By: Bryan Waltersbwalters@heartlandpublications.com
September 12, 2012
TUPPERS PLAINS, Ohio — The Eastern volleyball team captured its 24th straight league victory Tuesday night following a convincing 25-8, 25-6, 25-7 decision over visiting Wahama in a Tri-Valley Conference Hocking Division matchup at the Eagles Nest.
The Lady Eagles (7-1, 4-0 TVC Hocking) had little trouble with the Lady Falcons (1-4, 1-4), as the hosts amassed 34 kills and five blocks while surrendering just five service points on the night. Eastern has now won six of its seven matches third year in three games.
Ally Hendrix led the Eastern service attack with 27 points, followed by Maddie Rigsby with 17 points. Both players had at least one game with 10 service points, and Hendrix had efforts of 10 and 14 points in the final two games.
Kiki Osborne was next with eight points, followed by Gabby Hendrix with four points and Jordan Parker with three points. Erin Swatzel rounded out the service scoring with two points.
Swatzel led the net attack with 11 kills and three blocks, followed by Parker with nine kills and Rigsby with five kills. Osborne and Katie Keller each added four kills to the winning cause, while Ally Hendrix had one kill to go along with a team-high 32 assists.
Osborne and Gabby Hendrix also added a block apiece, and Gabby also had a team-best 13 digs defensively.
Olivia Hill led Wahama with three service points, followed by Brittany Stewart and Sierra Carmichael with one point each.