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Honorable Mention
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around the SVC. Remember, the
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ABBY
STARK
Stark helped Adena
softball to one of its
biggest victories in
several years. With her
Lady Warriors down 6-5
entering the Bottom of
the sixth inning, Stark it a
two-run HR to lift Adena
to a 7-6 win.
Adena Lady Warriors
KANNON
PACK
Piketon Redstreaks
Spring of 2018
#4
Pack tossed a complete-
game shutout to beat
Huntington 1-0 at the VA.
He also scored the
game's only run on
offense. On the website’s
first update of SVC
leaders, Pack is yet to
allow an earned run this
season.
Jayden Hammond, Westfall
(Baseball):
Hammond was 6-8 with
a double and a HR in a DH against
Washington CH. He also scored
three times while driving in seven
runs.


Chad Ison, Zane Trace
(Baseball):
Ison had a big week
with both the bat and his arm. Ison
is currently leading the league in
four categories and is second in two
others.

Also receiving votes this week:
Lucas Foglesong, Sean Wheeler &
Jarrett Garrison (Adena), Weston
Roop (Huntington), Cruz McFadden,
Macky McDonald, Lane Mettler &
Elijah Tackett (Paint Valley), Josh
Newkirk & Connor Galloway
(Piketon), Rex Hartman
(Southeastern), JD Blevins & Nick
Ooten (Unioto), Seth Spellman
(Westfall), Cam Farley, Jeremy
Lambert & Tanner Congrove (Zane
Trace)
Thank you Herbie Strange for the continued support!
Herbie has been with us from day one (now in 10th year)!
SECOND WEEK OF SVC PLAY
Cam Alexander, Piketon
(Softball):
Even with some teams
starting to pitch around the Piketon
slugger, Alexander now has seven
homeruns as she hit her 7th of the
spring while leading Piketon to a the
Pike County title.

Kylee Kellough, Huntington
(Softball):
The freshman continued
to be dominant in circle. After tossing
a no-hitter against PV, she recorded
10 more strikeouts against
Southeastern.


Jocie Fisher, Unioto (Softball):
Fisher pitched a four-hit shutout
without walking a batter to lift Unioto
to a key 1-0 victory over Huntington.


Also receiving votes this week:
Megan Peek (Adena), Kearra
Strausbaugh (Huntington), Lea
McFadden (Paint Valley), Abby
Carter & Kalesie Henderson
(Piketon), Hallie Pinkerton (Unioto),
Darby Minor, Ayzia Fullen & Sami
Tackett (Westfall), Kaylea Cook
(Zane Trace)