By Jeremy McDonald
SCIO, Ore.– There was some rust for Scio coming off their little lay-off the past ten days against Blanchet Catholic.
Nonetheless, the Loggers settled in as they picked up their tenth win of the season in a 25-16, 25-11, 25-9 sweep over the Cavaliers. Getting stronger in each of the three sets as they get back into the groove of things for their seventh-straight victory.
The adversity was good to see and they were able to respond as they held small lead margins in the second and third sets of 8-5 and 11-9 respectively.
“I think our team is really good in pushing through the point when other teams are scoring on us,” Makenna Ramsey said.
“It’s really fun having a game in which it isn’t a blowout, it’s a back-and-forth. It’s a lot of fun to have those opportunities,” adds Tyra Lefever.
Both sets saw the Loggers go on runs. 11-1 in the second set before a 14-0 rally in the third set to finish off their eight-sweep of the year. Good momentum as they hit the road for their next two games, Thursday at Amity and Saturday at Yamhill-Carlton, looking to continue their dominance in the PacWest Conference sitting at 4-0 in league play and 10-2 overall.
“The biggest thing is that we need to keep having fun as a team, we’re at the point in the season in which we need it the most,” Olivia Betty said. “We’re coming to a close to our season and I think it’s really fun that we’re pushing through as a team.”
First serve against the Warriors is scheduled for 6:30pm.
Photos By Jeremy McDonald