MERCERVILLE, Ohio — A true case of the Mondays.
The South Gallia volleyball team was swept by non-conference guest Huntington on Monday in Gallia County.
South Gallia (4-12) tied the opening game at one, but gave up the never 11 points and ultimately fell 25-7.
HHS never trailed in Game 2, scoring the first five points, as well as the last nine, on their way to the 25-12 victory.
SGHS led 1-0 in Game 3, but gave up the next six points and never regained the lead, eventually falling 25-10.
Emma Shamblin led the Red and Gold with four service points, followed by Natalie Johnson, Bella Cochran and Ryleigh Halley with one each.
In their last Tri-Valley Conference Hocking Division contest, SGHS fell in straight games on Thursday at Trimble, by counts of 25-10, 25-5, and 25-11.
Halley had a team-best three service points, Cochran and Johnson added two points each, while Shamblin and Makayla Waugh claimed a point apiece.
Trimble also swept SGHS on Sept. 15 in Mercerville.
After visiting Eastern on Tuesday, South Gallia will be back on its home court against Federal Hocking on Thursday.
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