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SVC MATCH #6
Thursday, September 16, 2010
Huntington's Irvin continues hot week with another 36 to earn medalist
Unioto
156
Colton Forcum 38
Josh Cushing 41
Dallas Johnson 40
Drew Nichols 41
Ricky Currier 38
Michael Smart 40
Zane Trace
180
Southeastern
168
Huntington
175
Paint Valley
266
Westfall
201
Adena
196
Piketon
187
Duane Irvin 36
Brody Colgrove 51
Josh Neff 45
Shania Irvin 48
Brennan Pollack 56
Eric Addy  46
Ben Davis 42
Eli McKee 44
Layton Ackley 42
Kannon Strausbaugh 40
Mic Cooper 49
Sam Harper 59
Saxon Nance 46
Jay Davis 45
Deric Lamerson 49
Craigen Moore 49
Devin Gragg 47
Kolt Goode 55
Michele Schambs 39
Nate Newman 45
Jesson Hill 50
Jacob Pontius 46
Josh Harrington 54
Levi Dailey 57
Calib Puckett 43
Dylan Arthurs 49
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Drew List  56
Isaac Rhoades 53
Chase Green 64
Austin Dennis 48
Trent Huston 50
Trevor Hauserman 54
Shad Dailey 53
Griffen Bowdle 46
Nick Hooks 52
Drake Ellsworth 57
Tyler Thompson 75
Bryce Haddox 68
Caleb Strausbaugh 66
Jeremy Green 84
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Thursday night at Jaycees Golf Course the eight Scioto
Valley Conference schools got together for SVC Match
#6. In terms of team scores, it was Unioto once again
posting the winning total. The Shermans posted a 156 -
a score that was 12 strokes better than second-place
Southeastern.

Huntington finished third with a score of 175. The
Huntsmen were led by Duane Irvin. Irvin shot a medalist
round Thursday night as the defending conference Player
of the Year carded a 36. Irvin's round was two shots
better than Unioto's Colton Forcum giving Irvin a slight
advantage in this year's POY race heading into next
week's final two rounds at Foxfire Golf Course.

The overall league scoring was a little higher than earlier
in the year, but other rounds in the 30's Thursday
included Unioto's Ricky Currier with a 38 and Zane
Trace's Michele Schambs with a 39.

With Unioto's sixth straight win, the Tanks are obviously
on their way to another conference title, but the race for
second continues to be a battle. With Southeastern
beating Huntington at Jaycees, the two teams are now
tied with the 18-hole match coming up next Thursday.
The standings also have three teams within three points
of one another in the fourth, fifth, and sixth spots.

For the updated SVC golf standings, click
here to visit
SVCsportszone's golf homepage. At the bottom of this
page you will also find the indivdual standings
(
up-to-date standings should be posted by late
Friday morning
).
Scioto Valley Conference Golf
www.svcsportszone.com
UNIOTO
CONTINUES TO
ROLL IN SVC PLAY
Unioto wins again to stay
perfect in SVC play