Alex Hawley firstname.lastname@example.org
September 6, 2013
ROCKSPRING, Ohio — Improvement within a match.
The Meigs volleyball team started slow Thursday night but by the end of the night they had nearly righted the ship. The Lady marauders dropped the first set 25-9 to Tri-Valley Conference Ohio Division guest Athens. The Lady Bulldogs won the second set 25-14, while taking set three by a slim 25-20 margin.
Meigs’ (1-6, 0-1 TVC Ohio) net attack was led by Olivia Cremeans and Brook Andrus with five kills apiece. Hannah Cremeans finished with four kills, while Aly Dettwiller and Brooke Reynolds each had one.
Devyn Oliver finished with seven assists for MHS, while Ariel Ellis had six. Oliver had eight digs to lead Meigs. Olivia Cremeans had a team-high three blocks, while Hannah Cremeans one block. Andrus finished with Meigs’ lone two aces.
The Lady Marauders will look to avenge this loss on September 26th, when they travel to The Plains.