|2012 * Spring * Week 4
|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
|Charlene Stout, Paint Valley (Track): After
winning meet medalist at the Huntington Invite,
Stout then anchored a pair of school records in the
1600 and 3200 relays at the Ross County Meet.
Alayna Lytle, Huntington (Softball): Lytle was a
tough luck loser in a one-run loss to Westfall in a
game where the Huntington pitcher struck out 10.
She then defeated Adena pitching a complete game
without allowing an earned run and recording a 4-4
night at the plate.
Jackie Kellough, Huntington (Track): The
junior won both hurdle events on her way to a
co-medalist finish at the Ross County Meet.
Gina Rosshirt, Westfall (Softball): The
sophomore first beat Huntington with a great
performance in the circle (CG, 10 K, BB, 3 H, 2
ER). She also shutout Paint Valley to help her Lady
Mustangs finish in third place all alone in the final
Also receiving votes this week: Andrea Poehler
& Logan Bowdle (Adena), Layne Beasley
(Huntington), Taylor Baker, Laci Stanforth, &
Erin Riley (Paint Valley), Adrien Dunn
(Piketon), Cami Brookover (Southeastern),
Gina Wright, Erin Bane, & Madison Trainer
(Unioto), Jessica Proehl & Cecilia Wallace
|Adrian Ross, Unioto (Track): The N.C. State
bound runner posted an incredible 4:12 at the
Louisville Dream Mile as Ross beat some of the
Kirk Yates, Adena (Baseball): Yates helped his
Warriors to a big league win as he pitched a
complete game and hammered a HR in a 3-2 win
over Zane Trace.
Zach Farmer, Piketon (Baseball): Farmer had
multiple great performances recently, but it was
his 18-strikeout performance in a win against
Adena that had the emails supporting him.
Tyler Thompson, Paint Valley (Baseball):
After being a tough luck loser in a complete game
effort (7 K, ER) against Huntington, the
sophomore RHP tossed a complete game win
against SE as he Kâ€™d seven Panthers in five
Alek Stonerock, Westfall (Baseball): In a 3-2
win over Adena, Stonerock hit a go-ahead homerun
before taking the ball to secure the win with two
scoreless innings of relief.
Walker Liston, Unioto (Track): Liston won the
400 while finishing 2nd in the 100, 2nd in the 200,
and 2nd in 800 relay to earn meet medalist at this
yearâ€™s Ross County Meet.
Also receiving votes this week: Auston
Hottinger (Adena), Luke Hocker, Jacob
Kellough& Austin Dyer (Huntington), Mason
McCloy & Daniel Gardner (Paint Valley),
Chaz Bowman (Piketon), Cody Hendershot,
Kyle Dunn, & Steven Hall (Southeastern),
Bryce Arledge & Christian Spradlin (Unioto),
Daryin Lewis & Neal Hegarty (Westfall), Nate
Newman, Jerrod Collins, Ian Carle, & Trent
Downs (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
|During the recent winning streak for
Huntington, Vickers won three straight games
on the mound including a two-hit, 10-strikeout
shutout of Southeastern. He also delivered a
walk-off RBI single in a big win over Piketon.
|The Zane Trace rookie capped off an
incredible year in the circle and at the plate.
Geno helped her ZT team to a
co-championship while leading the league in
wins, strikeouts, batting average, RBIs, HRs,
doubles, and runs.