Alex Hawley email@example.com
September 11, 2013
McARTHUR, Ohio —The skid continues.
The Lady Marauders dropped their seventh straight match Tuesday night, falling to Tri-Valley Conference Ohio Division host Vinton County in straight sets.
The Lady Vikings (1-6, 1-1 TVC Ohio) took the opening set by a count of 25-15 over the Lady Marauders (1-7, 0-2). In a close second set VCHS edged out Meigs 26-24. Vinton County secured its first win of the season with a 25-17 triumph in the third set.
Brook Andrus led Meigs with six kills in the game, followed by Olivia Cremeans with five. Hannah Cremeans added three kills, while Devyn Oliver rounded out the MHS net attack with one kill. Lindsay Patterson led Meigs with six assists, followed by Oliver with five. Olivia Cremeans finished with a team-high three serving aces, while Patterson had two and Aly Detwiller had one.
The Maroon and Gold defense was led by Oliver with six digs, and the duo of Hannah Cremeans and Olivia Cremeans with two blocks apiece. Andrus and Ariel Ellis each finished with one block each.
Meigs will look to avenge this loss on October 1st, when the Lady Vikings visit Larry R. Morrison Gymnasium in Rocksprings.