Clarksville sees ways to improve in home opener vs. Rockford

Clarksville's Makayla Holub (8) and Hannah Faust (right) go up for a block against Rockford in the Indians' home opener on Thursday, Aug. 28. (Kristi Nixon photo)

CLARKSVILLE – Following the first test of the season, Clarksville head coach Heather Petersen has a better picture of where her team stands after a 3-0 loss to Rockford.

And, the fact that the Warriors are a larger school, it gives her reason to hope in the 11-25, 19-25, 22-25 sweep.

“They are not bad, they are a 2A school, and they are not bad,” Petersen said. “We…I actually think we played better than expected. We came out right away with a good block in the middle by McKenna Lebeck, defensively, good digs.”

More on this story will be found in the Sept. 4 print edition of the Clarksville Star.