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Odessa overwhelms both Inchelium and Harrington


October 10, 2019

Stan Dammel

Wearing pink shirts and displaying a sign saying "Block out cancer," the Tigers made quick work of the Harrington Panthers Tuesday evening, Oct. 8. Back: Tori Schlomer (16), Katreace Boss (11), Maddy Wagner (7), Emily Scrupps (8), Jocelynn Hottell (3), McKennah Davison (5), Laela Hardung (10) and Kaytlyn Shafer (14). Front: Caitlyn Schuh (13), Grace Nelson (4), Maddie Scrupps (17) and Ashlyn Neilsen (2).



The Inchelium Hornets came to town October 3 to face the Tigers and were defeated, 3-0. The win gives the Tigers an overall 8-3 record so far this season.

Od 25 25 25 3

Inch 14 5 21 0

Maddy Wagner led the team in kills with eight, and Emily Scrupps added another four. Wagner and Katreace Boss each had three service aces to pace the team in that category.

Scrupps put up four blocks to supply aggressive action for the defense. Jocelynn Hottell led in digs with six. Caitlyn Schuh had nine assists, and Ashlyn Neilsen had five. Wagner received serves 11 times, Hottell eight times.

Stan Dammel

Jocelynn Hottell goes up for the kill, supported by her teammates Ashlyn Neilsen (2), Caitlyn Schuh (13) and Emily Scrupps (8).

Scrupps was selected as the Odessa player of the match. Coach Suzie Deife said, "Emily had a great net game tonight, with four stuff blocks, five touch blocks and four kills!"


On October 8, the Tiger volleyball team won their conference game at home against Harrington, winning three straight games to take the match.

Wagner again led the Tigers in kills with six, and Zoe Niccolls of Harrington had one. Davison led Odessa in service aces with five, and for the Panthers Niccolls again had one. Neilsen served 19 times, achieving four aces and committing only one error. She also tallied seven assissts.

Od 25 25 25 3

Harr 10 8 5 0

On defense, Isabelle Kramer had one block, while the Tigers had none. Neilsen had seven assists for the Tigers, and Sidney Plaskon had one for Harrington. Wagner had two digs for Odessa, and Kramer had five digs for Harrington.


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