2011 SCIOTO VALLEY CONFERENCE FOOTBALL
Week 8
Adena 27
Unioto 7
Huntington 14
Southeastern 34
Paint Valley 7
Piketon 14
Westfall 45
Zane Trace 21
SET FOR SVC SHOWDOWN
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TRACY CARLE FROM THE
WESTFALL/ZANE TRACE GAME

Adena and Westfall both took care of business in
Week 8 to set the SVC up for a Week 9
showdown. Adena, who beat Unioto Friday, will
travel to Westfall, who beat Zane Trace, next Friday
to decide this year's conference championship.

In Adena's win, Reid Hutchison went over the 2,000
yard mark for the season as he rushed for 230 yards.
He also scored two touchdowns on the ground.

With Adean up only 14-0 at halftime, Hutchison
provided a special teams TD with a kickoff return for a
score to start the second half. The Adena defense took
over from there as they held Unioto under the 150 yard
mark in terms of total offense for the game. Adena also
added the final score on a fumble recovery.

Unioto's defense, which allowed only two Adena
scores, was led by Steven Vanderpool with 11 tackles
and a sack. He also caught a TD for Unioto's only score.

As for Westfall, Luke Cline was the story. Cline had a
pick-six, a fumble return for a score, and a long TD
catch. The Mustangs outscored ZT 20-0 in the first
quarter.

For Zane Trace, Colin Swackhammer scored his first
varsity touchdown.
After several punts
throughout the first quarter
and a half, it was Piketon that
finally started to move the
chains on a drive in the final
minutes of the first half.
Jeremy Farmer hit Colten
Williams on a 10-yard TD
pass with 16 seconds
remaining in the second
quarter. The PAT made it
7-0.The key play on the drive
was a fake punt that
converted a 4th-and-13.

Paint Valley responded by
taking the opening drive of
the second half and scoring
a TD on a 3-yard run by
Mark Clifford. The PAT
made it 7-7. Key play on
the drive was a 40-yard run
by quarterback Eli Barker
down inside the five.

Piketon then took the lead
back on a 39-yard TD run by
Cameron Waddell. Waddell
finished with 89 yards on the
ground.

Paint Valley did drive down
inside the five late in the
fourth, but the Cats turned
it over on downs.
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FROM KEN FARRAR OF
SOUTHEASTERN'S
HOMECOMING
WIN!

Huntington and
Southeastern took turns
scoring on their opening
drives as the two found
themselves tied at 7-7.

For Huntington, it was
Austin Dyer scoring on a
TD run
, and for
Southeastern, it was a
Brown to Allen pass play
that resulted in a
touchdown.

Huntington then scored on
a Brice Vickers to John
Mainers TD pass to take a
14-7 lead to halftime.

The second half belonged
to Southeastern's Steven
Hall. Hall rushed for just
shy of 300 yards and three
touchdowns.
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