RUNNING FOX GOLF COURSE
SVC MATCH #4
2011
A SINGLE STROKE
Unioto
145
Colton Forcum 35
Josh Cushing 35
Dallas Johnson 39
Michael Smart 37
Sam Calvin 40
Caleb Cushing 38
Zane Trace
164
Southeastern
146
Huntington
187
Paint Valley
202
Westfall
170
Adena
163
Piketon
171
Brennan Pollack 49
Erik Addy 44
Logan Carroll 47
Dillon Stitt 49
Josh Neff 47
Travis Ray 50
Ben Davis 32
Eli McKee 38
Layton Ackley 38
Kannon Strausbaugh  38
Eric Stauffer  42
Bill Magill 50
Saxon Nance  40
Jay Davis  42
Devin Gragg  48
Wyatt Brewster  41
Tyler Meredith 52
Steven Barlow 53
Trevor Bennett 46
Wes Beam 42
Jesson Hill 39
Cole Arnold 42
Nate Nesser 52
Nate Newman 41
Andrew Pettenski  48
Norman Chenoweth  45
Kaleb Lindsey  39
Dylan Arthurs 45
Chase Green  51
Drew List 41
Austin Dennis 40
Griffen Bowdle 49
Trevor Hauserman 41
Austin Hottinger 42
Hunter Miller 40
Tucker Putnam 50
Tyler Thompson 40
Drake Ellsworth  48
Bryce Haddox  57
Caleb Strausbaugh  
57
Jeremy Green  59
Zac Conn 68
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Southeastern's Ben
Davis once again
posted a match-best
round of 32; however,
Unioto counted four
scores of 38 or better
to escape with a
one-stroke win over
the Southeastern
Panthers
Wednesday's Best
Ben Davis, SE
Colton Forcum, Unioto
Josh Cushing, Unioto
Michael Smart, Unioto
Eli McKee, SE
Layton Ackley, SE
Kannon Strausbaugh, SE
Caleb Cushing, Unioto
Dallas Johnson, Unioto
Jesson Hill, Zane Trace
Kaleb Lindsey, Westfall
32
35
35
37
38
38
38
38
39
39
39
Many SVC fans had their eyes on the Running Fox
round as a possible chance for the league standings to
get a shakeup. Southeastern definitely showed up and
put pressure on Unioto as did Adena to some extent,
but Unioto simply continues to post ridiculous numbers.
Wednesday, the Shermans dropped a 39 and a 40 as
the purple and gold used four rounds of 38 or better to
post a 145.

Southeastern, who was in desperate need of a win in
order to stay in striking distance of an SVC title,
presented a legitimate challenge. Ben Davis carded a
four-under round of 32 to earn medalist honors. Three
teammates added scores of 38 as the Panthers fell one-
stroke short of Unioto. In actuality, Southeastern would
have needed to get to 144 to win, because Unioto
would have won on the fifth score in case of a tie.

Another big storyline in this year’s golf league is
Adena. The Warriors have proven to play with more
depth and more consistency than I thought they would
be capable of entering the season. Wednesday, Adena
shot a 163 to squeak by Zane Trace by a single stroke
for a third-place finish.

Individually, the overall scoring was much lower in the
fourth league match. In comparison to last week’s
match at Valley Vista where only two rounds were in
the 30s, Wednesday’s top scores saw 11 players
score better than 40.

As for the team standings, the win gives Unioto a four
point lead with just four matches to play.
Click here to
see the updated team standings. We will also have the
individual standings updated on Thursday.

Next up for the league is next Thursday at Jaycees.
Schedule