In case you
missed it!

Look back at the
2008-2009
Athletes of the
Year

&

the 2009-2010
Athletes of the
Year

&

the 2010-2011
Athlete of the
Year for Boys

as well as

the 2010-2011
Athlete of the
Year for Girls

&

the 2011-2012
Athletes of the
Year
Last Week's
Winners
www.svcsportszone.com
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
admin1@svcsportszone.com
JOCIE
FISHER
Unioto Lady Shermans
ALEX
BLANTON
Piketon Redstreaks
Thank you Herbie Strange for the continued support!
Herbie has been with us from day one (now in 11th year)!
WINTER #9 (2018-2019)
WRESTLING SVC CHAMPIONS:
Dayland Thomas, Huntington;
Dylan Carroll, Huntington;
Chanston Moll, Westfall; Marcus
Whaley, Westfall; Jordan Hoselton,
Zane Trace; Asthen Moody, Unioto;
Isaac Gray, Adena; Dalton Metzger,
Adena; Jadan Hall, Westfall; Lucas
List, Westfall; Austin Carroll, Zane
Trace; Timothy Diamond, Unioto;
Nathan Allen, Westfall; Maxwell,
Huntington

Cam Evans, Zane Trace
(Basketball):
Evans scored 29
points including career point 1,000
as Zane Trace beat Adena to
complete a perfect SVC record.

Elijah McCloskey, Huntington
(Basketball):
The senior guard
continues to lead one of the area’s
hottest teams. The senior scored
26 points has Huntington beat PV
for its sixth straight win.

Isaac Little, Unioto (Basketball):
The sophomore needed just 13
shots to score 23 points as Unioto
beat Southeastern. Little was 5-5
from the FT line, grabbed eight
rebounds, dished out four assists,
and recorded four steals.

Also receiving votes for the
play at the end of the regular
season:
Preston Sykes (Adena),
Seth Beeler (Huntington), Bryce
Newland & Hunter Hamlin (Paint
Valley), Logan Nichols (Piketon),
Aaron Gillum (Southeastern),
Chance Smith (Unioto), Jay Wyman
(Westfall), Nick Nesser (Zane
Trace)
In our sectional
championship selections,
we had only one champion
– Unioto – in term of SVC
girls. In Unioto’s win over
Logan Elm, Fisher scored
14 points to lead the
balanced attack.
Braiden Collins, Huntington
(Basketball):
In her final career
game, Collins scored 20 points in a
loss to Wheelersburg. Collins
finished with 1,611 career points
making her the all-time leading
scorer in Huntington history and
eighth all-time in SVC girls.

Allison Basye, Huntington
(Basketball):
Following her 31-
point performance in the semifinal,
Basye concluded her outstanding
rookie season with 14 points in a
loss to Wheelersburg.

Hanna Uhrig, Paint Valley
(Basketball):
Uhrig scored a
game-high 14 points including a
big second half as PV’s comeback
effort came up short in a loss to
Manchester.

Also receiving votes for
performances in a sectional
championship game:
Amber
Cottrill (Unioto), Emily Coleman
(Unioto), Lea McFadden (Paint
Valley), Kelsey Dunn (Paint Valley)
The Piketon guard scored 30
points while knocking down
seven triples to help Piketon
to a win over Westfall. Piketon’
s win secured its third-place
outright finish in the SVC
standings.
After SE's Reece Wheeler and Huntington's Allison Basye/Braiden Collins won last week's honors, we now
turn our attention to sectional championships for girls and final regular season action for boys.