KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Head coach Greg Stewart announced that former Henley High School standout Kelly Scott (Klamath Falls, Ore.) will join the Oregon Tech softball team beginning this fall.
Scott, a transfer pitcher from Mt. Hood Community College, helped guide the Saints to a runner-up finish at the Northwest Athletic Conference softball championships this past year as a freshman. Scott will begin her sophomore season for the Owls this fall.
At Mt. Hood CC Scott was a second-team NWAC Southern Region all-star after compiling a 23-7 mark in the circle. Scott tallied 137 strikeouts and just 45 walks in 178 innings pitched on the year.
At Henley High School Scott was named the Skyline Conference Pitcher of the Year and a Second-Team All-State selection in 2014 after helping the Hornets to a 4A runner-up finish. Scott finished her senior season at HHS with a 24-6 record, including 209 strikeouts in 194 innings pitched. Scott would finish the season with a 1.91 ERA, including three no-hitters and one perfect game.
“I am happy to add a high-caliber pitcher and person to our team next year in Kelly Scott,” said Stewart. “She will help us right away in the circle and be another quality Klamath Falls athlete in our program. Kelly has very good command and has the potential to be a top-notch pitcher in the Cascade Conference.”
Kelly is the daughter of James and Ann Scott.