Playing host to Onalaska Thursday, the Morton-White Pass volleyball team defeated the Loggers in a straight sweep, 25-20, 25-14, 25-18.
The Timberwolves got off to a bit of a slow start, committing hitting and serving errors, but eventually settled in to win convincingly at home.
Chloe Kelly had a game-high 13 kills with eight assists, Emarey Hampton had three kills and five aces on perfect serving, and Keegan Ingalsbe added two more aces on perfect serving.
Kenzee Mays contributed 10 more assists with three aces in the win.
“Chloe and Kenzee have been working well together, it’s exciting to see,” T-Wolves coach Tammy Kelly said. “It was nice to get a league win, we have played three pretty tough teams in our first three league games.”
The Timberwolves head to Rainier for their next match on the road while Ony takes on Napavine at home.