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SVC MATCH #5
Wednesday, September 8, 2010
Irvin fires a 39 to earn medalist honors; Huntsmen take over second in SVC
Unioto
167
Colton Forcum 41
Drew Nichols 45
Josh Cushing 43
Ricky Currier 44
Dallas Johnson 40
Michael Smart 43
Zane Trace
186
Southeastern
187
Huntington
185
Paint Valley
269
Westfall
185
Adena
193
Piketon
192
Duane Irvin 39
Brody Colgrove 50 (TB)
Josh Neff 49
Shania Irvin 48
Brennan Pollack 49
Eric Addy  66
Ben Davis 41
Eli McKee 44
Layton Ackley 50
Kannon Strausbaugh 52
Mic Cooper 55
Brandon Smith 67
Saxon Nance 40
Jay Davis 50
Deric Lamerson 51
Craigen Moore 51
Kolt Goode WD
Devin Gragg 57
Michele Schambs 46
Nate Newman 47
Jesson Hill 49
Jacob Pontius 44
Evan Sams 60
D.J. Jordan  56
Calib Puckett 42
Nick Elster 49
Norman Chenoweth 44
Drew List  55 (TB)
Kaleb Lindsey  59
Isaac Rhoades 50
Austin Dennis 43
Trent Huston 51
Trevor Hauserman 48
Shad Dailey 54
Griffen Bowdle 51
Nick Hooks 61
Drake Ellsworth 58
Tyler Thompson 51
Bryce Haddox 75
Caleb Strausbaugh 85
Jeremy Green DQ
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In Wednesday night's SVC Match #5 the Unioto
Shermans continued to use their depth to distance
themselves from
the rest of the Scioto Valley Conference. Unioto was
unable to post a round in the 30's in their win, but no
score was over 43 as the purple and gold posted a 167
to win by 18 strokes.

Dallas Johnson led Unioto with a 40. Colton Forcum
added a 41 and Josh Cushing and Michael Smart both
carded rounds of 43.

One of the main stories in this match was the race for
second-place in the standings. Only two shots separated
places two through five on Wednesday; however
Huntington used a fifth score tie-breaker to take
second-place and Southeastern finished in fifth-place at
187 to give Huntington outright second-place in the
current overall team standings.

Individually, Huntington's Duane Irvin earned medalist
honors, but the overall race for player of the year will
not change much. The top-five players posted rounds
Wednesday night that will be dropped due to it being
their highest score.  One of those players is
Southeastern's Eli McKee. McKee - coming off his
record round last week -  did struggle this week;
however, if you missed last week's story you will want
to
click here to see his scorecard.

The win moves Unioto to 40 overall points in the SVC
standings. The league will return to action next
Wednesday at Jaycees. Click
here to see the entire
league standings entering that match..
Scioto Valley Conference Golf
www.svcsportszone.com
FIVE
FOR
FIVE
Unioto wins again to stay
perfect in SVC play