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TUPPERS PLAINS, Ohio — The Eastern volleyball team can’t be stopped, by anyone in the Tri-Valley Conference Hocking Division anyway.


The Lady Eagles (14-1, 10-0 TVC Hocking) earned their 30th consecutive league win Tuesday night with a victory over visiting Belpre (5-10, 2-7) in three games. EHS has now won 11 straight matches, including 18 games in a row.


The green and gold made short work of the Lady Golden Eagles, defeating them 25-8, 25-6 and 25-4 in Meigs County.


Erin Swatzel led EHS with 23 points on the night, 15 of which came in the the second game. Ally Hendrix had 19 points in the triumph, while Jordan Parker finished with six and Gabby Hendrix finished with five. Maddie Rigsby and Kiki Osborne each recorded three points to round out the scoring for Eastern.


Rigsby led Eastern with 12 kills on the night, followed by Parker with nine, Swatzel with six and Osborne with four. Katie Keller had two kills and Ally Hendrix finished with one to close out the Lady Eagles net attack. Ally Hendrix, Swatzel and Keller each finished with one block for EHS. Parker led the way for Eastern with 16 digs, while Ally Hendrix had 32 assists on the night.


This marks Eastern’s second victory over Belpre this season, the first came on September 4th in Belpre by the scores of 25-8, 25-6, and 25-6.



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