|Spring of 2010-Week 6
May 2-May 8
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|Bane continues her outstanding
softball season. She went 3-5 with a
HR, and 5 RBI in win vs Paint
Valley. She also tossed a 2 hit
shutout and went 3-4 with a double
and RBI in a victory over Jackson.
Bane now has 9 wins, with an ERA
of 1.59 and 74 K's on the season.
She also have 5 home runs.
|Hock turned in one of the best single
game performances by any SVC
player this year. In a win vs
Huntington that helped his Mustangs
to the outright league title, Hock
threw a no hitter while striking out
10, and at the plate was 6-6 with 6
RBI, including a grand slam home
run. For the week, he was 13-23
(.565) with 9 RBI, a home run, and a
|Megan Kelley, Huntington (Softball):
Kelley hit a leadoff home run, had a
double and a triple with 2 RBI vs
Westfall. She was also 2-4 vs Unioto.
Holly Brabson & Arin Harris,
Brabson went 7-12 this week (.583) with
2 doubles and a triple. Harris went 8-12
with a doulbe and 3 RBI.
Taylor Hatfield, Zane Trace (Track):
Hatfield earned meet medalist honors at
the Ross County Invitational. She won
the 3200 meter run, and set new meet
records in the 1600m and 400m.
Shella Zimmerman, Piketon
(Softball): Zimmerman had 3 wins this
week including an 18 K performance vs
White Oak. At the plate she was 4-13
this week with 2 doubles and 4 RBI.
|Zach Wolfe, Westfall (Baseball): Wolfe
won 2 games on the mound this week,
while going 9-21 from the plate with a
double, triple, and 9 RBI.
Tim Morell, Paint Valley (Track):
Morell earned medalist honors at the
Ross County Invitational. His finishes
included 1st place in the 110 and 300
meter hurdles, and 3rd place in the 200
Kirk Yates & Colton Wheeler, Adena
(Baseball): Yates went 7-10 (.700) from
the plate this week, including 2 doubles, a
home run, and 6 RBI. He was also the
winning pitcher vs Zane Trace. Wheeler
hit .500 with a HR, 2 triples, and 4 RBI.
Ben Davis, Southeastern (Baseball):
Davis went 10-20 (.500) this week. He
also had 2 doubles and 6 RBI.
Zach Farmer, Piketon (Baseball):
Farmer picked up two wins on the mound
this week. He had 14 K's in a shutout of
Zane Trace, and had 9 K's in a victory
over Federal Hocking.