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MASON, W.Va. — As the season nears its end the Lady Eagles remain unbeaten in league play, again.


The Eastern volleyball team defeated Tri-Valley Conference Hocking Division host Wahama Tuesday night in three games to push it’s unbeaten streak to 14 matches. The Lady Eagles have now won 32 consecutive league matches.


Eastern (17-1, 12-0 TVC Hocking) took the first game 25-8, the second game 25-10 and the third game 25-7 over Wahama (4-10, 2-10).


Maddie Rigsby led the Lady Eagles service attack with 21 points in the triumph, followed by Ally Hendrix with 14 points, and Gabby Hendrix with 13. Kiki Osborne had three points, Erin Swatzel finished with two and Jordan Parker recorded one point to close out the EHS scoring.


The Eastern net attack was led by Rigsby with 11 kills, followed by Swatzel with nine and Parker with eight kills. Kiki Osborne recorded four kills, Katie Keller notched three and Ally Hendrix had two kills to close out the EHS total. Ally Hendrix led EHS with 34 assists, while Gabby Hendrix led with 15 digs. Swatzel tallied three blocks to lead the net defense, followed by Parker and Ally Hendrix with one apiece.


Wahama was led by Brittany Stewart with three service points on the night, followed by Mackenzie Gabritsch with two. Olivia Hill and Kelsey Zuspan rounded out the WHS total with one point apiece.


With the win Eastern completes sweep of Wahama, as the Lady Eagles also defeated WHS in three games on September 11th in Tuppers Plains.





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