The Green and White Lady Eagles (6-0, 3-0) won by scores of 25-9, 25-5 and 25-5.
Belpre scored first in the opening set, taking a 1-0 lead on its opening serve. Eastern took its first lead of the night on the serve of Baylee Collins — going up 3-2. EHS took the lead for good with four straight points on the serve of Breanna Hayman to take the 11-6 advantage. Jordan Parker added three points, Ally Hendrix had five points and Collins finished the set with two more points.
In the second set, Eastern held Belpre without a point on serve. The Lady Eagles took a 7-0 advantage on the serve of Brenna Holter, and led 11-3 before nine consecutive points on the serve of Jamie Swatzel.
It was more of the same in the third set, with the Lady Eagles once again winning by a 25-5 score. Belpre scored just two points on its own serve, but Eastern needed just five servers to earn the win. Hendrix gave the Lady Eagles the 9-1 lead, with Collins extending the score to 15-2. Parker finished off the set with seven consecutive points.
Hendrix led the Lady Eagles with 13 points, Jamie Swatzel and Parker added 11 points each, Collins had 10 points, Holter had seven points and Hayman had five points.
Maddie Rigsby had five kills to pace the Lady Eagles at the net. Holter, Parker and Jamie Swatzel each added four kills, Kiki Osborne and Erin Swatzel had three kills each and Kelsey Myers added one kill.
Rigsby, Parker and Holter each had one block.
The Lady Eagles were 54-62 passing (.871), 52-58 spiking (.897) and 54-59 setting (.915) in the match.
The Lady Eagles JV team won by scores of 25-14 and 25-9.
Eastern will host defending TVC Hocking champion Waterford on Monday at 6 p.m.
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