Tigers volleyball team bounces back against North Union


By Chad Clinger - [email protected]



RICHWOOD — The North Union Wildcats played host to the Galion Tigers volleyball team in a Mid-Ohio Athletic Conference Red Division matchup on Tuesday. After dropping the first set to the Lady Cats, Galion regrouped and went on to win the contest; 18-25, 25-14, 25-15 and 25-22. With the victory, the Tigers move to 5-8 overall on the year and 4-3 in league play.

Kasidee Sinclair lead the way for the Galion serving, going nearly perfect at 27/28 with 15 points and recorded three aces. Morgan Gregory and Callie Wildenthaler also performed big from the service line. Gregory was 17/18 with 11 points and Wildenthaler went a perfect 16/16 with nine points and one ace. Overall, Galion had six total aces for the match.

Sinclair and Wildenthaler also helped out on the defensive side of things, recording six and 13 digs, respectively. Gregory recorded seven digs in the victory as well. Chloe McCleese was active on defense too with eight digs. Galion finished the night with 42 total digs to aide in the winning cause.

The net attack duo of Marissa Gwinner and Gabby Abouhassan were busy on the for the Tigers as well. Gwinner was 49/55 on the attack while racking up 27 kills. Abouhassan was 16/18 hitting, leading to 12 kills. Galion had 49 kills against North Union on the night. Gregory was the primary ball handler for Galion, going 106/108 on the setup while adding 45 of the total 48 assists during the Tigers victory.

River Valley is up next on the schedule for Galion. The Vikings will be in town on Thursday September 22 to meet up with the Tigers. This matchup will be the annual Volley For The Cure game. All spectators are asked to wear pink if possible and tee shirts will be available for purchase at the game.

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By Chad Clinger

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