year. This was one of our better matches. and Radwan both enjoyed decent service runs on a Falcons team comprised entirely of players who serve under hand. thought we played pretty well, Duckworth said. were close the whole match. We still have to work on our serve receives and our passing. That still not our strength. Even last week against Gwynn Park, we got swept, but they didn crush us like they usually do. We definitely getting better. gave the Falcons an early 5 0 lead in the first game. After Douglass rallied to tie the score at 13 13, it was Angelic Wade and Radwan who lifted the Falcons back on top, 20 15. Both teams exchanged aces and service errors until Central Melody Figaroore ended the opener with three straight serves that were not returned. Central gained the upper hand in the second game, but the Eagles responded with a 6 0 run behind Washington under handed serving and a 5 0 rally with Jessica Harris serving to claim a 14 11 lead. Central later responded with a five point run behind Figaroore to give the Falcons a 22 20 lead, but the Eagles closed the game on a 5 1 run. Central appeared on the verge of winning the third game when Duckworth recorded four straight aces to give the Falcons a 23 22 lead. But Fidele ended the run with a kill and then ended the game with another kill while Washington was serving. Although leading two games to one, Douglass had been outscored, 71 69, through the first three games. Central again vaulted to an early 7 2 lead in the fourth game, but the Eagles roared back on the heels of an 11 0 run while Washington was serving. She recorded five aces and only two of her serves came back across the net. Central got to within 17 15 midway through the game before the Eagles closed the match on a brief service run by Christine Passley and another service winner from Washington.