CLOVERDALE -- The Cloverdale volleyball team fell to Linton--Stockton in three sets Thursday 25-18, 25-10 and 25-16 to end its regular season with a record of 12-13. The JV also lost in three sets to end its season with a 12-10 record.
Leading the Clovers in scoring was Mariah Oetken with five points and one ace. Bradanne Toney added four points, while Taylor Jones, Bristy Skiles, Stacia Shepherd and Holly McCammon chipped in two points each.
Toney had six kills, with Jones and McCammon adding four kills each. Oetken had two kills and Adrianna Patterson had one. Toney also added four blocks with Shepherd, Jones and Oetken contributing one block each.
Defensively, Breegan Anderson had three digs, with Jones and Skiles adding four each. Toney and five and Casey Lyons, Paige Gruener, Oetken and McCammon had two digs each. Shepherd had seven assists, while Skiles added three.
"We played well the first set, we had some great blocks and kills, but fell short," CHS head coach Kathy Moore said. "In sets two and three we didn't handle Linton's quick attack and we struggled with passing. After the match I told the girls that next week is a brand new season. Everyone is equal and anything can happen. We have a lot to work on before next Tuesday when we play South Putnam at Covenant Christian in the second match (of sectional)."