DOGWOOD HILLS GOLF COURSE
SVC MATCH #1
2011
UNIOTO STARTS REPEAT
EFFORTS WITH WIN
Unioto
153
Colton Forcum  40
Josh Cushing  37
Dallas Johnson  38
Michael Smart  38
Sam Calvin  41
Caleb Cushing  43
Zane Trace
187
Southeastern
168
Huntington
191
Paint Valley
217
Westfall
192
Adena
185
Piketon
170
Brennan Pollack  44
Erik Addy 44
Josh Neff  54
Logan Carroll 49
Travis Ray  62
Austin Long  57
Ben Davis 36
Eli McKee 42
Layton Ackley 43
Eric Stauffer  52
Kannon Strausbaugh 47
Bill Magill  54
Saxon Nance  37
Jay Davis  41
Devin Gragg  46
Wyatt Brewster  46
Michael Lucas  56
Steven Barlow  60
Nate Newman  43
Wes Beam  47
Jesson Hill  50
Trevor Bennett  47
Jacob Pontius  56
Levi Dailey  50
Andrew Pettenski  51
Norman Chenoweth  43
Kaleb Lindsey  47
Chase Green  58
Drew List  52
Eli Spicer 51
Austin Dennis 43
Griffen Bowdle 47
Trevor Hauserman  49
Austin Hottinger  46
Hunter Miller  51
Tucker Putnam  58
Tyler Thompson  41
Drake Ellsworth  46
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Bryce Haddox  73
Caleb Strausbaugh  
66
Jeremy Green  64
Dogwood Golf Course hosted all eight SVC schools
Thursday afternoon to tee off the 2011 league race.
Defending champion Unioto was steady top to bottom
as all six starters shot 43 or better to post a winning
score of 153 - a score that was 15 shots better than
second-place Southeastern and 17 strokes better than
third-place Piketon.

Individually, it was one of last year's top finishers (click
here to look back at last year's team and invidual final
standings) starting the year with a win as Southeastern's
Ben Davis shot a 36. Piketon's Saxon Nance was just
one stroke back with a round of 37.

Remember, individuals must play in seven matches to
qualify for all-league at the end of the year. If a player
does score in all eight, only the player's top seven scores
will count in the all-league standings.

Unioto, who appears to once again have incredible
depth in this year's line-up, takes the early lead in the
team standings earning eight, first-place points. Unioto's
winning score was a result of Josh Cushing's 37,
Michael Smart and Dallas Johnson both shooting 38,
and Colton Forcum firing a 40. Southeastern earns
seven in second while Piketon earned six for their
third-place finish. Other solid individual rounds included
Paint Valley's Tyler Thompson and Jay Davis of Piketon
both shooting a round of 41. Unioto's Sam Calvin also
shot a 41.

The league will return to action Wednesday at Big
Beaver Golf Course for SVC Match #2.
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Southeastern's Ben Davis shot a
match-best 36 and Piketon's
Saxon Nance carded a 37, but it
was Unioto posting six scores of
43 or better that added up for the
153 winning total Thursday