On Saturday, the Cloverdale High School varsity volleyball squad fell to 5-18 on the season after suffering a 20-25, 22-25, 14-25 loss to the Southmont Mounties.
Hannah Monnett finished with six points and three aces to go along with five digs, five kills and two blocks.
Other statistics for the Clovers included Stephanie Tutterow with five points; Amber Curtis with four points and four assists; Ashley Koosman with three points and two kills; Emily Puffer with three points, six kills and six assists; Kristen Schroer with three points, four kills and three blocks; Ashley Arnold with four kills and six blocks; and Heather Moon with two kills and one stuff block.
"We played well although the score doesn't necessarily show it," Cloverdale coach Kathy Moore said. "We hustled and had some great saves this match.
"Our attitude is good and we are looking forward to our final (West Central Conference) match with Speedway."
In junior varsity action, the Clovers fell to 18-6 after losing to the Mounties, 19-22, 23-25.
Erica Lotz had 11 points while Alesha Evans tallied 11 points, five digs and one kill. Whitney Bond also had eight points, one ace and three digs.
The Clovers will face Speedway on the road today, beginning at 5:30 p.m.
Southmont 25 25 25
Cloverdale 20 22 14
Southmont 22 25
Cloverdale 19 23
Next Match -- The Clovers (5-18, 18-6) face Speedway on the road today at 5:30 p.m.
The North Putnam girls' volleyball squad lost a close, four game match to Southmont Thursday, 25-19, 28-26, 20-25, 25-21.
The Cougars were led by strong performances by senior Tara Thornburg and junior Jayde Kosobud. Thornburg had 10 service points and whopping 35 assists, while Kosobud had 14 kills and four blocks. Tiffany McMurtry added 10 kills, five service points and four blocks for the Cougars, while freshman Logan Doyle had 11 service points and three digs.
The Cougars' host Danville tonight at 6 p.m..
North Putnam 19 26 25 21
Southmont 25 28 20 25
Next match - North Putnam hosts Danville tonight at 6 p.m.