JACKSON, Ohio — The Meigs volleyball team may have let one get away Wednesday night following a 21-25, 25-12, 16-25, 25-14, 11-15 setback to host Jackson in a non-conference matchup in the Apple City.
The visiting Lady Marauders (4-16) led 20-13 in the opening game before the Ironladies (9-13) reeled off a 12-1 run to claim a 1-0 match lead. Both teams traded games the rest of the way, allowing JHS to snap a four-match losing skid while earning the 3-2 decision.
Meigs — which outscored the Ironladies in the match by a 98-91 margin in points — finished the night 92-of-98 serving and also had team totals of 44 kills, 41 assists and 10 blocks in the setback.
Brooke Reynolds led the MHS service attack with 13 points, followed by Brook Andrus with nine points. Lindsay Patterson, Emily Kinnan and Olivia Cremeans all chipped in eight points apiece, while Mercadies George added five points. Alyson Dettwiller and Ariel Ellis respectively had two points and one point.
Andrus led the net attack with 14 kills, while Kinnan followed closely with 13 kills. George and Olivia Cremeans also had 11 and six kills, respectively, in the loss. Kinnan had a team-best four blocks, while George and Hannah Cremeans had two blocks each. Ellis and Andrus also added a block each.
Patterson led the passing game with 35 assists and Ellis also had six assists for the Lady Marauders.