Riding high from a win against Rainier, Morton-White Pass couldn’t carry over that momentum in a four set loss to Stevenson (25-20, 23-25, 26-24, 25-8) Tuesday night.
“We were staying right with them in all the games until the fourth game we had an injury that forced a lineup change and never were able to get back momentum,” Timberwolves coach Tammy Kelly said.
The Timberwolves were led by Chloe Kelly’s 10 assists and six kills, Maddie Clevenger’s five kills, and Natalia Armstrong’s 80 digs on serve receive and defense. MWP served 97% for the night.
They’ll look to rebound against Kalama on Thursday.