NELSONVILLE, Ohio — Momentum is a powerful tool.
Meigs faced Tri-Valley Conference Ohio Division foe Nelsonville-York Tuesday night in Athens County. The Lady Buckeyes (13-3, 5-2 TVC Ohio) had six of their last seven matches coming into play and defeated the Lady Marauders (2-14, 0-7) 25-5, 25-15 and 25-11 in three games.
Lindsay Patterson, Olivia Cremeans, and Brooke Reynolds led the Lady Marauders with two service points apiece. Brook Andrus, and Mercadies George each finished with one point on the night. Patterson led Meigs with 10 assists in the game.
The MHS net attack was led by Emily Kinnan with six kills in the match, followed by Andrus with five. Olivia Cremeans had three kills and George had one to round out the Lady Marauders total. Hannah Cremeans had two blocks for Meigs.
Meigs has just completed one of the tougher parts of its schedule, as the Lady Marauders last three opponents hold a combined record of 44-7.
Nelsonville-York also defeated Meigs on September 11th in Rocksprings by a count of 25-6, 25-14 and 25-6.