Spring of 2010-Week 6
May 2-May 8
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Last Week's
Winners
ERIN
BANE
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
double.
Honorable Mention
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,   
Piketon (Softball):
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.
Honorable Mention
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
meter dash.

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.
NATHAN
HOCK