October 9, 2012
WATERFORD, Ohio — The South Gallia volleyball team fell in its regular season home finale Tuesday night to visiting Waterford in three games. The match was a Tri-Valley Conference Hocking Division and was senior night for South Gallia.
Waterford (16-4, 13-2 TVC Hocking) took the first game of the night 25-16 over the Lady Rebels (11-9, 7-8), while taking the second game 25-12 and the third game 25-18.
Sara Bailey led the South Gallia service attack with nine points, followed by Shelby Sanders with seven, and Bailie Corbin with five. Brynn Adams had two points to close out the SGHS total.
Meghan Caldwell had nine kills on the night to lead the net attack for South Gallia. Ellie Bostic had five kills on the night while Adams had one kill. Caldwell finished with six blocks on the night, while Bostic had three.
Brooke Drayer paced Waterford with 13 service points in the triumph. Following Drayer, Alyssa Miller score nine points, Chelsey Paxton recorded six, and both Laura Hill and Jayde Heiss finished with five. Taylor Hilverding finished with four points on the night.
The Lady Cats net attack was led by Drayer with 13 kills, followed by Heiss with nine. Paxton and Hill each had eight kills, while Hilverding had six, Miller recorded three, and Maddy Sury finished with one kill. Miller led Waterford with 35 assists on the night, while Paxton had both of the Lady Cats blocks.
This marks the second victory for Waterford over the Lady Rebels this season. The first came on September 18th in Waterford by a count of 25-9 25-10 25-13. Waterford has been rolling as of late, winning its last five matches, the last four of which came in straight games.
South Gallia has now lost two consecutive contests heading into the season finale.