HESSTON, Kansas — Key points were elusive Friday evening for the Cloud County Community College volleyball team as the T-Birds fell on the road in three tightly-contested sets — 25-20, 25-20 and 25-22 — against non-conference foe, Hesston College.
Sophomore outside hitter Irem Bat had a banner day in defeat, leading the T-Birds (4-18 overall, 1-9 KJCCC) with 14 kills, including eight in the first set.
The 14 kills tied a season high for Bat, who added two solo blocks Friday, and were just two from tying her career high of 16 kills set Sept. 14, 2016 at home against the Larks (9-11 overall).
Cloud County resumes KJCCC action on Monday when it travels to take on No. 19 ranked Colby, which edged the T-Birds 3-1 back on Sept. 20. The match is scheduled for 6:30 p.m.