Macho-Man volleyball raises money for T-Club

Photo by Terry MillsJunior Wade Detillian, on left, and Brandon Wahl and Josh McDaniel on the right during the juniors vs. seniors Macho Man Volleyball match on Wednesday, Nov. 12.

Photo by Terry MillsJunior Wade Detillian, on left, and Brandon Wahl and Josh McDaniel on the right during the juniors vs. seniors Macho Man Volleyball match on Wednesday, Nov. 12.

TONASKET-Macho-Man volleyball raised money for the T-Club at Tonasket High School on Wednesday, Nov. 12.

“The T-Club, [which is] the letterman’s club, wanted to do Macho-Man volleyball for a fundraiser,” Glenn Braman, a ninth grade English and reading teacher, said. “To the best of my knowledge, they have done it in the past, but it was an activity at lunchtime for Winter Spirit Week, not a full-fledged evening event.”

The freshman team was John Stedtfeld, Jared Stedtfeld, Nick Luera, Lucas Detillian, Ryker Marchand and Lazaro Ortega with Kendra Dellinger, Eli Rampley and Amber Kilpatrick as their coaches.

The sophomore team consisted of Mach Gschiel, Tyler Laurie, Zach Neal, Corbin Mirick, Riley Buzzard, Tyler Thornton, Lee Leavell and Keegan McCormick with Jayden Hawkins and Taylor Ayers as their coaches.

The junior team was made up of Wade Detillian, Terrell Cross, Blake Long, Damon Sprague, Randy Kothman and Andrew Grillo with April Webber and Falisha Laurie as their coaches.

For the senior team, Cierra Silverthorn and Jessica Kitterman coached Joe Martinez, Brandon Wahl, Austin Olma, Michael Hulse, Jeramy Dellinger, Kody Ayers, Justin Mann and Josh McDaniel.

Braman said the juniors beat the freshman and then the sophomores beat the seniors. Next the seniors beat the freshman and the juniors beat the sophomores. The juniors came in first place, the sophomores in second place, the seniors were in third place and the freshman finished in fourth place.

“It was a fun event that we will try to do again next year,” Braman said. “We’ll get the word out more and make it a better event each year.”

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