Alex Hawley firstname.lastname@example.org
August 29, 2013
ROCKSPRINGS, Ohio — Can’t stop the skid.
The Meigs volleyball team dropped its fourth straight contest Wednesday night, falling to visiting Trimble in straight sets.
The Lady Tomcats (2-0) took the opening game 25-18 over Meigs (1-4) while taking the second and third set by a count 25-20 each game.
MHS junior Lindsay Patterson led the Maroon and Gold with eight service points, followed by Brook Andrus with four. Aly Dettwiller and Kelsey Hudson each marked three points, while Olivia Cremeans had two points and Devyn Oliver marked one.
Andrus led the net attack for the Lady Marauders with five kills, followed by Hanah Cremeans and Olivia Cremeans with three each. Oliver led the way with seven assists for MHS, while Dettwiller had a team-high 10 digs. Olivia Cremeans finished with a game-high four blocks, while Hannah Cremeans had two and Ariel Ellis finsihed with one.
Trimble was led by Tori Null with 10 service points, followed by Breana Hardy and Trista Lackey with eight points each. Lauren Riley added five points, Tia Savage finished with four, while Nikki Kish rounded out the Lady Tomcats total with two points.
Savage led Trimble with 12 kills, followed by Kish with five. Lackey and Morgan Murphy each added three kills and Hardy rounded out the THS net attack with one kill. Null’s 10 assists led the Lady Tomcats, while the net defense was led by Kish and Hannah Warren with two blocks each.
This is the only meeting between Trimble and Meigs this season.