Lady Marauders topple Jackson
by Alex Hawley firstname.lastname@example.org
ROCKSPRINGS, Ohio — Now that’s saving your best for last.
Holding a 2-1 lead heading into the fourth game the Meigs volleyball team laid the hammer down, defeating non-conference visitor Jackson 25-11, Wednesday night in Larry R. Morrison Gymnasium.
The Lady Marauders (8-12) won the opening game 25-20, and followed up with a 25-22 victory in game two. Jackson rallied back to take the third game 25-23 but Meigs kicked it in high gear and won game four 25-11, taking the match victory.
Ariel Ellis led the Maroon and Gold with 15 points, followed by seniors Olivia Cremeans and Aly Dettwiller with 11 points each. Hannah Cremeans marked eight points, Devyn Oliver had seven, while Brook Andrus six. Ellis had six serving aces on the night, followed by Olivia Cremeans with three, while Dettwiller and Andrus had two each. Devyn Oliver and Hannah Cremeans each had one ace in the win.
Andrus and Olivia Cremeans led the net attack with 15 kills apiece, followed by Dettwiller with nine, Hannah Cremeans with seven, Ellis with three and Oliver with one. Oliver finished with a game-high 28 assists, followed by Ellis with 17. The Meigs defense was led by Hannah Cremeans with two blocks, followed by Dettwiller, Ellis and Olivia Cremeans with one apiece. Oliver had a team-best nine digs on the night.
The Ironladies were led by Katie Hemsley and Kinnison Donaldson with 10 points apiece. Katie Hemsley had a team-best 23 assists, while Kyle Shasteen had a team-high 11 kills. Emily Landrum led the Red and White with 25 digs in the setback.
The Lady Marauders held Volley for a Cure night, raising money for breast cancer research Wednesday night.
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