The Odessa Record -

Tigers win 3 matches in one day, going to state

 

November 14, 2019

Stan Dammel

Caitlyn Schuh (13) sets the ball, backed up by Ashlyn Neilsen (2) in Saturday's action at Northwest Christian High School in Colbert.

Republic

The Tiger volleyball team played at peak performance last Saturday, November 9, in District play at Northwest Christian High School. Against the other Tigers in the league, the Odessa Tigers were relentless.

Rep 17 7 13 0

Od 25 25 25 3

McKennah Davison was on fire, tallying 16 kills, with Maddy Wagner adding eight more and Jocelynn Hottell six. Ashlyn Neilsen had six service aces to lead the team. Wagner led in digs with 12, and Grace Nelson, Laela Hardung and Caitlyn Schuh each contributed seven. Schuh had 17 assists, Neilsen nine and Kaytlyn Shafer eight.

Davison and Wagner each had one block.

Curlew

It was another cat fight for the Tiger volleyball team later the same day as the team faced the Curlew Cougars. Once again the Tigers were psyched up and ready for the challenge.

Cur 10 16 16 0

Od 25 25 25 3

Stan Dammel

Jocelynn Hottell and Ashlyn Neilsen (2) go up for the block in district play at Northwest Christian High School in Colbert last Saturday.

Wagner led the team with 10 kills, followed by Davison's eight and Hottell's seven. Wagner also led in service aces with five. Wagner, Nelson and Schuh each had four digs, while Schuh also led in assists with 13.

Hottell had two blocks and Neilsen had one.

Selkirk

After losing twice to Selkirk during regular season play, the Tiger girls were ready to give their all in their third match of the day. And that they did.

Sel 19 14 17 0

Od 25 25 25 3

Wagner's 13 kills paced the Odessa team, as did her seven service aces. Schuh led in assists with 18 and Wagner led in digs with 11.

Hottell had three blocks, with Davison and Wagner contributing one each.

On Thursday, November 14, the Tigers play in the state tournament at the Yakima Sundome, beginning at 8 a.m. against Three Rivers Christian of Longview.

 

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