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WATERFORD, Ohio — The streaks continue.


The Eastern volleyball team won its 31st straight league match while also claiming a season sweep of Waterford Thursday night following a 20-25, 25-10, 25-21, 25-22 decision during a Tri-Valley Conference Hocking Division matchup in Washington County.


The visiting Lady Eagles (15-1, 11-0 TVC Hocking) maintained their stronghold on the league lead while also picking up their 12th straight victory of the fall, although the host Lady Wildcats (11-4, 9-2) did manage to win a game against EHS for the second time this fall. Eastern won the first contest in Tuppers Plains by a 25-20, 25-18, 20-25, 25-20.


Jordan Parker led the EHS service attack with 14 points, followed by Maddie Rigsby with 12 points and Gabby Hendrix with 10 points. Erin Swatzel was next with eight points, while Ally Hendrix and Kiki Osborne rounded out the scoring with five and four points respectively.


Parker led the net attack with 20 kills, followed by Rigsby with 17 kills and Osborne with three kills. Swatzel, Ally Hendrix and Katie Keller also had two kills apiece in the triumph.


Swatzel led the Lady Eagles with eight blocks and Rigsby chipped in three blocks, while Keller and Parker each added one block. Ally Hendrix led the passing attack with 47 assists, while Gabby Hendrix had 40 digs to pace the defense.


Alyssa Miller led Waterford with nine service points in the setback.





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