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Last Week's
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
When counting votes and
putting the individual notes
together, it seems like Gray
should win this award every
week. Gray is now 15-0 on
the season, has not lost a set,
and has had two perfect
games. Gray, who suffered
here only career loss in last
year’s state tournament, is a
big favorite to return to the
state tournament again this
Unioto Lady Shermans
Southeastern Panthers
Fall of 2017
The SE quarterback has led
the Panthers to a 5-0 start. In
the Week 5 win over Piketon,
Ruby proved he can impact a
game with his arm going 7-10
passing with 130 yards
through the air. He also tossed
two touchdowns. Ruby
impacted the game with his
feet as well rushing 13 times
for 67 yards and a score.
Madi Eberst, Unioto
In a big week for
Unioto, Eberst dished out 82
assists, made good on all 39
serve attempts while recoding
five aces, and shined
defensively with 34 digs and
nine total blocks.

Lanie Shea, Adena
Don’t look know
but Adena is 10-6 and a big
reason why is the play of
Shea. Now back in her normal
5-1 spot, Shea dominated
matches this week (four wins
for Adena) including a win at
Huntington where Shea
recorded 25 assists, 18 kills,
and 24 digs.

Cami Chandler, Piketon
Speaking of
impressive records, Piketon is
now 12-4. Chandler recorded
70 kills in 11 sets this week
including a win over Zane
Trace on Thursday and
another Pike County
Championship (Piketon’s third
straight) on Saturday.

Also receiving votes this
Kelsie Bossert
(Adena), Riley Black
(Huntington), Lea McFadden &
Savannah Smith (Paint
Valley), Maci Conley & Jordan
Morris (Piketon), Grace
Throne (Southeastern),
Amanda McGlone, Hannah
Hall & Jocie Fisher (Unioto),
Kristin Phillips & Darby
Beavers (Westfall), Haynna
Addy, Briana Fetters &
Hannah Unger (Zane Trace)
Ty Schobelock, Unioto
The Unioto one man
was steady as always in
Friday’s final day of SVC
play. Schobelock carded a
78 (40-38) to secure his
individual title and help
Unioto to a league title as

Macky McDonald, Paint
Valley (Football):
Unofficially Friday night,
McDonald rushed 19 times
for 102 yards, and a two-
point conversion in overtime
– a run that proved to be the
game-winner in a 28-26 win
over Huntington. McDonald
also had two receptions for
42 yards.

Seth Spellman, Westfall
Spellman is
proving to be the weapon that
gives Westfall its balance. In
Friday’s win over Adena,
Spellman rushed 17 times for
142 yards and two

Also receiving votes this
Cameron Nichols
(Adena), Elijah McCloskey &
Gavin Snyder (Huntington),
Lane Mettler & Tygr Tesi
(Paint Valley), Colton
Blakeman & Connor
Galloway (Piketon), Rex
Hartman, Carson Stauffer &
Dakota Houser
(Southeastern), Gabe Fisher,
Jamarcus Carroll, Jacob
Calvin & Nehemiah Felts
(Unioto), Zach Gibson,
Robert Lawler & Matt Walker
(Westfall), Carsyn Forcum &
Drew Rittenhouse (Zane
Thank you Herbie Strange for the continued support!
Herbie has been with us from day one (now in 10th year)!