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B O Y S
G I R L S
Steven Hall, Southeastern
(Track):
Hall advanced to the
state meet in 2 events.  
(200meter, and 4 x 100)
Dale McCullough, Zane
Trace (Baseball):  
The Zane
Trace slugger went 3-4 with an
RBI vs Wheelersburg in the
regional semi-final.
Taylor Beeler&Caleb
Chaney, Huntington (Track):
This huntsmen duo both won
regional championships and
advanced to the state meet.  
Beeler won the long jump, and
Chaney won the pole vault.
Caleb Southworth, Piketon
(Track):
The Piketon junior
advanced to the state meet in
two events.  (110 Hurdles, and
300 Hurdles)
Tanner Walls, Paint Valley
(Track):
This Bearcat
speedster advance to the state
meet in two events. (100
Hurdles, 300 Hurdles)
Megan Roll, Zane Trace
(Track):
Roll advanced to the
state track meet in two events.
(800 meter, 4x800 relay)
Taylor Hatfield, Zane Trace
(Track):
Hatfield continued her
outstanding freshman season by
qualifying for the state meet in
two events. (1600 meter, 4x800
relay)
Shella Zimmerman, Piketon
(Softball):
Shella finished an
incredible season, by striking out
12 Lakewood hitters in a   2-0
regional semi final loss.  
Zimmerman finished the year
with 273 strikeouts.
Zane Trace, Baseball

The Pioneer senior shortstop ended a great
season and career at Zane Trace on
Thursday by collecting 2 hits in a 7-6 loss
to Wheelersburg in the Regional
Tournament.  Wonderleigh was a part of 97
wins in his 4 year career at Zane Trace.  
He ended this season with a .425 average, 6
hr, 38 RBI, 6 triples, 9 doubles, and 12
stolen bases.
Adena, Softball

The Adena junior hit two home runs in the
regional tournament this week.  First, she
homered vs Wheelersburg in the regional
semi, helping her team to a 4-2 victory.  
Then, in the regional final against Lakewood,
she broke up the no hit bid of Akron bound
pitcher Alissa Birkhimer by homering to
center field in the seventh inning, helping
the Warriors to push the game to extra
innings.