Alex Hawley firstname.lastname@example.org
October 9, 2013
ALBANY, Ohio — A fast start doesn’t always result in success.
The Meigs volleyball team won the opening game convincingly Tuesday night but it was Alexander, which had the last laugh, defeating the Lady Marauders in four games to take the Tri-Valley Conference Ohio Division win.
The Lady Marauders (7-11, 3-6 TVC Ohio) surged to a 25-13 victory in game one, but the second game went the way of the Lady Spartans 25-22. AHS won the third game by a narrow 26-24 margin and rolled to a 25-12 victory on game four, securing match victory.
Olivia Cremeans led the Maroon and Gold with 13 kills, followed by Brook Andrus with 12. Hannah Cremeans marked six kills, Aly Dettwiller had four, Devyn Oliver marked three, while Ariel Ellis finished with one kill in the setback. Oliver finished with a team-best 17 assists, followed by Ellis with 16.
With four service aces, Olivia Cremeans led the Lady Marauders, while Andurs had two and Oliver marked one. Hannah Cremeans paced the defense with two blocks, followed by Ellis and Olivia Cremeans with one apiece. Dettwiller and Oliver each had a dig in the contest.
Alexander also got the better of Meigs on September 17th in Rocksprings.