|9/3/2013 1:21:00 PM|
Volleyball opens season at jamboree
|The Lady Outlaws' volleyball team opened their pre-season at the Summit Jamboree on Friday, August 30. Sisters matched up against Redmond, Crook County, Ridgeview and Madras, each in a 25-minute game.|
Sisters lost to Crook County but came out on top against the remaining three teams. No scores or stats were kept.
Coach Miki McFadden was able to try different line-ups and put players in various positions throughout the day. All 12 players on the roster were able to play, and McFadden got a good look at her players and their abilities.
"We learned a lot today," stated McFadden. "The new players on the team got the jitters out, and it was a good start to the season. Everybody felt good about the day. We played good teams, so we got a good view of everybody."
The Outlaws play at Madras on Wednesday, September 4, in two tough games against Madras and Crook County. Three days later Sisters will play at Cascade in the Cascade High School Tournament. Fourteen teams will be in attendance, including several from the Sky-Em League.
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