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Honorable Mention
Thank you fans for a week
of several votes from
around the SVC. Remember, the
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week by sending votes to
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LEA
McFADDEN
Due to a reschedule, the
Lady Bearcats played four
straight nights last week,
and in those matches
McFadden went crazy with
her serve. The junior
recorded over 30 aces
including an incredible 18 in
one match against Ripley.
She finished the regular
season first in the SVC in
aces per set. McFadden and
her PV squad continue to
show strides in a tough
SVC picking up two
nonconference wins last
week and won its first SVC
set since 2013 by pushing
Huntington to five sets.
Paint Valley Lady Bearcats
TUCKER
MARKKO
Unioto Shermans
Fall of 2017
#9
Markko scorched the Zane
Trace course over the
weekend to take the SVC
individual title. Markko
posted the fourth fastest
time in the history of the ZT
course, and his win led a
perfect Unioto score as the
Shermans won the team
championship.
Abbey Mohan, Zane Trace
(Cross Country):
The junior
won the individual title with a
time of 20:29 at Saturday’s SVC
Cross Country Meet. The win
helped lead her Lady Pioneers
to a team title.

Madi Eberst, Unioto
(Volleyball):
The senior setter
went over the 2,300 mark for
career assists this past week
while leading her team to three
more wins. Unioto ended the
regular season at 21-1 overall
and a perfect 14-0 in the SVC.


Also receiving votes this
week:
Lanie Shea (Adena),
Savannah Smith (Paint Valley),
Cami Chandler (Piketon), Ella
Skeens, McKinley Mitten &
Lauren Goebel (Southeastern),
Hallie Pinkerton, Alex Evans,
Sylvia Gray, Erin Callahan, Kylee
Bethel & Jocie Fisher (Unioto),
Makinley Trapp (Westfall),
Hannah Unger, Haynna Addy &
Evie Bennett (Zane Trace)
Connor Galloway, Piketon
(Football):
The sophomore
connected on 16 of 19 pass
attempts Friday night including
290 yards and two touchdowns.
The Redstreaks won at
Huntington 21-7.


Ty Shanton, Zane Trace
(Football):
In Friday’s win over
Adena, Shanton tossed three
touchdowns to help ZT’s offense
post 42 points in the blowout
win.


Dalton Poole, Unioto
(Football):
Poole started the
game Friday night with an 80-yd
KO return for a TD. He also
added a rushing TD later in the
game as Unioto beat Westfall
34-7.

Also receiving votes this
week:
Tanner Veach & Luke
Nichols (Piketon), Carson
Stauffer, Dakota Houser, Lane
Ruby & Rex Hartman
(Southeastern), Gabe Fisher, Ty
Schobelock & Jacob Calvin
(Unioto), Will Palmer (Zane
Trace)
Thank you Herbie Strange for the continued support!
Herbie has been with us from day one (now in 10th year)!