Pullman Greyhounds took on the Moscow Bears at Pullman High School. It was a non-league game but the Hounds were battling their biggest rivals. In a three set thriller the Hounds were able to pull through. Earlier this season Pullman beat Moscow in five sets. The set scores of this game were 25-13, 25-14, 26-24. Lucy Gao, Pullman’s senior setter, stepped up as a leader and had 34 assists for the night beating out Moscow’s setter. Another senior having a great night was Tianah Sanders, Pullman’s middle blocker, who had 3 blocks. Mikayla Uhlenkott had a good defensive night with 17 digs, beating out the other Moscow passers. She also nabbed 10 kills. The quote of the match was from Lucy Gao who said, “The first set is won by the team with the best talent. The second set is won by the team in the best shape. The final set is won by the team with the most heart.” Hounds had a good night overall.
As Pullman Girls' Swim starts there season they headed to the Wenatchee invite on Saturday September 8th taking 6th out of 11 teams that ranged from 2A teams to 4A. Freshman Mya Reed took 1st in the 50 Freestlye making a state qualifing time. The Girls' swim heads out to Prosser on September 22nd for there first league match.