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By Andrew Christiansen

Vandals sort out roles during jamboree


Andrew Christiansen

NEW HITTER: Tamaira Huffsmith receives serve against Stevenson as KyAnn Kessinger looks on. The two girls will make a lot of connections during the season, as Kessinger is sure to send a lot of sets in the direction of Huffsmith, who joins Klickitat after moving to Glenwood, and the TLG split.

Saturday was a shake down type of day for Klickitat volleyball, much like taking a new car out for a spin. And like a new car, the driver, Coach Jaecee Hoctor, took it slow for awhile to see what she had and to get everything in working order before putting the pedal to the metal to see what it would do. In this case, her new look Vandal volleyball team looked like a keeper as they dropped matches to Stevenson and Seton Catholic by 2-0 scores before opening up on Columbia-White Salmon to finish in style with a 2-0 win.

Stevenson took advantage of Klickitat in the opening games of the Stevenson Jamboree, testing the Vandals’ passing and front line game. The first game went to the Bulldo...

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