Running Fox Golf  Course = SVC MATCH #4
THE RACE IS ON
CHILLICOTHE - Three straight Unioto wins to start the SVC golf season had things looking like a race
for second-place; however, things took a major turn Wednesday night at Running Fox Golf Course
when Huntington recorded its first league win of the season with Unioto slipping to third. Add it all up
and what you got is a tight race as the league hits the halfway point.
Huntington

Caleb Chaney  48
Craig Magill  39
Duane Irvin  41
Casey Guilliams  40
Zach Thompson  39
Drew Flack 51

TEAM TOTAL  159
Unioto

Caleb Stidham  41
Drew Nichols  40
Cory Porter  48 (TB)
Ryan Bates  45
Tyler Congrove  48
Dallas Johnson  44

TEAM TOTAL  170
Piketon

Jake Nutt  40
Jon Crace  38
Derek Lamerson  48
Saxton Nance 52 (TB)
Jay Davis  44


TEAM TOTAL 170
Westfall

Nathan Cline 42
Shane Ferrell  47
Colton Graham 48
Slade Ranke 46
Clint Boring 44
Joey Russillilo 48


TEAM TOTAL 179
Adena

Zach Skaggs 43
Austin Dennis 45
Eamon Boyle 47
Clay Dennis 43
Evan Hirsch 45
Trevor Hauserman 58


TEAM TOTAL 176
Zane Trace

Seth Ash 48
Drew Davis 36
Joe Speakman 46
James Kessler 44
Michele Schambs 46
Jordan Long 43

TEAM TOTAL 169
Southeastern

Ben Davis 43
Cassie Peters 43
Eric Stauffer 42
Mick Cooper 45
Wes Finley 51


TEAM TOTAL 173
Paint Valley

Josh Long  45
Kaleb Potts 41
Ryan Lemaster 45
Rowan Baird 56
Joe Bethel 66
Tommy Septer 60

TEAM TOTAL 198
Match #4
TEAM SCORING
Standings
After 4 of 8 matches
Huntington finishes first, Unioto finshes third
SVC GOLF race heats up as league reaches halfway point
Zane Trace's Drew Davis captured medalist
honors with a round of 36. Davis helped
his Pioneers to a season-high second-place
finish
Huntington's Craig Magill continues to be one of the league's most consistent players shooting a 39 while
teammate Zach Thompson carded a 39 as well. Casey Gulliams shot 40 and Duane Irvin fired a 41 to
complete the 159 winning total. Perhaps the biggest scores of the night (in terms of the SVC standings)
come from Unioto's Cory Porter (48) and Piketon's Saxton Nance (52). These two scores gave Unioto
the tie-breaker needed to secure third-place and the slim one-point advantage they keep in the overall
standings after four matches. The Piketon duo of Jake Nutt and Jon Crace continues to carry the
Redstreak load. Crace fired a 38 and Nutt a 40 as Piketon threatened the Shermans but fell short on the
fifth score.
SVC Match #5 is next Tuesday at Crown Hill Golf Course
One of the most overlooked stories over the past week in SVC golf is the improvement of Southeastern.
The Panthers posted four, bogey-golf-or-better scores Wednesday night to finish in fifth place - just four
shots out of second place. Adena, Westfall, and Paint Valley rounded out the order dropping all of them in
overall rank in terms of where they were entering the night.
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