The Odessa Record -

Tigers hold on to undefeated season

 

Last updated 1/25/2020 at 4:50pm

--Photo for The Record by Lauren Crosby.

Head basketball coach Larry Weber announced at Friday night's varsity basketball game that two Odessa coaches have been inducted into the Washington State Coaches Association Hall of Fame, current football coach Jeff Nelson and retired girls volleyball coach Ken Scherr. Together they have 12 state championships.

Odessa vs. Oakesdale

On Tuesday, January 14, the Tigers drove south to Oakesdale to take on the Nighthawks.

Od 11 18 8 26 63

Oak 11 18 13 12 54

The Tigers and Nighthawks were well matched in the first half which ended with a tied score. Odessa poured it on in the fourth quarter, however, and secured the win.

Ryan Moffet scored 37 points to lead the offense, while Marcus King added 10.

King led in rebounds with 10 to pace the defense.

Odessa vs. Cusick

On Friday, January 17, the Tigers faced Cusick at home in Odessa.

Od 31 9 13 29 82

Cus 32 2 10 11 55

--Photo for The Record by Lauren Crosby.

The Tiger boys on defense against Cusick last Friday were formidable. Eric Johnston (#21) and Jett Nelson (behind the shooter) gang up to prevent the basket. Jaden Hunt (#24) and Camden Weber (#3) await the outcome. Tigers prevail by a score of 82-55.

The Tigers and Panthers were evenly matched in the first quarter, with Odessa a little slow finding its rhythm.

Moffet found himself closely guarded at the outset, but finally broke out to score a total of 40 points via six 3-pointers and 10 field goals. Marcus King added another 12 points and Camden Weber 10.

Weber was the top rebounder with nine. The team as a whole had seven steals.

Odessa vs. Curlew

On Saturday, January 18, the Tigers traveled to Curlew to take on the Cougars, winning 68 to 29.

Od 28 26 11 3 68

Cur 3 8 8 10 29

Ryan Moffet scored 31 points, with teammates Jacob Scrupps and Marcus adding nine points each and Jaden Hunt adding 8.

King led the rebounding with nine, and Moffet was the lead thief with four steals, although almost all of the other Tigers also had steals.

 

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