KNAPPA — The action was hot Tuesday night in a Northwest League volleyball contest at Knappa, where the Loggers and Nestucca battled for five games.
The Bobcats ultimately got the victory, 19-25, 25-21, 18-25, 25-20, 15-8.
The Loggers led from start to finish in Game 1, but let Game 2 slip away as Nestucca rallied to even the match.
Knappa stormed back in the third game and “took care of business with the help of some excellent serving by K.K. (Kaitlyn Truax),” said Logger coach Jeff Kaul.
Knappa led 13-10 midway through Game 4, but Nestucca rallied to tie at 16-16. The Bobcats eventually won the back and forth battle to force a fifth game.
And some strong serving by the ‘Cats in Game 5 helped Nestucca pull off the road win.
The Loggers have a week off before playing at Faith Bible Sept. 19.