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Another winning week

 

October 12, 2017



Football

The Tigers shut out the visiting Pateros Billy Goats by a score of 77-0 Friday night, October 6, at Finney Field.

Starting quarterback Camden Weber opened up the scoring on a 49-yard QB keeper to put six points on the board. Gaven Elder made the two-point conversion on a pass play from Weber. Backup QB Jett Nelson scored next, also keeping the ball and going 44 yards for the TD. Colton Hunt made the two-point conversion on a pass from Nelson. Hunt then scored six on a 47-yard pass play from Nelson, and Nelson also kicked the ball for the extra point.

Elder then scored the next two TDs, one from 10 yards out at the end of the first quarter and the other from 56 yards out to open the second-quarter scoring. Both extra-point conversion attempts failed, however. Hunt scored on a10-yard pass from Nelson, but again the kick for the extra point was no good. Marcus King scored on a 29-yard run to close out the scoring in the first half. The conversion attempt failed.

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After half-time, the Tigers pretty much sealed the fate of the Billy Goats when Pilot Weishaar intercepted a pass and ran it back 60 yards for a touchdown. Hunt ran the ball for the two-point conversion. Elder ran 34 yards for the next score, and Brady Walter got the two-point conversion on a pass from Nelson that ended the third-quarter scoring.

In the fourth quarter, Walter ran 10 yards for the TD, then carried again for the two-point conversion. Walter also made the final score of the game on a 26-yard run. The extra-point kick attempt was unsuccessful.

Volleyball

The Odessa girls volleyball team hit the road Tuesday, October 3, where the Lady Tigers beat the Northport Mustangs every other match to end with a final score of 3-2.

The scores are as follows:

Game 1: 25-16 Tigers

Game 2: 26-28 Mustangs

Game 3: 25-12 Tigers

Game 4: 22-25 Mustangs

Game 5: 15-1 Tigers

McKennah Davison had a total of 14 aces and Brenna Carstensen had 22 assists. Maddy Wagner ended the night with 12 kills and 13 digs, while Maleah Davison had two blocks.

Next for the Tiger volleyball team is a home game on Saturday, October 14 against the Inchelium Hornets at noon.

 

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