By: Alex Hawleyahawley@heartlandpublications.com
September 17, 2012
MERCERVILLE, Ohio — Early season streak snapped.
The South Gallia volleyball team had its three-match winning streak snapped Saturday when it fell to Tri-Valley Conference Hocking Division guest Trimble in three games in Gallia County.
South Gallia (5-3, 2-2 TVC Hocking) dropped the opening game 25-12. Trimble won the second game 26-24, and completed the night by winning the final game 25-19.
Senior Meghan Caldwell led the SGHS scoring on the night with 10 points, followed by Bailie Corbin with seven. Shelby Sanders finished with five points for the Lady Rebels, while Brynn Adams had two. Ellie Bostic, Sara Bailey and Alicia Hornsby each finished with one point on the night.
Caldwell also led the Lady Rebels in kills with nine total, followed by Bostic with five. Adams finished with three kills, while Corbin finished with one to round out the SGHS net attack. Caldwell had four blocks on the night to lead South Gallia, while Bostic had three and Adams finished with two. Bailey had four digs for the Lady Rebels, while Sanders finished with two. Bostic and Hornsby each had one dig in the contest.