MASON, W.Va. — The South Gallia volleyball team completed its season sweep of Tri-Valley Conference Hocking Division host Wahama Monday night in four games.
The Lady Falcons (4-10, 2-10 TVC Hocking) edged SGHS (9-6, 6-4) in the opening game 27-25, before falling in the second game 25-9. The Lady Rebels took the third game 26-24, and the fourth game 25-17 to secure the road win.
Meghan Caldwell led the service attack for South Gallia with 20 points, followed by Brynn Adams with 12. Ellie Bostic had 11 points, Sara Bailey had nine, Shelby Sanders finished with seven and Bailie Corbin rounded out the SGHS scoring with three points.
Ellie Bostic and Caldwell had 14 kills apiece to pace the Lady Rebels at the net, followed by Brynn Adams. Bailie Corbin finished with two kills and Sara Bailey had one kill to close out the South Gallia net attack. Bostic and Caldwell each had two blocks, while Adams finished with one. Bailey and Corbin each had two digs to lead the Lady Rebels, while Caldwell, Ellie Bostic and Katie Bostic each had one.
This marks the second time SGHS has defeated the Lady Falcons this season. The first came on September 10th in Mercerville where SGHS won three straight games to claim victory after dropping the first game of the match. Seniors Meghan Caldwell and Ellie Bostic have stood out in both games against the Lady Falcons this year. In two matches against Wahama this year Caldwell had 35 total service points and 26 total kills, while Ellie Bostic had 24 total points and 30 total kills.
No statistical information from Wahama was available at presstime.