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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
Southeastern Lady Panthers
CADEN
GRUBB
Paint Valley Bearcats
Thank you Herbie Strange for the continued support!
Herbie has been with us from day one (now in 11th year)!
WINTER #7 (2018-2019)
Dalton Metzger, Adena
(Wrestling):
In just his junior
season, Metzger recorded his
100th career win. The milestone
came in a victory during the Heath
Invite.


Cam Evans, Zane Trace
(Basketball):
The Pioneers
continue to inch closer to the SVC
title, and Evans continues to lead
the way. In the two recent SVC
wins, Evans has averaged 30
points per game.


Seth Beeler, Huntington
(Basketball):
Beeler scored 26
points to help Huntington to a
nonleague win over Northwest.

Cam DeBord, Unioto
(Basketball):
The Unioto guard
has enjoyed a great stretch of play.
In a recent performance, he
knocked down five triples and
scored 22 points in a win over
McClain.

Also receiving votes during
this voting period:
Zach Fout,
Jarrett Garrison & Preston Sykes
(Adena), Nate Snyder (Huntington),
Hunter Hamlin, Bryce Newland &
Judson Bevan (Paint Valley), Alex
Blanton, Blake Reader & Chris
Chandler (Piketon), Aaron Gillum &
Reece Wheeler (Southeastern),
Isaac Little (Unioto), Jay Wyman
(Westfall), Nick Nesser & Triton
Davidson (Zane Trace)
Graves has enjoyed a two
week stretch where she has
averaged more than 20
points per game. In
Southeastern’s most recent
win over PV, the sophomore
scored 27 points. Graves is
starting to push her scoring
average up into the top five
of the SVC, and she
continues to be one of the
league’s elite shooters in
terms of free throw
percentage and threes
made.
Marissa Mullins, Westfall
(Basketball):
The Westfall
freshman averaged 18 points per
game in two SVC wins this past
week including a performance that
included six three-pointers in a win
over PV.

Jayden Smith, Adena
(Basketball):
The freshman guard
has had a great stretch of play.
Smith scored 18 points in a win
over PV, and in a loss to
Huntington, she hit four triples
while scoring 23 points.


Braiden Collins, Huntington
(Basketball):
Collins is on the
doorstep of Huntington history.
The senior recently went over the
1,500 mark for career points. She
enters this week less than 40
points from breaking the school
record.

Allison Basye, Huntington
(Basketball):
Basye has
continued her great rookie season
this past week as she continues to
average a double-double with
points and rebounds. She
averaged 20 points per game in
Huntington’s three recent SVC wins.


Amber Cottrill, Unioto
(Basketball):
The do-it-all guard
provided a second half scoring
punch for Unioto in its recent win
over Miami Trace. Cottrill scored
14 of her 18 in the second half.


Also receiving votes during
this voting period:
Hannah Stark
(Adena), Katie Hirsch & Riley Black
(Huntington), Olivia Smith, Abbi
Stanforth & Kelsey Dunn (Paint
Valley), Ally Crothers (Piketon),
Cidney Huff (Southeastern), Jocie
Fisher & Emily Coleman (Unioto),
Gabby Patete & Mahaley Farmer
(Westfall), Emily Allen (Zane Trace)
The senior guard helped PV to
a win at Unioto. The victory
marked PV’s first win over
Unioto (home or away) since
the 2008-2009 season. Grubb
scored 13 points on the night,
but it was his final two points
on a full-court drive and layup
that beat the buzzer to beat the
Tanks by one.