|2012 * Spring * Week 1
|In case you
Look back at the
Athletes of the
Athletes of the
Athlete of the
Year for Boys
as well as
Athlete of the
Year for Girls
|Jesse Proehl, Zane Trace (Track): Proehl won
the 1600 and the 3200 on her way to a medalist
showing at the Southeastern Invite.
Jamie Hyden, Unioto (Track): The senior thrower
set a new school record in the shot with a throw of
Morgan Geno, Zane Trace (Softball): Geno has
made quite a splash on SVC softball as her pitching
as helped ZT start 9-2 this season.
Charlene Stout, Paint Valley (Track): The PV
junior has recorded wins in the 200 and 400 early in
the year, and she has jumped well over 15 feet in
the long jump setting a new meet record while
winning the event at the Southeastern Invite.
Taylor Baker, Paint Valley (Track): Like her
teammate Stout, Baker was rewriting the record
book at the Southeastern Invite. The sophomore
thrower set new records in both the shot and the
Also receiving votes this week: Alayna Lytle,
Shania Irvin, Jackie Kellough & Layne Beasley
(Huntington), Laci Stanforth & Cheyanne
Lightfoot (Paint Valley), Megan Day (Piketon),
Lauren Stout (Unioto), Gina Rosshirt
(Westfall), Cecelia Wallace & Megan
|Kirk Yates, Adena (Baseball): Yates is off to a
great start at the plate and he also pitched his
Warriors past Zach Farmer and the Piketon
Redstreaks in an instant-classic 2-1 win.
Daniel Gardner, Paint Valley (Track): The
senior set a new meet record in winning the 1600
at the Southeastern Invite. Gardner also won the
Jerrod Collins, Zane Trace (Baseball): Last
year's SVC HR leader has already left the yard
four times this season.
Steven Hall, Southeastern (Track): Hall won
the 100 in a new meet record time and then won
the 200 as well while running in his team's
Bryce Arledge, Unioto (Baseball): The Unioto
lefty tossed a shutout against the high-powered
Zane Trace offense last week.
Logan Chaney, Huntington (Track): Chaney
posted an incredible 13-6 in the pole vault to set a
new meet record at the SE Invite. Chaney went
three feet higher than the second-place finisher.
Alek Stonerock, Westfall (Baseball): The WF
junior beat Piketon and Unioto to help his
Mustangs to a first-place start in SVC play.
Also receiving votes this week: Auston
Hottinger (Adena), Brice Vickers
(Huntington), Tyler Thompson & Tylar
Adkins (Paint Valley), Zach Farmer, Tyler
Spencer, Colten Williams, Craig McDowell,
Cameron Waddell (Piketon), Kyle Dunn
(Southeastern), Adrian Ross (Unioto), Daryin
Lewis (Westfall), Nate Newman & Justin
Hudnell (Zane Trace)
|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
|Last year's conference Player of the Year
started this year's league play with an
incredible performance. Bane hit for the cycle
against Southeastern while driving in 10 runs.
She also had two hits and two RBIs in a win
over Zane Trace. Bane also recorded the win in
the circle in both games.
|The Zane Trace junior has started three games
on the season and completed all of them.
Downs is 3-0 with an ERA of 0.33 while striking
out 20 batters in 21 innings of work. Downs is
also hitting .400 at the plate as ZT is off to a 7-2