Alex Hawley firstname.lastname@example.org
September 10, 2013
LOGAN, Ohio — The Blue Angels remain a half game back in the Southeastern Ohio Athletic League after holding off host Logan in five games Monday night.
The Blue Angels (7-4, 2-1 SEOAL) took the opening set 25-16 but the Lady Chiefs (5-8, 1-1) bounced back to take the second game 25-21. GAHS dominated the third set with a 25-8 victory but again Logan answered in set four with a 25-17 win. The fifth and final game went Gallia Academy’s way by a count of 15-11.
Kassie Shriver led the Blue and White with 21 points followed by Haleigh Caldwell with 15 and Jenna Meadows with nine. Chelsy Slone rounded out the GAHS total with five points on the night.
The GAHS net attack was led by Maggie Westfall with 28 kills. Slone had six kills for the Blue Angels, while Caldwell and Maggie Clagg each had five.
Grace Seibel led the hosts with 14 points, followed by Frasure with 10 and Alexis Snyder with seven. Samantha Studer had five points and Mays had three to round out the LHS scoring. Mays led the Lady Cheifs with 13 kills, Snyder had 10, followed by Seibel with eight and Mel Starlin with four.
Gallia Academy’s 2-1 league mark sets them half a game back of Warren, which currently stands at 2-0. The Blue Angels will host Logan on September 26th in hopes of sweeping the Purple and White.
Logan Daily News Sports Editor Craig Dunn contributed to this report.