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Last Week's
Winners
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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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MACIE
GRAVES
SE Lady Panthers
CORDELL
GRUBB
Paint Valley Bearcats
Thank you Herbie Strange for the continued support!
Herbie has been with us from day one (now in 12th year)!
WINTER #1 (2019-2020)
Logan Bennett, Adena
(Basketball):
Bennett enjoyed a
great shooting night in Adena win
over Lucasville Valley. Bennet hit
10-of-17 from the floor while being
perfect on all six free throw
attempts. All totaled, he scored 26
points and grabbed eight
rebounds.

Jay Wyman, Westfall
(Basketball):
During Westfall’s
2-0 start, Wyman averaged 16 per
game including 20 points and five
three-pointers in a win over
McClain.


Seth Beeler, Huntington
(Basketball):
The senior guard
scored 21 points to lead the way in
Huntington’s win over Nelsonville
York.


Levi Gullion, Piketon
(Basketball):
Piketon is off to a
2-0 start. Gullion scored 21 points
and connected on five three-point
field goals.


Caleb Smith, Huntington
(Basketball):
The sophomore
scored 14 of his 18 points in the
final quarter to help Huntington
come from down eight to beat NY
66-64.


Cam Evans, Zane Trace
(Basketball):
Evans scored 25
points to lift Zane Trace to a
season-opening win over Amanda.
Evans is now 50th all-time in SVC
history.


Chris Chandler, Piketon
(Basketball):
As mentioned
earlier, Piketon is off to a 2-0 start,
and Chandler has played a key
role in the wins. He had 16 points,
seven rebounds, and seven steals
in a win over Lucasville Valley.
Chandler also had 15 points and
16 rebounds.

Also receiving votes during
this voting period:
Preston
Sykes (Adena), Cruz McFadden
(Paint Valley), Cameron Hall
(Southeastern), Connor Spohn,
Hayden Lemaster & Lucas
Blackburn (Westfall), Nick Nesser
(Zane Trace)
Southeastern is 2-0, and Graves
is a big reason why. Graves has
averaged 21 points per game
during the two wins against
North Adams and West Union.
The sophomore scored a
game-high 28 points to help
Paint Valley to a winning start
to the season. Grubb also
grabbed seven rebounds as PV
beat Portsmouth Clay 69-63.
Baylee Uhrig, Paint Valley
(Basketball):
The senior hit three
triples and scored 18 points to help
Paint Valley to its first win of the
season against Whiteoak.

Hannah Stark, Adena
(Basketball):
In a win where
Adena allowed only 18 points to
Portsmouth Clay, Stark scored a
game-high 19 points to lead the
Lady Warriors.


Allison Basye, Huntington
(Basketball):
The sophomore
shot 25 free throws in Huntington’s
opener. She made 17 of them on
her way to 24 points as Huntington
lost to Coal Grove.


Also receiving votes during
this period:
Cheyanne Ater &
Jadyn Smith (Adena), Averi
McFadden (Paint Valley), Hayleigh
Risner (Piketon), Skylar Hice &
Cidney Huff (Southeastern), Emily
Coleman & Amber Cottrill (Unioto),
Marissa Mullins (Westfall), Lauren
Lane (Zane Trace)
Honorable Mention
Honorable Mention