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Athletes of the
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Athletes of the
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Athlete of the
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Athlete of the
Year for Girls

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the 2011-2012
Athletes of the
Year
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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MARCY
DUDGEON
Westfall Lady Mustangs
COLBY
SWAIN
Zane Trace Pioneers
Thank you Herbie Strange for the continued support!
Herbie has been with us from day one (now in 11th year)!
WINTER #5 (2018-2019)
Swain has been
outstanding for Zane
Trace through its perfect
7-0 run in first half of
league play. Swain’s floor
game has allowed the
elite talent of Cam Evans
to move off the point and
dominate the game in
other ways. Swain has
also proven the ability to
score himself as he
shared game-high
scoring honors with 17
points in the big win over
Adena.
Dudgeon had 26 points
and 13 rebounds to help
Westfall past Piketon. The
win helps her Lady
Mustangs even their
record at 7-7.
Cade McKee, Unioto
(Basketball):
McKee has played
great over the past few weeks. In
Unioto’s win over Southeastern,
McKee hit five triples and scored 18
points.

Elijah McCloskey, Huntington
(Basketball):
The senior scored 27
points to become the 93rd boy in
SVC history to go over 1,000
career points.

Isaac Little, Unioto (Basketball):
Little scored 28 points to help
Unioto to a nice nonleague win over
Fairfield Union.

Alex Blanton, Piketon
(Basketball):
The Piketon guard
scored 28 points to help Piketon
beat Whiteoak. The win improves
Piketon to 6-7 overall.

Also receiving votes during this
period:
Logan Bennett, Dalton
Metzger, Zach Fout & Jarrett
Garrison (Adena), Cody Thomas
(Huntington), Hunter Hamlin &
Bryce Newland (Paint Valley), Blake
Reader & Chris Chandler (Piketon),
Lane Ruby & Aaron Gillum
(Southeastern), Ashten Moody
(Unioto), Chanston Moll (Westfall),
Cam Evans & Triton Davidson
(Zane Trace)
Braiden Collins, Huntington
(Basketball):
Since the calendar
turned 2019, Collins has averaged
just less than 30 points per game.  
She has now climbed to second on
the all-time Huntington list and 19th
all-time in SVC history.

Also receiving votes during
this period:
Hannah Stark
(Adena), Allison Basye
(Huntington), Lea McFadden &
Kelsey Dunn (Paint Valley), Grace
Lightle & Ally Crothers (Piketon),
Macie Graves (Southeastern),
Jocie Fisher (Unioto), Mahaley
Farmer (Westfall), Lauren Lane
(Zane Trace)