September 25, 2012
MERCERVILLE, Ohio — The streaks continues.
The Eastern volleyball team won its 10th consecutive match, its 29th straight Tri-Valley Conference Hocking Division match and its 15th game in a row Monday night with a triumph over host South Gallia.
The Lady Eagles (13-1, 9-0 TVC Hocking) won 25-12, 25-8 and 25-9 over the Lady Rebels (7-5, 3-4).
Eastern’s service attack was led by Ally Hendrix with 16 points, including 11 straight to start the second game. Erin Swatzel had 10 points for EHS, while Maddie Rigsby and Gabby Hendrix with nine points apiece. Kiki Osborne had four points and Jordan Parker finished with three to round out the Lady Eagles scoring.
Rigsby led the victors with 13 kills, followed by Parker with 12 and Swatzel with seven. Osborne and Katie Keller each had three kills while Gabby Hendrix and Ally Hendrix each finished with one kill each. Keller led the Lady Eagles with two blocks, while Parker and Swatzel each had one. Ally Hendrix had 38 assists to lead Eastern while Gabby Hendrix had 20 digs in the triumph.
Brynn Adams led South Gallia with three service points, followed by Ellie Bostic and Meghan Caldwell with two points apiece. Bailie Corbin finished with one point to round out the SGHS scoring. Bostic and Caldwell each had four kills for the Lady Rebels while Adams had two. Caldwell led the hosts with four blocks on the night. Corbin and Bailey each had two digs in the contest, followed by Bostic and Shelby Sanders with one apiece.
This is Eastern’s second victory over South Gallia this year. The first came in the season opener on August 30th in Tuppers Plains. The Lady Eagles won the first game 25-6, and the next two games 25-14.