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Last Week's
Winners
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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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BRAIDEN
COLLINS
Collins has helped her
Huntington squad to a 6-1
start. During this voting
period, Collins has scored
over 20 points per game and
has recorded nearly 10 steals
per game.
Huntington Lady Huntsmen
BRYCE
NEWLAND
Paint Valley Bearcats
Winter of 2017-2018
#3
The Paint Valley sophomore
enjoyed one of the best nights
in his young career in a win
over Adena. With his team
battling foul trouble, Newland
hit four threes on his way to a
25-point night. He also
grabbed 18 rebounds.
Lexi Woods, Paint Valley
(Basketball):
The Lady
Bearcats have played a brutal
schedule over the first month of
the season including Unioto,
Vinton County, North Adams,
Hillsboro, and Alexander. Paint
Valley has stayed competitive in
most of the action as Woods
averaged over 24 points per
game during this voting period.
Woods enters Christmas just shy
of 1,400 career points.

Ella Skeens, Southeastern
(Basketball):
Skeens has
pushed all the way into the top
five of SVC history in scoring.
Southeastern is now 7-2 as the
Lady Panthers have worked
through some solid non-league
opponents as Skeens averaged
24 points per game over the last
three games.


Also receiving votes during
this period:
Grace Lightle &
Avery Reuter (Piketon), Skylar
Hice (Southeastern), Jocie
Fisher (Unioto), Emily Robinson
(Westfall)
Cam Evans, Zane Trace
(Basketball):
One of the league’s
fastest growing stars, Evans
posted some great performances
leading up to the holiday break.
Evans averaged 22.5 points per
game in Zane Trace’s two most
recent wins – Southeastern and
Logan Elm, and the Pioneers are
now 5-2 overall.

Tanner Perdue, Piketon
(Basketball):
Piketon is off to a 5-
1 start as Perdue continues to
post big numbers. Perdue
averaged well over 20 points per
game during this period, and he
is now over 1,100 career points.

Also receiving votes during
this period:
Zach Fout (Adena),
Dylan Swingle (Paint Valley),
Aaron Gillum & Lane Ruby
(Southeastern), Peyton Hill,
Logan Swackhammer, Brandon
Kennedy, and Gabe Fisher
(Unioto), Kaleb Farmer (Westfall),
Isaac Beam (Zane Trace)
Thank you Herbie Strange for the continued support!
Herbie has been with us from day one (now in 10th year)!
THIRD WINTER SELECTIONS . . . SVC BASKETBALL HITS THE HOLIDAY BREAK