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October 2, 2013
ROCKSPRINGS, Ohio — Back to winning ways.
The Meigs volleyball snapped its three game skid Tuesday night with a four set over Tri-Valley Conference Ohio Division guest Vinton County.
The Lady Marauders (6-10, 2-4 TVC Ohio) dropped the opening game 25-15 but rallied back to take the next three 25-19, 25-18 and 25-17 respectively.
Brook Andrus led the Maroon and Gold with 10 kills in the match, followed by Olivia Cremeans with eight and Aly Dettwiller with seven. Devyn Oliver had two kills, while Hannah Cremeans marked one to round out the MHS total. Oliver led the Marauders with 15 assists, while Ariel Ellis added 12.
The MHS defense was led by Hannah Cremeans with seven blocks, followed by Olivia Cremeans with one. Oliver marked a team-high five digs, while Andurs had six serving aces to lead MHS. Oliver and Ellis each marked three aces, Olivia Cremeans had two, while Dettwiller had one.
The Lady Marauders lost to Vinton County on September 10, in McArthur.