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Last Week's
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Honorable Mention
Honorable Mention
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
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MADISON
STATEN-KNIEF
The Westfall libero was
outstanding in last week’s
district tournament. Staten-
Knief provided a big time
spark in Westfall’s four-set,
upset win over Adena, and
then was phenomenal in the
final few sets of WF’s
comeback, five-set win
against Alexander. She is
currently approaching 600
digs on the season, and her
Lady Mustangs will now
play in this week’s regional
tournament.
Westfall Lady Mustangs
CARSON
STAUFFER
Southeastern Panthers
Fall of 2017
#1
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The talented running back
helped Southeastern complete
the perfect season. Stauffer
rushed 22 times for 178 yards
in SE’s Week 10 win over
Westfall. He also scored four
touchdowns. The Panthers
now head to Week 11 where
they will host a game as the
No. 2 seed in their region.
Cami Chandler, Piketon
(Volleyball):
The senior capped
off an amazing career with 65
more kills during her tournament
run. Chandler helped Piketon to
a district runner-up finish.

Madi Eberst, Unioto
(Volleyball):
Eberst helped
Unioto to a 24-2 record including
a league title (Gold Ball), a
sectional title, and a district
runner-up. Along the way, Eberst
also became the all-time SVC
leader in assists.


Ella Skeens, Southeastern
(Volleyball):
Skeens has taken
her game to another level during
SE’s district title run. In two
district matches, Skeens had 33
kills and nine blocks. The Lady
Panthers now prepare for this
week’s regional tournament.

Sylvia Gray, Unioto (Tennis):
The sophomore star followed up
her second straight perfect
regular season with a return to
the State Tournament. Gray won
her first match before falling in
the quarterfinal. The
performance gave Gray a Top-8
finish in the state.


Also receiving votes during
this period:
Lanie Shea
(Adena), Gus Hooks & Riley
Black (Huntington), Savannah
Smith, Kelsey Dunn & Lea
McFadden (Paint Valley),
Jordan Morris, Maci Conley &
Grace Lightle (Piketon), Lauren
Goebel & Skylar Hice
(Southeastern), Jocie Fisher,
Jayla Campbell & Ashley Taylor
(Unioto), Darby Beavers &
Kristin Phillips (Westfall), Abbey
Mohan & Evie Bennett (Zane
Trace)
Tucker Markko, Unioto
(Cross Country):
Markko
finished third in last week’s
Regional Cross Country Meet in
Pickerington. The performance
helped lead Unioto to a regional
runner-up finish, and it earned a
spot in this week’s State Cross
Country Meet.


Jordan Waller, Zane Trace
(Football):
Waller had four
receptions for 89 yards and
three touchdowns to help ZT to
a Week 10 win over Huntington.
The Pioneers finished the
season at 7-3.

Also receiving votes during
this period:
Preston Sykes &
Cam Nichols (Adena), Gavin
Snyder & Elijah McCloskey
(Huntington), Tygr Tesi (Paint
Valley), Connor Galloway &
Chase Grooms (Piketon),
Dakota Houser, The SE
Offensive Line (Isaiah
Lafontaine, Alan Mead, Pratt
Higley, Brayden Thompson,
Andrew Moore, John Winfield,
Trey Brown, Corbin Ford) &
Lane Ruby (Southeastern),
Dalton Poole, Jamarcus Carroll
& Gabe Fisher (Unioto), Zach
Gibson & Seth Spellman
(Westfall), Ty Shanton & Drew
Rittenhouse (Zane Trace)
Thank you Herbie Strange for the continued support!
Herbie has been with us from day one (now in 10th year)!