Craig Harris/Macon County Times Macon County High senior middle hitter Mattie Butler elevates for a hit as junior setter Allie Cliburn (12) looks on and freshman outside hitter Macey Meador look on.

Craig Harris/Macon County Times

Macon County High senior middle hitter Mattie Butler elevates for a hit as junior setter Allie Cliburn (12) looks on and freshman outside hitter Macey Meador look on.

WHITE HOUSE -- The Macon County High School volleyball squad suffered a 15-25, 25-21, 17-25, 25-21, 15-8 loss at White House Heritage last Thursday evening.

The district foes met three times last season. Third-seeded Macon County suffered a 25-21, 17-25, 18-25, 25-14, 15-12 loss to No. 2 seed White House Heritage in a District 11-AA Tournament semifinal contest that ended the Tigerettes' season.

During the regular season of 2018, each team won on its home court. White House Heritage captured a 25-17, 25-14, 25-20 win, but Macon County responded with a 20-25, 25-12, 25-23, 25-22 victory over the visiting Lady Patriots.

In the first meeting this season, Tigerette junior Hallie Dickens finished with team-highs of 20 kills and 21 digs.

Sophomore teammate Myle Crowder also had 21 digs.

Macon County junior setter Allie Cliburn provided 42 assists, and classmate Kaitlyn Driver finished with 13 blocks.

"We started off strong, and I thought we were going to take them," Tigerette head coach Brooke Smith said. "But White House Heritage came back to fight, and my girls just did not finish. We played hard at times but not hard enough to finish the match."

Macon County fell to 1-2 in District 11-AA play.

The Tigerettes suffered a 23-25, 25-16, 28-26 loss at Livingston Academy on Monday evening.

Dickens finished with a team-high 11 kills, and Driver and senior teammate Mattie Butler provided six kills each.

Driver had two blocks, and Macon County sophomore Myle Crowder and senior Mia Brawner finished with 10 and nine digs, respectively.

Cliburn compiled 20 assists.

The Tigerettes fell to 8-4 with the setback.