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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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ALYSSA
STEELE
Huntington Lady Huntsmen
BRAYDEN
ISON
Paint Valley Bearcats
Thank you Herbie Strange for the continued support!
Herbie has been with us from day one (now in 12th year)!
FALL #5 (2019-2020)
Levi Gullion, Piketon
(FOOTBALL):
The sophomore
quarterback needed just 12
completions to total 314 passing
yards in Friday’s loss to Paint
Valley. He also threw five
touchdowns to four different
receivers. Gullion continues to
lead the league in passing as he
will enter Week 6 less than 100
yards away from 1,000 yards on
the season.

Marcus Whaley, Westfall
(FOOTBALL):
The athletic Whaley
had a hand in four Westfall
touchdowns in Friday’s blowout
win at Zane Trace.

Preston Sykes, Adena
(FOOTBALL):
The junior
quarterback was very efficient in
Friday’s win over Unioto. Sykes
completed 11 of 15 passes for 173
yards and two scores.

Ty Schobelock, Unioto (GOLF):
Schobelock carded a 73 to win the
D-II Sectional Championship at
Jaycees last week. The 73 paved
the way for Unioto’s team title as
the Tanks are heading back to the
OHSAA District Golf Tournament.

Vijay Wangui, Unioto (SOCCER):
The senior recorded a hat trick in
a win over rival Zane Trace.

Also receiving votes during
this period:
Nate Throckmorton
Noah Kanniard, N & Logan
Bennett (Adena), Lane Mettler
(Paint Valley), Chris Chandler,
Denzel Endicott & Logan
Cummings Joel Richendollar
(Southeastern), Ethan Kerns, Eric
Hacker, Levi Gerber, Corey
Schobelock & Robert Immell
(Unioto), Hayden Lemaster
(Westfall), Gabe Shanton (Zane
Trace)
In wins against Unioto and Zane
Trace, Steele continued to add to
her assist total. Steele dished
out 92 assists in eight sets of
volleyball including 53 assists in
a five-set thriller against Zane
Trace. The 53 total was just five
shy of Huntington’s school
record. In our most recent SVC
Leaders update, Steele is
averaging a league-best nine
assists per game.
With the help of some
outstanding blocking, Ison
completely took the game over
in Week 5. The senior carried
the ball 31 times for 316 yards
and six (yes six) touchdowns as
Paint Valley avoided Piketon’s
serious upset bid with a 56-38
win.
Click below on our "Last Week's Winners" to see how Jamarcus Carroll & Sierra Mitten earned the honor
Maddi Shoults, Westfall (GOLF):
Shoults won the individual Division-
II Sectional Championship with a
round of 73 at Jaycees last week.
Shoults was 15 shots clear of the
rest of the field. The round led WF
to the team title as well.

Megan Steele, Huntington
(VOLLEYBALL):
It was a two-win
week in the SVC for Huntington.
The Lady Huntsmen defeated both
Unioto and Zane Trace as Steele
recorded a great week including a
monster night in Thursday’s Zane
Trace match. In the win, Steele
had 33 kills and 19 digs.

Chloe Tanler, Westfall
(SOCCER):
Tanler scored four
times in a win over Piketon. The
Lady Mustangs are currently in
second-place behind Unioto.

Also receiving votes during
this period:
Jenna Martin
(Adena), Allison Basye
(Huntington), Emma Winland,
Rachel Walls, Kayla Chapman &
Olivia Smith (Paint Valley), Macy
McDowell (Piketon), Sierra Mitten,
Skylar Hice & Hannah Lougheed
(Southeastern), Emily Lott, Sylvia
Gray, Maddi Walters, Kacey Pierce
& Amber Cottrill (Unioto), Ella
Seeley, Olivia Barnes, Kylee
Henry, Kristin Phillips & Josie
Williams (Westfall), Emily Allen,
Haynna Addy, Hannah Kerr & Alli
Bennett (Zane Trace)
Honorable Mention
Honorable Mention