Alex Hawley email@example.com
October 1, 2013
RACINE, Ohio — Back on the winning track.
After back-to-back losses the Southern volleyball team got back in the win column Monday night with a straight set victory over visiting Wahama, in a Tri-Valley Conference Hocking Division matchup in Meigs County.
The Lady Tornadoes (7-9, 7-5 TVC Hocking) took the opening game 25-19, the second game 25-15 and the final game 25-18 to earn the sweep of Wahama.
Southern was led by senior Katie Jenkins with 16 sercive points, followed by Ali Deem with eight. Celestia Hendrix marked six points, Madison Maynard had five, Marlee Maynard added four, while Hannah Hill and Haley Hill each three points.
The Lady Falcons were paced by Bunni Peters with seven points and Sierra Carmichael with six. Cynthia Hendrick had four points, while Emily Casto, Kylie Oliver and Olivia Hill each had two.
The SHS net attack was led by Jordan Huddleston with seven kills and Hendrix with six kills. Madison Maynard had four kills, while Jenkins, Baylee Hupp and Jansen Wolfe each had two. Darien Diddle marked one kill to round out the Southern total. Marlee Maynard had eight assists, followed by Jenkins with seven. Deem had a game-high six digs, while Wolfe had Southern’s lone block.
Carmichael led WHS with six kills, followed by Oliver with three and Hendrick with two. Casto, Hill and Taylor Warden each had one kill in the game. Oliver had a game-high six blocks, while Hendrick had five.
The Lady Tornadoes also defeated Wahama on September 9, in Mason.