Head coach George Nelson said the Tigers won two of their singles matches, and their No. 2 doubles team put together a spirited match before losing.
The Tigers were the No. 4 seed in Region 7-AA while the Yellow Jackets were seeded No. 1.
"If we had finished our season as the No. 2 or No. 3, we might have been able to advance," Nelson said.
The Tigers have been eliminated in the first round the past three seasons, and Nelson said the team was trying to advance this year.
"We improved throughout the year but came up short of getting over the hump," the coach said. "Next year we are returning 10 or 11 players on the team, and we should be able to do even better. We lose one graduating senior, Chance Asbridge."
He said Asbridge has been a member of the tennis team four years and will be missed.
The Tigers won at the No. 2 and No. 3 singles positions. Cray Spencer won in three sets, losing the first match 3-6 but coming back to win 7-5 in the second and 10-7 in the tiebreaker. D.J. Sattar won in straight sets, 6-3, 6-3.
Tigers Peyton Cox and Brett Gutkowski lost 6-4, 6-3 in No. 2 doubles.
"We played a nice competitive match in No. 2 doubles even though they lost in straight sets," he said.
No. 1 singles player Austin Warrick and No. 1doubles players Chance Asbridge and Dalton Witt were unable to pick up a win in their matches.
Nelson said the Tigers' season began with a promising 9-0 start.
"Then we got into the meat and potatoes part of our schedule, when we faced some real competition, and we fared pretty well," the coach said. "We just need to take it to the next level. We should be even better next year."