CCCC downs Barton County in five sets

Cloud County evened its Jayhawk Conference Western Division record at 3-3 by getting past Barton County in five sets Wednesday night in Bryant Gymnasium.
The Thunderbirds, now 6-10 overall, won the first set of the match, 25-20.
Barton County picked up a 25-13 win in the second set.
Cloud County went up 2-1 with a 25-22 victory in the third set.
A 25-20 win in the fourth set pulled Barton County even at 2-2.
The T-Birds took the fifth and deciding set, 15-11.
Hilta Pereira had a team high 14 kills for Cloud County.
Erin Terrell finished with 10 kills.
Josie Hale had nine kils, and Brianna Blackwell had six.
Emily Brown had 15 digs for the T-Birds.
Helena Lukovic had eight digs.
Kylie Penning had 42 assists.
Cloud County plays at Hutchinson on Saturday.

SPORTS

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Letter to the Editor 4-18-14

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