It has been an up-and-down season thus far for the Aurora volleyball team.
Things were sky high for the Greenmen Tuesday.
Host Aurora rallied from a woeful first set to earn a come-from-behind 9-25, 25-23, 25-16, 25-20 victory over Copley. With the win, the injury-riddled Greenmen improved to 7-7 overall and 2-4 in the Suburban League American Conference.
"We finally got to use the same lineup for multiple matches and carried over the momentum from the tournament [Saturday in Chagrin Falls]," Aurora head coach Tyler Price said. "We started out really sloppy and couldn't do anything right the first set.
"The girls didn't hang their heads and were able to correct those mistakes for the rest of the match. Copley would not go away and we had to earn every point. Being down in the match showed the resilience of the girls and is a great step for the last portion of the season."
Kinze McWhorter had dominant performance at the net. She finished with a match-high 23 kills to lead the Greenmen.
Maggie Bradley, who recently returned from an injury, had 42 assists and four aces and Maria Parks had 11 digs for Aurora.
Also faring well for the Greenmen were Brooke Dubensky (eight digs) and Lauren Vonderhaar (six blocks).