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MIRANDA
McCLOSKEY
Huntington Lady Huntsmen
KANNON
PACK
Piketon Redstreaks
Fall of 2018
#9
Thank you Herbie Strange for the continued support!
Herbie has been with us from day one (now in 11th year)!
FALL VOTE #9 OF 2018
Pack continues to put up
incredible numbers since
taking over at quarterback. In
Piketon’s first win of the
season Friday over ZT, Pack
threw for 246 yards and ran for
117. Pack had a hand in five
touchdowns including the
game-winner in the game’s
final seconds.
The Huntington senior was 34/35
serving with a school-record 12
aces against Portsmouth West.  
Her serving produced 31 points.
Chance Smith, Unioto
(Football):
In the absence of
Jamarcus Carroll, Smith has
stepped to the front as the leader
for the Tanks. Smith ran 21 times
for 266 yards and three
touchdowns. His performance
lifted Unioto to a come-from-
behind victory against Huntington.
He also had an interception on
defense. Smith’s recent play has
helped Unioto enter Week 10 just
a win away from clinching a
playoff spot.


Preston Sykes, Adena
(Football):
The sophomore signal
caller completed 10-of-12 passes
for 144 yards. He also ran 20
times for 166 yards and four
touchdowns. On the defensive
side of the ball, Sykes had an
interception. The Warriors beat
SE 33-30 to improve to 8-1.


Tucker Markko, Unioto (Cross
Country):
A week after winning
the SVC, Markko finished second
in the District Meet at Rio Grande
as Unioto took the team title to
advance.


Lane Mettler, Paint Valley
(Football):
The junior back
seems to be making a weekly
habit of finding the end zone
multiple times. In Week 9, Mettler
scored three times on offense and
had four tackles for a loss on
defense as PV defeated WF 34-
14 to improve to 9-0.


Lane Ruby, Southeastern
(Football):
The junior QB was
unreal in Friday’s Week 9
performance against Adena. Ruby
ran 18 times for291 yards and
four TDs. Despite the loss, the
Panthers will control their own
playoff destiny in Week 10.


Also receiving votes this
week:
Emmitt Cunningham &
Dakota Cottrill (Adena), Elijah
McCloskey, Seth Beeler & Dalton
Haubeil (Huntington), Brayden
Ison & Caden Johnson (Paint
Valley), Scott Lightle, Jaret Klinker
& Austin Henderson (Piketon),
Noah Dresbach (Southeastern),
Aiden Loeffler & Eric Hacker
(Unioto), Seth Spellman
(Westfall), Gabe Shanton (Zane
Trace)
Ellie Harper, Adena
(Volleyball):
The Adena rookie
produced 26 kills to help bring
Adena back from down two sets
at Minford in Saturday’s sectional
title match.


Kristin Phillips, Westfall
(Volleyball):
Phillips had a
terrific sectional tournament. She
first recorded 26 kills in a win
over Peebles. She then had 19
kills in a near upset win over
Wheelersburg.


Lyndsey Skeens,
Southeastern (Volleyball):
The
SE middle hitter produced a team-
high 17 kills to help SE over
Nelsonville York in Saturday’s
sectional championship.


Sylvia Gray, Unioto (Tennis):
The junior appeared in the
OHSAA State Tennis
Tournament for the third straight
year. The State Tournament is
the only place in Gray’s three-
year career she has lost a match.

Kelsey Dunn, Paint Valley
(Volleyball):
Dunn had 22 kills,
four blocks, and five aces as
Paint Valley won a sectional title
with a win over Western. It is
Paint Valley’s first trip to the
district since 2013.


Hannah Kerr, Zane Trace
(Cross Country):
The
sophomore crossed second in
last week’s District Meet at Rio
Grande. Kerr’s performance lifted
ZT to a qualifying spot in next
week’s Regional Meet at
Pickerington.


Also receiving votes this
week:
Camryn Carroll & Jenna
Martin (Adena), Riley Black,
Braiden Collins & Cindy Hopkins
(Huntington), Lea McFadden
(Paint Valley), Maci Conley
(Piketon), Sierra Mitten, Carissa
Wheeler, Lauren Goebel, Skylar
Hice (Southeastern), Indy
Spetnagel, Jayla Campbell, Jocie
Fisher, Hallie Pinkerton & Sydney
Free (Unioto), Marcy Dudgeon,
Oliva Barnes, Kyle Henry,
Madison Staten & Chloe Tanler
(Westfall), Haynna Addy & Evie
Bennett (Zane Trace)