Cardinal spikers go 3-5 in recent action


Messenger file photo by Chris McCarthy

Messenger file photo by Chris McCarthy

Gadsden State recently went 2-4 in volleyball action. On Monday, September 20, the Lady Cardinals (3-8, 2-6) fell to Coastal Alabama South, 23-25, 17-25, 19-25. For Gadsden State, Moriah Seay had 12 kills, followed by Sidney Peterson with eight and Maegan Milligan with five. Savanah Free had 26 assists, while Milligan served up four aces. Bliss Brown (pictured above) came up with 12 digs, followed by Milligan with 10, Free with seven, Seay with six and Madalynn Owen with five.
On September 16, Gadsden State swept Bevill State in three sets. 25-12, 25-6, 25-14. For Gadsden State, Seay had seven kills, followed by Peterson and Milligan with six each and Savannah Manley with five. Peterson also served up eight aces. Free distributed 22 assists, while Owen came up with 12 digs.
On September 17, the Lady Cardinals opened Itawamba (Miss.) Tournament with an 18-25, 25-23, 25-19, 26-24 victory over Pearl River. Seay had 15 kills, followed by Milligan with nine and
Peterson with eight. Free had 37 assists, while Manley had four aces. Free had 16 digs, followed by Brown with 14 and Owen, Seay and Milligan with 10 each.
Later than day, Gadsden State fell to Itawamba, 22-25, 16-25, 25-23, 19-25. Moriah Seay had 19 kills, while Peterson had 12 and Manley six. Free had 43 assists. Owen had 16 digs, followed by Brown and Milligan with 14 each, Free with 12 and Seay with 10.
On September 18, the Lady Cardinals lost to St. Louis Community College, 24-26, 19-25, 20-25.
Manley had seven kills, while Seay added five.

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