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Last Week's
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 Lady Shermans
Huntington Huntsmen
Thank you Herbie Strange for the continued support!
Herbie has been with us from day one (now in 11th year)!
WINTER #6 (2018-2019)
The voting has been pretty
lopsided since McCloskey’s
Friday night performance.
Despite losing in double
overtime, the senior scored
44 points including
countless big shots to
extend the game on multiple
occasions. McCloskey is on
pace to finish second on
the all-time Huntington list
and in the Top-25 of the
SVC all-time list.
The Unioto guard has
enjoyed some hot shooting
over the past few weeks.
Coleman is averaging 18
points per game in Unioto’s
last four wins including
back-to-back games of her
hitting five triples.
Alex Blanton, Piketon
The senior guard
scored 27 points in both games this
past weekend. On Friday night, the
27 came in a loss to Adena, but on
Saturday night it came in an OT win
over Unioto including a three at the
end of regulation to send it to

Aaron Gillum, Southeastern
In Friday’s loss to
Westfall, Gillum hit six triples on his
way to a 24-point night.

Luke Blackburn, Westfall
Blackburn scored 17
points to lead Westfall to a win over
Southeastern on Friday night.

Also receiving votes this week:
Preston Sykes, Zach Fout, Jarrett
Garrison & Logan Bennett (Adena),
Seth Beeler (Huntington), Bryce
Newland (Paint Valley), Chris
Chandler (Piketon), Lane Ruby
(Southeastern), Isaac Little, Cade
McKee & Gabe McBee (Unioto), Jay
Wyman (Westfall), Nick Nesser
(Zane Trace)
Marcy Dudgeon, Westfall
Dudgeon scored 24
points and grabbed 12 rebounds in
a win over Southeastern. Dudgeon
continues to get the FT line at an
incredible rate on the offensive
end, and she continues to lead the
league with 13 charges taken on
the defensive end.

Macie Graves, Southeastern
During this period,
Graves has averaged over 20
points per game. She has done so
with some impressive shooting
numbers from three and the free
throw line while averaging just
under 10 boards as well.

Braiden Collins, Huntington
Collins continues to
score at an incredible rate. She
recently went over the 1,400 mark
for her career, and she continues
to do this while posting a league
best in steals on the defensive end.

Hannah Stark, Adena
The Lady Warriors
have been playing some great
basketball in the past few weeks,
and Stark has been leading the
way. In Adena’s win over Valley,
Stark scored a game-high 26

Lea McFadden, Paint Valley
The senior guard
has watched her scoring average
increase by nearly four per game
in the last few weeks. McFadden
scored a career-high 28 points in a
win against Western last week.

Also receiving votes this week:
Jayden Smith (Adena), Allison
Basye (Huntington), Hanna Uhrig &
Kelsey Dunn (Paint Valley), Grace
Lightle & Ally Crothers (Piketon),
Sierra Mitten (Southeastern), Jocie
Fisher & Amber Cottrill (Unioto),
Marissa Mullins & Mahaley Farmer
(Westfall), Emily Allen (Zane Trace)