ROCKSPRINGS, Ohio — A turn for the worse.
Since defeating South Gallia in the opening game of the season the Lady Marauders have dropped two stright contest; the latest of which came by a 3-1 count to Federal Hocking in Larry R Morrison Gymnasium, Thursday night.
The Lady Lancers (2-0) took the first two games 25-19 and 25-18 respectively, but Meigs (1-2) rallied to avoid the sweep with a 25-16 third set win. Federal Hocking took the fourth game 25-22 to take the 3-1 match victory.
Kelsey Hudson led the Lady Marauders service attack with 11 points, followed by Brooke Reynolds and Devyn Oliver with seven apiece. Olivia Cremeans marked six points, while Brook Andrus and Ariel Ellis each added three. Lindsay Patterson finished with two points and rounding out the MHS scoring total was Aly Dettwiller with one marker.
Andrus and Olivia Cremeans weach finished with seven kills to pace the Lady Marauders net attack. Hudson added six kills, Hannah Cremeans had three, while Dettwiller finsihed with two kills. Dettwiller and Oliver tied for a team-high with nin digs apiece, while Ellis had 10 assists for the Maroon and Gold. The Meigs net defense was anchored by Hannah Cremeans with eight blocks, followed by Hudson and Olivia Cremeans with three blocks each. Ellis finished with two blocks, while Andrus had one to round out the Meigs total.
Mckenzie Steele led the victors with 13 points, including 11 in the final game. Andrea Russell marked 12 points, Megan Thompson finished with nine, while Makayla Williams had six. Ashton Cale’s five points and Charlee Cobb’s four rounded out the FHHS total.
Steele and Williams each marked six kills in the win, while Russell had five and Thompson marked one. Cale finished with a game-high 13 assists, whole Whitney Gillian led the Lady Lancers with five digs. Thompson and Williams each had four blocks in the win.
This is the lone scheduled meeting between these teams this season.