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ROCKSPRINGS, Ohio — The Meigs volleyball team suffered its sixth straight setback of the 2012 season Tuesday night following a 6-25, 14-25, 6-25 decision against visiting Nelsonville-York in a Tri-Valley Conference Ohio Division matchup at Larry R. Morrison Gymnasium.


The Lady Marauders (0-6, 0-2 TVC Ohio) mustered just 26 total points and five service points in the straight-game setback, as the hosts finished the night with team totals of 11 kills, 10 assists and two blocks to go along with a 19-of-27 service performance.


Lindsay Patterson and Brook Andrus both led MHS with two service points apiece, followed by Alison Dettwiller with one point. Emily Kinnan led the net attack with five kills, followed by Mercadies George with three kills and Andrus with two kills.


Olivia Cremeans rounded things out with one kill, while the duo of Kinnan and George added a block apiece in the loss. Patterson dished out a team-high nine assists for Meigs.


The Lady Buckeyes improved to 5-2 overall and 1-1 in TVC Ohio action.





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