Week 3
A LOOK AT WEEK 3
Like last year the SVC is hoping the final
non-league week brings some relief
For the second straight year, the SVC earned just one win in Week 2. Now, the
league hopes Week 3 will offer some relief. One thing for sure...it will not be easy.
Logan Elm, McClain, Minford, and more make up the list of opponents. Click
here to see this week's schedule!
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39
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21
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WASHINGTON CH
MINFORD
McCLAIN
NORTHWEST
MANCHESTER
CIRCLEVILLE
LOGAN ELM
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ALEXANDER
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Week 3 Preview - Scioto Valley Conference Football - Final Week of Non-League Play
Turnover Bug
Bites Bearcats
Big night for Tackett; Redstreaks get first win
Colburn tosses four TDs; SE beats Greyhounds
Adena, Unioto, Huntington, Westfall, & Zane Trace fall
Paint Valley's defense played solid in Week 3; however, the Bearcats twice turned it over deep in McClain
territory to allow the Tigers 26 second half points. Senior Wes Parker scored three times but it wasn't
enough as McClain recorded the 26-20 win.

In other action, Piketon's Tyler Tackett carried it 14 times for 220 yards to lead the Redstreaks to their
first win. Tackett scored on runs of 70 and 89 yards and Caleb Southworth also had TD reception as
Piketon won it 19-7. Defensively, Jeremy Varney and Tyler Adams both recorded two interceptions.

In Adena's loss, John Johnson had 17 rushes for 90 yards and seniors John Cottrill and Nick Jones both
recorded their first career interceptions. As for Unioto in their loss, junior Cody Strange needed just eight
carries to post 102 yards including an 81-yard TD run. Sophomore Jarrod Cyrus added 13 rushes for 83
yards.

Finally, the Southeastern Panthers made the long drive down to Manchester, and after four TD passes
from Christian Colburn - three to Zack Hill - the Panthers found themselves on the right side of a 39-16
final. Colburn was 7-10 through the air for 257 yards.

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