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SVC MATCH #1
Wednesday, August 18, 2010
UNIOTO ROLLS IN SCIOTO VALLEY CONFERENCE OPENER
Unioto
157
Drew Nichols  38
Josh Cushing 39
Colton Forcum 39
Ricky Currier 43
Michael Smart 41
Dallas Johnson 41
Zane Trace
189
Southeastern
172
Huntington
169
Paint Valley
246
Westfall
195
Adena
215
Piketon
185
Duane Irvin 39
Brody Colgrove 44
Shania Irvin 44
Josh Neff 42
Eric Addy 50
Brennan Pollack 47
Ben Davis 38
Eli McKee 41
Layton Ackley 42
Mic Cooper 56
Kannon Strausbaugh 51
Sam Harper  56
Jay Davis 40
Saxon Nance 48
Deric Lamerson 46
Craigen Moore 51
Kolt Goode 57
Devin Gragg 53
Michele Schambs 44
Daniel Melton 50
Jesson Hill 44
Nate Newman 51
Evan Sams 60
Jacob Pontius 58
Calib Puckett 46
Nick Elster 49
Norman Chenoweth 54
Dylan Arthurs 49
Chase Green 75
Kaleb Lindsey 51
Austin Dennis 51
Griffen Bowdle 60
Trent Huston 50
Shad Dailey 54
Max Putnam 87
Megan Glandon 76
Drake Ellsworth 58
Tyler Thompson 62
Caleb Strausbaugh 73
Bryce Haddox 64
Jeremy Green 62
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The Scioto Valley Conference saw league play get
underway Wednesday night down at Big Beaver Golf
Course. The home course of the Piketon Redstreaks
hosted all eight league schools as Unioto's 157 took
SVC Match #1 by 12 shots over Huntington. Unioto
was led by Drew Nichols who carded a round of 38 to
lead the Tanks.

Individually, another defending champ (click
here to
look back at last year's team and invidual final standings)
enjoyed a good opening round as returning player of the
year, Huntington's Duane Irvin, shot a 39. Unioto's Josh
Cushing and Colton Forcum both shot 39 as well, but it
was Southeastern's Ben Davis who shared co-medalist
honors at 38 with Nichols.

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.
Huntington earns seven in second while Southeastern,
perhaps the league's most improved team earned six for
their third-place finish.

The league will return to action Tuesday night at the VA
for SVC Match #2, but then the eight teams make a
quick turnaround with SVC Match #3 taking place at
Valley Vista on Thursday.
Scioto Valley Conference Golf
www.svcsportszone.com
Unioto's Drew Nichols &
Southeastern's Ben Davis both
carded rounds of 38 - one shot
better than returning POY Duane
Irvin and Unioto teammates Josh
Cushing and Colton Forcum.