The only victory on the girls' side was turned in by senior Sarah Tietgens in one of the best matches of the event.
Tietgens led early before going into a lull, but the high-charged Tietgens rallied back to win (9-7) over Grace Patton.
"Our number one's played the best matches they have played all year and I think playing a tough team like BGA will certainly help everyone on the team as we get in to district play," said MCHS head coach Dickie Adkins.
In a close two-slotted match, Lauren Blackmon fell to Leslie Douglas (5-8) and then teamed up with Tietgens for a spirited (7-9) loss to Patton and Hannah Gilliam in doubles action.
Mary Beth Brannon lost in the No. 3 spot, (2-5) to Gilliam in singles, while Courtney Beardsley was blanked (0-8) by Lindsey Landrum and Callie Johnson lost (1-8) to Caroline Rector in the final singles match.
Tigerette netters Brooklyn Brown and Jordan Bailey teamed up in doubles, but were beaten (1-8) by Patton and Landrum for the 1-6 final score.
Later on, Killian would team up with Patrick Kennedy in doubles action and the Tiger duo forged a 9-7 comeback win over McShain and Timmy Jordan.
Kennedy, playing in the No. 2 singles' slot battled before losing (8-6) to Jordan, and in another close contest, MCHS' three-seeded Eric Martin fell (9-7) to Blake Thomson.
In the four slot, Austin Mowell lost (1-8) to BGA's Richard Klausner and Chris Wells dropped a (1-8) decision to Bo Kennedy.
In the second boys' doubles match, Caleb Cashion and Dustin Lyons tried to grind out a win, but fell (5-8) to Klausner and Alexander Golla.
The girls' loss gave them a 3-2 record on the season, while the boys fell below .500, dropping to 2-3 on the season.
"We hope to be peaking at tournament time," said Adkins. "And having a great assistant like Jason Donahue, who has been with me a long time, helps and he worked great with the kids today."