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October 15, 2013
ASHTON, W.Va. — The Hannan volleyball team made progressions throughout the contest, but the hosts never did manage to catch up with Wahama following a 25-4, 25-12, 25-19 decision Tuesday night in a non-conference Volley for the Cure match between Mason County programs.
The Lady Wildcats (0-16) stormed out to early leads of 1-0 and 2-1 in the first game, but the visiting Lady Falcons countered with 24 of the next 26 points to claim a 21-point decision and a 1-0 match lead.
Wahama (5-12) never trailed again the rest of the night, as the guests led by as many as 13 points in Game 2 en route to a 13-point decision and a 2-0 match lead. WHS claimed its biggest lead of Game 3 at 11-3, but Hannan countered with a 14-9 run to close to within 20-17.
The Lady Falcons scored five of the last seven points to secure the six-point win and a 3-0 match decision.
Cynthia Hendrick led the Wahama service attack with 14 points, followed by Emily Casto with 13 points and Sierra Carmichael with 12 points. Bunni Peters added five points to the winning cause, while Kylie Oliver and Olivia Hill rounded things out with respective tallies of four points and one point.
Jesica Cornell paced the HHS service attack with five points, followed by Latosha Stover with four points. Jazi Casto and Heather Ellis also added two service points apiece in the setback.