ROCKSPRINGS, Ohio — The South Gallia volleyball team picked up its second straight victory in as many nights Tuesday after claiming a 25-20, 18-25, 25-17, 25-18 victory over host Meigs in a non-conference matchup at Larry R. Morrison Gymnasium in Meigs County.
Both the visiting Lady Rebels (2-0) and Lady Marauders (0-2) kept things competitive throughout the course of the contest, as each squad managed a win early on to find themselves deadlocked through two games of play. SGHS, however, found its groove over the final two games — posting wins of eight and seven points to wrap up the 3-1 match decision.
Sara Bailey led the guests with 17 service points, followed by Brynn Adams with 15 points and Ellie Bostic with eight points. Shelby Sanders was next with six points, while Meghan Caldwell added five points. Bailie Corbin chipped in four points to the winning cause, while Alicia Hornsby rounded out the scoring with one point.
Caldwell led the net attack with 10 kills and eight blocks, followed by Ellie Bostic with seven kills and Adams with five kills and two blocks. Katie Bostic also had three kills in the triumph.
Olivia Cremeans led the hosts with seven service points, followed by Brooke Reynolds with a five points. Mercadies George was next with three points, while Chandra Mattox added two service points. Lindsay Patterson, Brook Andrus and Emily Kinnan also had a point each in the setback.
Kinnan led the MHS net attack with nine kills and four blocks, followed by George with seven kills and Andrus with six kills. Olivia Cremeans and Hannah Cremeans also had four kills apiece, with Olivia adding a team-high eight blocks and Hannah chipping in seven blocks.
Patterson also had a team-best 17 assists in the loss.