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ROCKSPRIGS, Ohio — The Meigs volleyball team fell in its regular season finale Thursday night against visiting Tri-Valley Conference Ohio Division foe Vinton County.


The Lady Marauders (4-17, 1-9 TVC Ohio) took the game 25-23 but Vinton County (9-10, 2-8) bounced back to take the second game 25-16. MHS took the third game 25-20, however the Lady Vikings won the fourth game 25-17 and the fifth game 15-12 to win the match.


Mercadies George and Emily Kinnan led the service attack for the Lady Marauders with seven points apiece. Lindsay Patterson had six points, Brook Andrus recorded five, while Brooke Reynolds and Alyson Dettwiller each finished with two points. Olivia Cremeans and Ariel Ellis each had one point to round out the MHS total.


Andrus had a team-high 16 kills on the night, followed by Kinnan and George with 14 kills apiece. Olivia Cremeans recorded four kills. while Ellis had one to round out the MHS total. Patterson finished with 45 assists on the night, while Olivia Cremeans had three blocks. Kinnan, George and Hannah Cremeans each had one block in the match.


This marks Vinton County’s second victory over Meigs this season. The first came on September 20th in McArthur in straight games.





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