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the 2011-2012
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Last Week's
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
Unioto handed undefeated
and state-ranked Vinton
County its first loss of the
season this past week, and
Fisher was outstanding in
leading the way. She scored
25 points while making all
but one of her eight free
throw attempts. She also
scored 20 points in a win
against Paint Valley.
Unioto Lady Shermans
Unioto Shermans
Winter of 2017-2018
The senior continues to
impact the game in every
aspect possible. In
Unioto's most recent SVC
win against Southeastern,
Fisher grabbed 18
rebounds, blocked five
shots, and had three
steals. He continues to be
one of the league’s most
efficient players as he is in
the top-four of rebounds,
FG percentage, FT
percentage, and blocks.
Elijah McCloskey, Huntington
The junior guard
scored 29 points to help his
Huntington team to its first SVC win.
McCloskey hit two threes in the
game and was a perfect 9-for-9
from the charity stripe.

Dylan Swingle, Paint Valley
Swingle averaged 24
points during a three-game stretch
including 26 points in a big SVC win
over Piketon. Swingle also grabbed
career rebound #1,000 in the win.

Bryce Newland, Paint Valley
Newland hit six triples
on his way to a 29-point night in a
win over Western on Saturday.

Also receiving votes during this
Zach Fout (Adena), Seth
Beeler (Huntington), Hunter Hamlin
(Paint Valley), Tanner Perdue
(Piketon), Rex Hartman
(Southeastern), Logan
Swackhammer, Peyton Hill, &
Brandon Kennedy (Unioto), Trent
Hampton (Westfall), Isaac Beam &
Cam Evans (Zane Trace)
Thank you Herbie Strange for the continued support!
Herbie has been with us from day one (now in 10th year)!
Ella Skeens, Southeastern
Skeens averaged over
30 per game in a couple of SVC wins
during this voting period. Skeens is
now 4th All-Time in svc history, and
she is currently 16 points away from
2,000 career points.

Braiden Collins, Huntington
Collins continues to
post incredible numbers and is doing
so against good competition as she
scored 30 points against both
Washington CH and Peebles as well
as 28 against Portsmouth Clay.

Also receiving votes during this
Hannah Stark (Adena),
Kelsey McDonald (Huntington), Lea
McFadden & Kelsey Dunn (Paint
Valley), Grace Lightle & Avery
Reuter (Piketon), Hunter Adams
(Southeastern), Cree Stulley
(Unioto), Emily Robinson & Marcy
Dudgeon (Westfall), Lauren Lane
(Zane Trace)