T.C. struggles after winning city tournament


Prepping for their final game of the regular season, the T.C. Williams volleyball squad has their work cut out for them. 

The Titans have dropped two games since coming off a 3-0 win against West Potomac and their third consecutive championship at the Alexandria City Tournament. Nearly a week after beating backyard rivals Bishop Ireton and St. Stephen’s and St. Agnes in the annual citywide showdown, T.C. fell 3-0 to South County.

The Titans came up short on the court once again Monday, falling 3-1 in a matchup with Lee. The twin defeats put T.C. at 7-12 on the season and 1-4 in conference play. 

They faced a struggling Annandale squad to end the regular season Wednesday, after the Times’ deadline. Coming into the season finale, the Atoms were 1-13 and 0-4 in the Patriot District. 

Playoffs begin Monday, with T.C. slated to play an as-yet-undetermined higher seed.