LEROY \u00a0\u2014 \u00a0Pine River settled for second place in its own volleyball invitational on Saturday after losing 2-0 in the finals to Greenville. The Bucks defeated Reed City twice, once in pool play and again in the semifinals, to get the title shot. In the five-team field, Pine River was second and Reed City third, putting the two teams against each other in the semifinals. Pine River had strong attacks at the net to win 25-16, 25-20. In the final, Greenville won the first one 25-12 and then bolted out to a 23-11 lead in the second game. Chelsey Terburgh served two aces and helped the Bucks closed the gap to 24-17. Greenville prevailed for the 25-18 victory. Pine River, in pool play, defeated Marion 25-20, 25-22, split with Clare 25-22, 23-25, swept Reed CIty 25-18, 25-22 and lost to Greenville 25-19, 25-8. \u201cWe really focused this week on executing a well passed ball off a serve,\u201d Pine River coach Jana Dennis said. \u201cAs a team we really solidified that aspect of the game. Tailor Charles did a great job passing the ball all day. Our serving let us down at times and the chemistry between our hitters and setters struggled.\u201d \u201cOverall, though, I am happy with how we played. We are a young team that is growing each time we play.\u201d For Pine River,\u00a0Kyla Johnson had 20 kills and 13 digs;\u00a0Julie Justin had 12 kills, 24 digs and nine aces;\u00a0Kaylee Goodman had 14 kills 20 digs;\u00a0Brittany Davis contributed 20 kills and four blocks and\u00a0Morgan Sumpter added 15 digs and 48 assists.\u00a0Charles led the team in digs with 34.\u00a0 Reed City, in pool play, split with Clare 20-25, 25-13, lost to Pine River 25-18, 25-22, split with Greenville 13-25, 27-26 and swept Marion 25-19, 25-13. For Reed City, Ally Yarger had 10 aces, 10 kills and two blocks, followed by Jordyn Storch with three aces and a kill, Brenna Westhoff with two blocks, two kills and an ace, Skiler Brigham with six blocks, five aces and 12 kills, Alison Schermerhorn with nine aces and 21 kills, Meghan Borst with three blocks, seven aces and 12 kills and Hanna Price with two kills. \u00a0 Megan Donley, a front row right hitter was gone for personal reasons. \u201cI think we continue to improve week in and week out,\u201d Reed City coach Don Patterson said. \u201cThat\u2019s kind of the goal. I thought some kids made some leaps. Alison Schermerhorn had a lot of kills (Saturday). Jordyn, our freshman setter, made some good strides. She had some nice improvements. She\u2019s starting to get her shoulders square on the ball when she\u2019s setting. She\u2019s a hard worker and good listener.\u201d Reed City, 4-13 overall, played at Newaygo Tuesday in Central State Activities Association action. This Saturday, Reed City and Pine River are both at Cadilac. \u201cAs a team, I thought we improved defensively,\u201d Patterson said. \u201cOur serve receive started to come as the day went on.\u201d Pine River, 11-7-2, was at Lake City on Tuesday.