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Last Week's
Winners
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around the SVC. Remember, the fans
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MADDI
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SCHOBELOCK
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Thank you Herbie Strange for the continued support!
Herbie has been with us from day one (now in 12th year)!
FALL #1 (2019-2020)
Brayden Ison, Paint Valley
(FOOTBALL):
Ison needed just
five carries (yes five) to gain 140
yards. He also scored two
touchdowns.

Isaac Little, Unioto (FOOTBALL):
In Unioto’s 14-13 win over Vinton
County, the  junior quarterback
had a hand in both Unioto
touchdowns – one pass, one run –
while accumulating over 200 yards
of offense.

Lane Mettler, Paint Valley
(FOOTBALL):
The senior scored
touchdowns on half of his six
carries Thursday night. He also
was extremely disruptive in leading
a PV defense that did not allow a
point in the final three-and-a-half
quarters.

Vijay Wangui, Unioto (SOCCER):
The talented goal scorer has
found the net nine times in the first
five matches as Unioto is off to a
4-1 start.

Also receiving votes during
this voting period:
Preston
Sykes, Dalton Metzger & Logan
Bennett (Adena), Dalton Haubeil
(Huntington), Cruz McFadden
(Paint Valley), Levi Gullion, Austin
Henderson & Camren Loar
(Piketon), Lane Ruby & Mikey
Nusser (Southeastern), Chance
Smith, Corey Schobelock, Clayton
Lynch, Robert Immell & Eric
Hacker (Unioto), Denzel Endicott
(Piketon), Joel Richendollar, Aaron
Evans (Southeastern), Gabe
Shanton & Kyle Stonerock (Zane
Trace), Jack Latham (Westfall)
The sophomore has enjoyed a
great start to 2019. Like
Schobelock, she has setup
camp at the top of the
leaderboard in every match this
season. She is consistently
carding rounds in the 30s with
her most impressive round
being her six-under round of 30
at Locust Hills.
The Unioto senior has been at
the top of the leaderboard
every time out this fall. As the
reigning POY of the SVC, he
has been medalist in both SVC
matches to this point, but
perhaps his most impressive
performance was his 65 in the
Unioto Invite for our Military
Veterans at the V.A. Forest E.
Everhart Memorial Golf Course.
Click below on our "Last Week's Winners" to see our final selection of Spring 2019
Hannah Kerr, Zane Trace
(CROSS COUNTRY):
Kerr is off to
a great start once again in 2019.
Kerr was the winner of the
Huntington Invite with a time of
22:58.45.

Olivia Smith, Paint Valley
(VOLLEYBALL):
Paint Valley had
one of the busiest schedules to
start the year, and the Lady
Bearcats have already won three
times. During that stretch, Smith
has led the way with great balance
of net play with hitting and blocking
as well as solid passing and timely
serving.

Alli Bennett, Zane Trace
(VOLLEYBALL):
It didn’t take Zane
Trace long to announce to the SVC
that they are a serious contender.
On opening night of league play,
Bennett stuffed the stat sheet with
16 kills, 14 asts, three blocks, and
22 digs as ZT knocked off Unioto.

Also receiving votes during
this voting period:
Ellie Harper &
Olivia Riley (Adena), Alyssa Steele,
Sydney Reed, Sami Reed & Megan
Steele (Huntington), Abbi Stanforth
& Averi McFadden (Paint Valley),
Ava Little (Piketon), Skylar Hice
(Southeastern), Sylvia Gray, Amber
Cottrill, Indy Spetnagel, Emily
Coleman, Ava Eldridge, Kacey
Pierce, Sophie Coleman & Hallie
Pinkerton (Unioto), Ella Seeley,
Jocie Williams, Kristin Phillips,
Chloe Tanler & Claire Latham
(Westfall), Lexi Betts & Reese
Hartsaugh (Zane Trace)