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Tigers playing well this season

 

September 28, 2017



Football

Playing in Odessa last Friday evening, the OHS Tiger football team had senior quarterback Colton Hunt back in action, leading the Tigers to their second lop-sided victory of the season over Touchet by a score of 64-14. Hunt completed five of six pass attempts for 101 yards.

Touchet 6 0 0 8 14

Odessa 44 14 0 6 64

Touchet6008   14
Odessa441406   64

The ground game was even better for the Tigers with 418 yards rushing. Senior running back Gaven Elder carried 10 times for a total of 152 yards, Camden Weber five times for 138 yards, Joshua Clark four times for 68 yards and freshman Jett Nelson once for 10 yards, while QB Hunt kept the ball six times for another 50 yards.

In the passing game, Clark caught two passes for 76 yards and Marcus King caught one for 17 yards.

On defense, Hunt and freshman Pilot Weishaar each had nine tackles to lead the team. Elder contributed seven tackles, Brady Walter and King six each, Weber five and Lane Lobe four. Lobe and Tim DeWulf also each had one QB sack, and Weber had the team’s only pass interception.

Tomorrow, September 29, the Tigers play Wellpinit, also in Odessa, at Finney Field at 7 p.m.

Volleyball

The Tiger volleyball team won three out of four of their last matches against the Wellpinit Redskins, the Valley Christian Panthers, the Cusick Panthers and the Selkirk Rangers. All four matches were played in Odessa.

The Tigers took the win in three on September 19 against the Wellpinit. The final scores were:

Game one: 25-15 Odessa

Game two: 25-13 Odessa

Game three: 25-23 Odessa

Caitlyn Schuh led the Tigers with a total of five aces and Brenna Carstensen had eight assists. Maleah Davison landed six kills, while sister McKennah Davison had four blocks. Leading in digs with six was Natosha Boss.

On September 21, the Tigers gave the Valley Christian Panthers a slight glimmer of hope when they lost game three of the set, forcing a fourth game won by Odessa.

Game one: 25-25 Odessa

Game two: 25-11 Odessa

Game three:11-25 VC

Game four: 25-15 Odessa

Schuh had a total of four aces, and Carstensen had a total of 15 assists. Ma. Davison had five blocks and a whopping 20 kills. Boss had 13 digs.

September 23 found the Tigers playing both Cusick and Selkirk. The first match was against the Cusick Panthers at noon, and Odessa took three out of four games for the win.

Game one: 25-18 Odessa

Game two: 22-25 Cusick

Game three: 25-23 Odessa

Game four: 25-16 Odessa

Jordan Larmer led the team with a total of 12 aces, Carstensen had 16 assists, Ma. Davison had 11 kills, Mc. Davison led in blocks with eight and Schuh had 14 digs.

Against the Selkirk Rangers, the Tigers lost in three, showing some spunk in game two but appearing rather lackluster in the other two games. That was a lot of volleyball for one day.

Game one: 25-13 Selkirk

Game two: 26-24 Selkirk

Game three: 25-13 Selkirk

Amber Smith, Larmer, Carstensen and Mc. Davison each had one service ace, Carstensen led with 13 assists, Mc. Davison with two blocks, Ma. Davison with seven kills and Schuh with 12 digs.

On Saturday, September 23, the Tiger volleyball team will hit the road and play another double-header, this time against both the Curlew Cougars and Republic Tigers in those two towns. The following Tuesday, October 3, the team travels to Northport to take on the Mustangs.

 

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