McPherson, Kansas — The Cloud County Community College volleyball team began the final week of the regular season on Monday, dropping a tight five-set road match (25-11, 23-25, 19-25, 25-19 and 10-15) against McPherson College JV.
The loss dropped the T-Birds back to .500 at 17-17 overall this season with one match remaining Wednesday on the road against Ottawa University JV.
Cloud County received a career-high 51 assists from sophomore setter Cammie Miller on Monday, shattering her previous high of 40 set back on Sept. 14 against Lamar Community College.
Freshman middle blocker Jessica Williams also chipped in nine kills to help pace the T-Birds offense.
Defensively, sophomore libero Britt Michaelis led all Cloud players with 26 digs. Miller added to her career night with 15 digs and freshman defensive specialist Willow Hunt was the third T-Bird in double-figures with 12 digs.
Cloud County will look to close out the 2018 season strong on Wednesday when it heads off to face Ottawa University JV. Action is scheduled to get underway at 6:30 p.m.