The Chickasha High School volleyball team played at Tecumseh on Thursday, instead of at home as originally scheduled, and the junior varsity team was the only one to come away with a win.
The varsity was going for its second win of the week, but lost in three straight matches, although all of them were close.
Tecumseh knocked the Lady Chicks out 17-25, 20-25, 16-25.
"The games were all very competitive," head coach Nancy Waters said. "We played well consistently today."
As has been the problem throughout the season, Chickasha gave up a big run during the first game and couldn't recover.
"In the first game with the varsity, the score was tied at nine and we gave up a run of eight points to them," Waters said. "We could never recover from that."
The Lady Chicks remedied that problem in the second game, but had other issues.
"We didn't give up a run, but we couldn't get a run on our serve," Waters said. "The third game, we had some mental mistakes and we gave up some short runs that gave them the lead, and we couldn't hold our serve."
It was a missed opportunity for Chickasha, which is now 2-10 this season.
"We played well, and felt like we should have beaten that team," Waters said.
Several of the Lady Chicks played particularly well, and others added solid contributions.
Ashley Hannah led the team in kills with five, and also had five digs.
Chloe Reyes did a good job of guarding the net, tallying four blocks to go with her two kills.
"Chloe had a great night at the net, with two big stuff blocks," Waters said.
Rory Troub had six digs to lead Chickasha in that category. Alei Gann had two kills, four assists and three aces.
Kaydee King had two assists and five digs. Jordan Biddy had one kill and two blocks, and Malorie Mottinger had one block.
The junior varsity beat Tecumseh 25-22, 26-24, while Chickasha Middle School lost 15-25, 25-9, 10-15.
Chickasha's next game is at 4:30 p.m. Sept. 4 in Piedmont.