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Honorable Mention
Honorable Mention
Thank you fans for a week
of several votes from
around the SVC. Remember, the
fans help select this award each
week by sending votes to
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KACEY
FELTS
Felts had an amazing
sectional tournament.
First in a semifinal win
over North Adams, Felts
was a single shy of the
cycle as she had a
double, a triple, and two
homeruns. She also had
eight RBI. In Adena’s
near upset of Westfall,
Felts homered to tie the
game at two in the sixth
inning.
Adena Lady Warriors
JACOB
OTT
Paint Valley Bearcats
Spring of 2017
#7
Ott continued his dominance
in the throwing events by
winning the Discus and the
Shot at this year’s SVC
Championships. The
performance led the way to a
team title for Paint Valley.
Ott has one of the highest D-
III throws in the state this
season as he and his Bearcats
appear to be primed for a
special postseason run to
Columbus.
Cami Chandler, Piketon
(Track):
Chandler captured
individual titles in both the
hurdle events – 100 and 300
– at this year’s SVC Track
Meet.

Mikayla Newland, Paint
Valley (Softball):
Newland
started the postseason with a
complete-game effort in the
circle to earn the win against
Manchester. She also had
two RBI at the plate.

Also receiving votes
during this period:
Alexis
Putnam, Abby Butler & Carly
Carroll (Adena), Kailey
Hurley, Morgan Allagree &
Braiden Collins (Huntington),
Lea McFadden (Paint Valley),
Jordan Morris (Piketon), Ella
Skeens (Southeastern),
Autumn Mohan, Montana
Myers & Alex Evans (Unioto),
Becca Brown, Holly Riegel
(Westfall), Hailey Puckett &
Olivia Pflaumer (Zane Trace)
Harley Patterson, Unioto
(Baseball):
Patterson had an
incredible finish to the year.
After beating Logan Elm in a
relief role to end the regular
season, Patterson then shutout
Chillicothe and Miami Trace to
help Unioto to a district
runner-up finish.

Tre Ivey, Unioto (Track):
After winning meet medalist in
the Ross County Meet, Ivey did
the same at the SVC Track
Meet. Ivey won first place in the
100, 200, and the Long Jump


Cruz McFadden, Paint
Valley (Baseball):
McFadden
tossed five shut-out innings to
help PV over Alexander to end
the regular season. McFadden
then shined with the bat and
the glove in a tournament win
over SHAC champion Eastern
Brown. In the win McFadden
was 2-3 with a sacrifice, a run
scored, and two RBI.

Jeremy Brooks, Zane Trace
(Baseball):
The senior lefty
pitched a complete game
allowing just four hits and one
run in a win over Northwest.
Brooks also recorded nine
strikeouts.


Skyler Knisley, Paint Valley
(Baseball):
The PV senior
pitched 10 innings of
tournament baseball without
allowing an earned run. Knisley
pitched four scoreless (and
hitless) innings in a win over
Eastern Brown. He then lost to
top-seeded Minford in the
sectional finals. Knisley also
had three hits and two RBI in
sectional play.

Gunnar Free, Adena
(Baseball):
The senior tossed
a no-hitter to beat West Union
in the sectional championship.


Also receiving votes during
this period:
Tyler Williams &
Jake Dawson (Adena), Brian
Smith (Huntington), Bryce
Newland, Travis Burton,
Caden Summar & Tygr Tesi
(Paint Valley), Timothy Trawick
& Kannon Pack (Piketon),
Tanner Popp (Southeastern),
Ryan Burns & Casey White
(Unioto), Austin Nunemaker,
Sam Frazier & Eric Corzatt
(Westfall), Jeremy Lambert,
Darby Pillow, Isaac Beam &
Chad Ison & Cole Clever
(Zane Trace)
Thank you Herbie Strange for the continued support!
Herbie has been with us from day one (eight years ago)!