SCIOTO VALLEY
CONFERENCE
2010 Golf
Unioto, Irvin both capture repeat titles on Thursday
Thursday did not bring much
unknown in terms of who would
be crowned SVC champion;
however, the question of Unioto's
perfect season still had two steps
remaining. Those two steps were
taken care of at Foxfire as Unioto
won both the front (SVC Match
#7) and back nine (SVC Match
#8).

The race that was tight entering
the final rounds was the race for
Player of the Year. Huntington's
Duane Irvin and Unioto's Colton
Forcum entered Thursday tied at
the top of the indvidiaul standings.
Irvin did have a slight advantage
in terms of the worst score that he
was dropping through five rounds.

Irvin posted a medalist round of
36 on the front side while Forcum
posted a 39. This gave Irvin a
huge advantage because no matter
what Irvin shot on the back he
would be able to drop anything
worse than 39. That actually was
the case as Irvin carded a
back-nine 40. Forcum struggled
on the back shooting a 44.

The way Unioto won the back
nine really told the story for SVC
golf this season. With Forcum
shooting the before mentioned 44
and Drew Nichols shooting a 48,
you would think it would open the
door for someone to beat the
puple and gold, but just like so
many times this season, Unioto's
depth proved to be the difference.
Michal Smart posted a medal
round on the back of 39 as
Unioto's three through six posted
a team score of 162 to win by 17
strokes.

Despite Irvin's solid individual
play, Huntington did not play well
as a team. This allowed
Southeastern to take over
second-place in the final team
standings. Huntington finished
third. Click
here to see every
score from every player in
Thursday's SVC Match #7 and
SVC Match #8, and click
here to
see the final 2010 SVC Team
Standings and Individual
Standings.
CLICK HERE TO FIND A
LINK TO EVERY SCORE OF
EVERY SVC MATCH IN 2010
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