SEB's serve-receive improvement key to rematch win

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By Andrew Harner

ST. ELMO – Though Vandalia served six aces on the night, it was the diligent serve-receive of St. Elmo/Brownstown that helped propel the Lady Eagles to a regional victory on Monday.

Fifth-seeded SEB took down the No. 4 Lady Vandals, 27-25, 25-21, in a first round game at St. Elmo High School.

Only half of those aces were the result of errors committed by sophomore Gabi Moore and junior Elizabeth Guerrero, the two players who coach Elise Asher has relied on to field most of the serves since the Mattoon Tournament finished.

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