Last updated: July 26. 2013 4:06PM - 158 Views
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GLOUSTER, Ohio — The Meigs volleyball team dropped it’s second straight contest Wednesday night after falling to Trimble in three games in Athens County.

The Lady Tomcats took the opening game of the non-league match 25-13, while taking the second 25-16. Trimble closed out the Lady Marauders (2-11) with a 25-10 win in the third game.

Lindsay Patterson led the Lady Marauders scoring with eight service points on the night. Brooke Reynolds and Emily Kinnan rounded out the MHS scoring with two points apiece in the match.

Kinnan and Brook Andrus led the net attack with five kills apiece, while Mercadies George and Olivia Cremeans each finished with two. Kinnan also led the Lady marauders in blocks with three, while Olivia Cremeans had two. George and Andrus each had one block for Meigs.

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