The Panola College Fillies had their chances Wednesday night in a key match-up with 6th-Ranked Navarro, but fell short in 4 sets (20-25, 25-20, 25-27, 25-10).
Offensively, Thaynara Godoi led with 12 kills hitting a stellar .607, while Sabrina de Lima and Daphinie Correa followed with 9 each. Molly Harris dished out 23 assists and Bri McGown added 16.
At the net, Alyssa Lozoya finished the night with 3 block assists and de Lima chipped in 2. Three Fillies finished with double-digit digs including Hannah Ramirez who led with 18, and Harris and Carol Santana who each added 12.
"Navarro is a talented team playing with a ton of confidence right now, and we knew in order to win on the road in such a tough atmosphere we were going to need to play a complete match," said Head Coach Amber McCray. "We put ourselves in position to have a shot, but ultimately we did not execute when it mattered most."
The Fillies will return to action this weekend as they travel to Brookhaven and Northlake College for matches at 11am and 4pm.
(Hannah Ramirez passes a ball in serve receive).
Photo Credit Kraig Cain