's Athlete of the Week
Sunday, October 5th - Saturday, October 11th
Paint Valley's Colton Morris
The Paint Valley do-it-all star
rushed 22 times for 284 yards,
caught three balls for 109 yards,
and scored five total
touchdowns to lead PV to a
homecoming win over Unioto

The big night keeps Morris on
pace to end this season well
over 2,000 yards in terms of
total offense.
Adena's Ashley Jordan
Easy decision on the female side
this week when you consider in the
history of SVC sports, Adena's
Ashley Jordan became the first
athlete - male or female - to win
every single SVC game in a career.
Jordan, who leads the SVC in kills
at 4.38 per game, has helped
Adena to 56-straight SVC wins - a
league record in any sport.
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Honorable Mention
Honorable Mention
Jordie Wonderleigh, ZT (Football): 22
carries for 239 yards and 3 TDs
Adrian Ross, Unioto (CC): The Unioto
freshman ran a 16:41 crossing the finish
line 17-seconds ahead of teammate Mark
Flury to capture the top individual honor
at the SVC league meet.
Caleb Southworth, Piketon (Football):
12 receptions for 197 yards and 3 TDs
Buddy Barnes, Adena (Football): Last
week's winner was up to again this week
as he rushed 27 times for 182 yards. The
Adena senior also threw a 16-yard TD
and returned an INT for a 50-yard TD.
Taylor Hatfield, ZT (CC): After taking
first in the county meet last week, the ZT
freshman ran a 19:26 to take first-place in
the girls SVC race.
Katelyn Jinks, Unioto (Volleyball): The
Unioto senior was incredible in a two-win
week for her Lady Shermans. Jinks
recorded 34 kills, 53 digs, and 10 blocks in
Unioto's two, five-set wins. The two wins
were the difference in Unioto finishing in
outright second compared to possibly
Hannah Gabriel, WF (Volleyball): The
WF setter recorded 67 assists, 42 digs, 11
kills, and 9 aces.
Look back at last
week's winners