Lady Cats season comes to an end after being defeated at Divisionals

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The Clark Fork Mountain Cats were defeated during Divisionals held on Nov. 2-4 at Manhatten Christian. (File photo).

The Clark Fork Mountain Cats volleyball team’s season came to an end on Saturday during Divisional play held at Manhattan Christian, Churchhill.

The Cats went into the tournament in Districts second place after being beaten by Seeley-Swan for first place on Oct. 28 in Missoula.

They faced Arlee on Thursdays and were defeated 25-23, 21-25, 25-16, 25-14. Next, the Cats faced Twin Bridges on Friday, Nov. 3 and were again defeated 25-18, 20-25, 25-19, 25-20 with loser out.

Ennis won Divisionals after beating Gardiner who came in second with Plains taking third.

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