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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
admin1@svcsportszone.com
LEXIE
LOCKWOOD
Southeastern Lady Panthers
TRAMEL
BYRD
Paint Valley Bearcats
Thank you Herbie Strange for the continued support!
Herbie has been with us from day one (now in 13th year)!
FALL #5 (2020-2021)
Isaac Little, Unioto (Football):
The Unioto quarterback ran for
over 100 yards and threw for
nearly 200 as Unioto defeated
Southeastern 36-6. In the win,
Little had a hand in four Unioto
touchdowns.

Joel Richendollar,
Southeastern (Golf):
The senior
enjoyed a great final week of SVC
play. Playing three SVC rounds in
a little over 24 hours, Richendollar
carded  rounds of 40, 39, and 42
to earn the honors of SVC Player
of the Year.


Ethan Kerns, Unioto (Soccer):
Kerns scored four goals to help
Unioto to the blowout win over
Zane Trace.


Also receiving votes this week:
Ryan Richendollar & Clay Wilt
(Adena), Wes Brown & Quinton
Puckett (Huntington), Cavan
Cooper (Paint Valley), Logan
Cummins (Piketon), Mikey Nusser
(Southeastern), Gabe Lynch, DC
Dailey, Charlie Lewis & Lucas
Hanes (Unioto), Tyler Shipley
(Westfall), Logan McDowell (Zane
Trace)
Kacey Pierce, Unioto (Volleyball):
Despite a tough five-set loss, Pierce
recorded 31 kills and 22 digs against
Zane Trace last Thursday night.


Kristin Phillips & Marissa Mullins
(Volleyball):
The Westfall middle-
hitting-duo enjoyed a crazy week.
The two combined for 48 kills in
Tuesday’s win against Zane Trace
and 37 more in Thursday’s win over
Southeastern.

Ava Eldridge, Unioto (Volleyball):
On the other end of the Pierce kills
was the setter Eldridge. Ava dished
out 44 assists and recorded 19 digs
for the Tanks.


Claire Latham, Westfall
(Volleyball):
Just like the Eldridge to
Pierce combo, the Westfall trio had
huge stat weeks. Latham dished out
97 assists in two SVC wins last week.

Hannah Kerr, Zane Trace (Cross
Country):
Kerr crossed the finish line
first at the Adam Carter Invite last
week. Her 19:55.00 set the pace for
the girls’ race. Kerr is the defending
SVC champion.


Also receiving votes this week:
Jenna Martin (Adena), Allison Basye
& Megan Steele (Huntington), Olivia
Smith (Paint Valley), Ava Little
(Piketon), Hannah Lougheed
(Southeastern), Autumn Stanger &
Emily Lott (Unioto), Caitlyn Shipley
(Westfall), Briana Fetters, Alli Bennett
& Reese Hartsaugh (Zane Trace)
The senior running back
enjoyed a big night in his
final regular season home
game. Byrd carried the ball
just 13 times while
accumulating 234 yards.
Byrd also scored three
touchdowns. The
performance pushed Byrd
up over 700 yards on the
season, and it brings his
touchdown total to nine
with 56 total points scored.
Honorable Mention
Honorable Mention
In a really tight vote this week -
one that had a lot of teammates
split the vote - Lockwood
finished on top. It was a 3-1
stretch for the Lady Panthers
over this voting period, and
Lockwood’s defensive effort was
a key reason why. In the four
matches, Lockwood recorded
over 100 digs and 10 aces. Due
to some injuries in the
Southeastern rotation, Lockwood
did all of this while switching
back-and-forth from an all-
around role, to the libero
position, and back to the all-
around role.