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MERCERVILLE, Ohio — The South Gallia volleyball team came up 1-1 in Thursday nights Tri-Valley Conference Hocking Division tri match, topping Miller in three games but falling to Waterford in three games.


The Lady Rebels (7-4, 3-3 TVC Hocking) defeated Miller in their first match of the night 25-7, 25-11 and 25-10. Ellie Bostic led the service attack for the victors with 18 points, followed by Shelby Sanders with 17, and Bailie Corbin with nine. Meghan Caldwell finished with eight points, Brynn Adams had four and Sara Bailey had three to round out the SGHS scoring.


Caldwell had an impressive night at the net, recording 19 kills and six blocks to lead the Lady Rebels. Bostic had four kills to go along with one block, while Adams had four kills. Sanders and Corbin each had one kill in the triumph. Corbin had two aces against Miller, while Adams and Sanders each finished with one.


South Gallia fell in the second match of the night 25-9, 25-10 and 25-13 to Waterford (9-3, 7-1). Corbin led the way for SGHS in the scoring department with nine points including two aces. Sanders, Adams, and Bailey each finished with two points, while Bostic, Caldwell and Alicia Hornsby each had one point to round out the Lady Rebels total.


Caldwell led the Lady Rebels net attack with five kills and three blocks, followed by Bostic with three kills. Corbin and Hornsby each had one kill, while Adams chipped in with a block. Bostic and Bailey each had three digs for SGHS, followed by Sanders with two and Caldwell with one.





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