Oak Harbor wins 3rd straight / Volleyball

The Oak Harbor High School volleyball team continued it fast start in Wesco play with a 3-1 win at Shorecrest Thursday, Sept. 13.

The Wildcats (3-0) are one of only three teams in the 15-team 3A/2A division that is still unbeaten.

After Oak Harbor dropped the first set to the Scots 25-18, it rebounded to win 25-17, 25-21, 25-21.

Shorecrest is now 1-2 for the year.

Cami Bristow and Morgan Pease each collected 12 kills; Pease added four aces.

Leielle Salinger registered four kills and four aces, and Payton Parks had three kills and three aces.

Leah Quidachay tallied 31 assists.

On defense, Bristow had 21 digs, Ceirra Dean 17 and Quidachay 10.

Jasmine Ford put up four blocks.

Oak Harbor heads to Yakima for the Sundome Volleyball Festival this weekend and then hosts Lynnwood (1-1) at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 18.

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