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Clovers down Clay City, West Vigo, finish 2-2 at Scottsburg tournament

Amanda York


The Lady Clovers celebrate after earning a point. SHAWNA RUSH/FILE PHOTO | SPENCER EVENING WORLD The Lady Clovers celebrate after earning a point. SHAWNA RUSH/FILE PHOTO | SPENCER EVENING WORLD The Clovers hosted the Clay City Eels on Aug. 21, earning a 3-0 win, 25-19, 25-19 and 25-17.

The offense was led by senior Tori Combs with 14 kills with Mackenzie Stoltz adding 10, Haley Smith five, Kayla Perdue four, Kassie Wade four and Hailey Thomas one.

Behind the service line, Thomas led the Clovers in aces with four, while Hannah Rady and Stoltz each added two and Combs one.

The defense at the net was led by Stoltz with two blocks while Combs and Smith each had one.

Thomas led the team in digs with 22, Kaya Daub added 14, Stoltz nine, Wade and Rady eight, Combs and Autumn Lewellen five, and Perdue two.

On Aug. 24, the Lady Clovers hosted the West Vigo Vikings, sending them home with a 3-0 loss, 25-14, 25-17, 25-16.

Stoltz led the team in kills with 15 with Combs adding nine, Perdue nine, Wade two, Rady one and Smith one.


Senior Hannah Rady prepares to serve in a recent contest at home. She finished with two aces against Clay City last week. SHAWNA RUSH/FILE PHOTO | SPENCER EVENING WORLD Senior Hannah Rady prepares to serve in a recent contest at home. She finished with two aces against Clay City last week. SHAWNA RUSH/FILE PHOTO | SPENCER EVENING WORLD Soltz and Thomas led the team in serving, each with three aces, while Combs added two, Rady one and Daub one.

Combs finished with three blocks while Stoltz added one for the defense.

Cloverdale finished with 21 digs in the contest, led by Combs and Daub each with six, Thomas four, Rady three, and Perdue and Stoltz each one.

The Clovers took part in the Scottsburg Tournament Saturday, Aug. 25, finishing 2-2 for the day.

The Clovers defeated the Hauser Jets, 2-1 and the host Warriors, 2-0, but lost to the Jasper Wildcats, 2-1 and the Evansville North Huskies, 2-0.

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