PAINT VALLEY WRESTLER
JORDAN OTT SIGNS WITH
MANCHESTER UNIVERSITY IN
INDIANA
ZANE TRACE GOLFER DREW DAVIS SIGNS
WITH MOUNT VERNON NAZERENE
UNIVERSITY
ADENA'S ANDREW COTTRILL
SIGNS TO PLAY BASEBALL AT
RIO GRANDE
Huntington's Sam Mitchell
signs to play football at Urbana
Unioto's Shane Maier signs to play
basketball at Malone University
Piketon's Evan
Legg signed his
letter of intent to
play college
basketball at the
University of Rio
Grande.
Adena's Kelsey
Bielanow is
heading to
Shawnee State
University to play
volleyball
Unioto's Madison Davis is heading to Kent State to play volleyball

Front Row = Maddie Davis and parents Bryan & Leah
Back Row = L-R = Janet Sharp, Varsity Coach Aaron Ridenour, Guidance Counselor Sarah Williams, Asst. Varsity Coach Cindy
Davis, Gary Miller

Davis represented District 14 in the Division II State All-Star Match this past weekend. Maddie finished with seven kills in 13
attempts with only one hitting error for a kill percentage of 58%.. Maddie also tallied four blocks in the three game match.
LEFT: Westfall setter
Hannah Gabriel is heading
to Columbus State University
on a Full Athletic
Scholarship to play
volleyball.
RIGHT: Gabriel is going to
be joined by teammate
Haylie Joyce at Columbus
State. Joyce is going to be
heading to CSU as a
"preferred walk-on" in
volleyball.
Zane Trace's
Michele Schambs
signed a letter of
intent to play
college golf at the
University of
Findlay. Schambs
plans to major in
pharmacy.
ARLEDGE TO MOREHEAD STATE
F row L-R:
Loren Arledge (Granddad), Mackenzie, Crystal Arledge (Mother)   B row L-R: Wilma Gillott
(Adm. Assistant), Jay Arledge (Father), Cyndy Driggs (Head Coach), Sara Williams (Guidance Counselor)
Pictured Principal Todd Holdren, Coach Smith (SSU), Coach Joe Dunkle, Linda Holder (Guidance)
Sitting Brother Levi, Mom Kendra, Erin Dailey, Dad Barry

Erin Dailey a senior at Zane Trace High School signed to play basketball at Shawnee State University.
She is a four year letterman averaging 11 points, 11 rebounds, 4 blocks, 2 assists, and 4 steals per game.
Her plans are to study Occupational Therapy while playing basketball for coach Robin Hagen-Smith and The SSU Bears.
Huntington High School senior Darik Holschuh signed Friday, Feb. 4, 2011 to play football at West Virginia University Institute of
Technology.  Darik was SVC Honorable Mention for two years and is an SVC Scholar Athlete.

Darik is being recruited by the Golden Bears to play offensive line. West Virginia Tech is an NAIA Division I team theat competes
in the Mid-South Conference. Darik will be studying Civil Engineering.

Photo front:
Mark Holschuh, father, Darik Holschuh, and Shelley Holschuh, mother.

Back:
Huntington Principal Keith Stevenson , Athletic Director  Terri Eldridge , Head Coach Tom Carmon , Travis Everhart-Recruiting
Coordinator of Institue of Technology, West Virginial University , Coach Dan Hooks, Coach Keith Greene , Coach Terry Deal
Shawnee State Bound
Huntington's Brandon Magill
to run CC at the next level
Huntington's Brandon Magill recently signed to
run cross country next year for Shawnee State.
Magill, who ran all the way to the state meet
last season, plans to major in education.
Doug French, a senior track and
cross country athlete for Unioto,
signed a national letter of intent last
week to attend Malone University.  
Malone is the two-time defending
National Champions for NAIA in
cross country and are coached by
the US Distance Coach for the 2012
London Olympics Jack Hazen.  
Doug was a state qualifier in Cross
Country last year and earned
All-Ohio honors in track in his
junior year for Unioto as a member
of the schools 4x800 meter relay.  
He also was a member of this
winter's 4x800 team which finished
6th in Ohio.   French opens his
Senior Outdoor Season today at the
Zane Trace Invitational.
French heading to Malone
WESTFALL'S WOLFE
HEADING TO ASHLAND
Seated L to R:  Scott Wolfe, Zach
Wolfe, Christy Wolfe
Standing L to R:  Superintendent
Jim Brady, Assistant Coach John
Bruce, Head Baseball Coach Trevor
Thomas, Principal Tom Lehman and
Athletic Director Allen Koker
This is a picture of Jared Vulgamore signing letter of intent to attend University of Rio Grande.
Front Row Cody Vulgamore- Brother, Amy Vulgamore- Mother, Jared Vulgamore, Darren Vulgamore-Father
Back Row Jason Taylor- Athletic Director, Gene Bumgardner- Piketon Head Baseball Coach, Brad
Warnamount- Rio Grande Head Baseball Coach, Jeff Reuter- Piketon High School Principal.
Jared will major in Intevention Specialist Education.
Unioto's Kelsey Detillion will be attend Otterbein University in the fall where she will be a
member of the Cardinal track team. There she will join 2010 Unioto graduate Liza Elliott.  
Kelsey is a National Honor Society member and past Scioto Valley Conference and Ross
County Champion in the discus.  Kelsey plans to study athletic training and physical therapy.
Josh Cushing is headed to Wright State to play golf. As a senior at Unioto, Cushing averaged a 38.6 as
he ended a career that included three All-SVC selections, two appearances in the state tournament,
and a pair of state honorable mention finishes as a junior (13th) and as a senior (15th).
From left to right in the picture it is Chris Hoffman, Kinnedy Hatfield, Sandy Hoffman, Taylor
Hatfield, Tony Hatfield, Karen Hatfield, Mr. Holdren, Mrs. Johnston, Mr. Boedeker.  CLICK
HERE TO LOOK BACK AT TAYLOR'S INCREDIBLE CC CAREER AS WELL AS HERE
FOR HER TRACK CAREER.
Unioto's Erin Bane
signs to play soccer
for Ohio Dominican
Unioto's Adrian Ross
signed to run at N.C.
State Thursday night.
Ross was joined by
family and friends at
Cardo's Family Fun
Center in the Triple
Crown building in
Chillicothe as he made
the college decision
official. You can hear
SVCsportszone's
interview with Ross on
the upcoming episode of
the Cardo's Family Fun
Center SVC Sports Talk
podcast show.
Coach Matt Paxton of Unioto can also
be heard on this week's podcast show
as he talks about how proud he is of
his Unioto star as well as what Ross
and Hatfield have done for the running
sports in the Scioto Valley Conference.
Paint Valley's Daniel Gardner (middle) signed a letter of intent on Thursday to run track and
cross country for Lipscomb. Daniel is joined by his parents Tim and Sabrina Gardner. Also
pictured, standing from left, are: coach Cheryl Knisley, former coach Ben Burke,
Superintendent Gary Uhrig, Principal Casey Smith, scoutmaster John Scott, assistant coach
Erik Allsop, coach John Peters, Pastor Dave Hirschler and assistant coach Kala Conn.
Zane Trace senior Karina Partee will continue her
volleyball career at Ohio Wesleyan University. Karina was
a four year letter winner at Zane Trace and helped lead the
2011 team to the district championship game.

Pictured:
Seated L to R: Curt Partee, Karina Partee, Lesa Partee and Larissa Partee.
Standing L to R: Zane Trace Athletic Director Allen Koker,
Superintendent Richard Spindler, Principal Todd Holdren and Head
Volleyball Coach Lori Merriman.
Capital University Volleyball has gained the services of an Adena High School senior who helped lead two teams
to the State Final Four. 6'1 middle hitter Olivia Arledge will play for the Crusaders starting next fall, while
studying nursing.

Arledge started her high school volleyball at Southeastern as a freshmen, before she and her family moved to
Frankfort, where she played for the Warriors the next three years.
In three years, Arledge played in two state volleyball tournaments, finishing runner-up in 2009 and semi-finalist
in 2011. Arledge tied an Adena single match record with 26 kills, and set a new single season record with 408
kills in her senior season.

She was a two-time All SVC first team selection and was Honorable Mention All Ohio last year.

Picture identification:
seated: Tony Arledge, Olivia's Dad; Olivia Arledge; Lisa Arledge, Olivia's Mom
standing: Coach Laura Smith; Trevor Arledge, Olivia's brother; Principal Craig Kerns; Assistant Coach Josh
Hixon; Assistant Coach Donna Atchison
Kirk Yates
is heading
to Rio
Grande to
play
baseball
Zane Trace's Devin Unger will continue her volleyball career at Bethany College in West Virginia. Devin was a four-year
letter winner at Zane Trace. Unger helped lead the 2011 team to a district runner-up finish.

Pictured:
Seated L to R: Jennifer Unger, Devin Unger, Tracey Unger.
Standing L to R: Zane Trace Principal Todd Holdren, Athletic Director Allen Koker, Kaitlyn Unger, Hannah Unger, Head
Volleyball Coach Lori Merriman and Superintendent Richard Spindler.
BECOMING
A
BUCKEYE
Piketon's Zach Farmer has verbally committed
to play baseball at The Ohio State University.
Farmer, a senior-to-be, will have to wait until
the national signing day in November to make
it official.

Update (November 15th): Farmer
made it official Thursday (11/15) as
he signed his letter with The Ohio
State University.
UNIOTO'S ACE
MAKES COLLEGE
CHOICE
Unioto High School senior Bryce
Arledge has verbally committed to
play college baseball at Mount
Vernon Nazarene College next
year. The official signing will
come in November.
Westfall's Olivia Cobb signs to play volleyball at Tiffin University
Back Row - J.J. Simmons (WF AD), Randy Cline (Club VB Coach), Lisa Lightle (WFVolleyball Coach)
Front Row - Tyler Cobb (Brother), Mark Cobb (Father), Olivia Cobb, Jama Cobb (Mother)
Trent Williamson signing with West Virginia State University to play Football

In photo is Front Row: Kelly Williamson (Mother), Trent, Chuck Williamson (Father)
Back Row: J.J. Simmons (Athletic Director), Billy Dennis (Principal)

Trent was SVC Co-Back of the year, 1st Team All Southeast District Division IV, and First Team all Ohio Quarterback.
Doug Hardin signing with Urbana University.

Photo - Front Row: Douglas Hardin (Father), Doug Hardin
Back Row: J.J. Simmons (Athletic Director), Cole Hardin (Brother), Billy Dennis (Principal)

Doug was a 1st Team ALL SVC Lineman, Co-Lineman of the Year, 1st Team all Southeast District Division IV, and he has been
selected to play in the Ohio North/South Football game this spring.
Daryin Lewis Signing to play baseball at Rio Grande.

Front Row: Daryin Lewis, Megan Garrett (Mother)

Back Row: Trevor Thomas (Westfall Baseball Coach), Brad Warnimont (Rio Grande Baseball Coach)

Daryin was a 2012 1st team all SVC and 1st Team All Southeast Ohio Player.
Daryin plays shortstop and is also a pitcher for the Mustangs.
Zane Trace Soccer Standout Brooke Uhrig signs with
Shawnee State University.

During her Zane Trace Career she was 2nd Team All
District and helped lead the 2012 Team to a District
Championship and Regional Runner-Up finish.

Picture
Seated L to R: Heidi Claytor, Brooke Uhrig, Mark Uhrig

Standing L to R: ZT High School Principal Todd Holdren,
ZT Athletic Director Allen Koker, ZT Superintendent
Richard Spindler and ZT Head Soccer Coach George
"Buddy" Sauer.
Zane Trace Soccer Standout Rachel Hutton has signed a letter of intent to play soccer at Youngstown State University.

During her High School Career Rachel was 2nd Team all District as a Sophomore and 1st Team All District as a Senior -- She was also
1st Team All Ohio as a Senior.
She helped lead the 2012 Team to a District Championship and Regional Runner-Up finish.

Picture:
Seated L to R: Heather and Lilly Saultz, John Hutton, Rachel Hutton, Melissa Hutton and Eric Hutton.

Standing L to R: ZT High School Principal Todd Holdren, ZT Athletic Director Allen Koker, YSU Asst. Coach Jennifer
Montgomery, YSU Head Coach Will Lemke, YSU Asst. Coach Rhonda Gottschalk, ZT Superintendent Richard Spindler and ZT
Head Soccer Coach George "Buddy" Sauer.
Justin Hudnell of Zane Trace signs to play football at Kentucky Christian
Huntington’s Jacob Hooks has
signed to play football at Capital.
AJ Kazmierczak signing with Muskingum to play baseball.

Pictured Front Row - Logan (Brother), Brenda (Mother), AJ, Pete (Father)
Second Row - J.J. Simmons (Athletic Director), Trevor Thomas (Coach), Billy Dennis (Principal)

AJ is a 4 year letterman for the Mustangs as a Catcher.
Adena’s Jenny Grigsby signs to
play basketball at Ursuline
SE’s Gage Hurles is also heading to Capital to play football
ZT’s Wes Beam signs to play
basketball at Capital University
Seated L to R: Amy Beam, Wes Beam, Wayne Beam
Standing L to R: ZT Principal Todd Holdren, ZT Coaches: Denis Greenwalt, Josh Jones, ZT Head
Coach Bryan Alley, ZT Guidance Counselor Tyler Wertman, ZT Superintendent Richard Spindler.
Alek Stonerock signs to play
baseball at Lake Erie

Back Row: J.J. Simmons
(Athletic Director), Trevor
Thomas(Westfall Coach), Billy
Dennis(Principal)

Front Row: Rebecca (Steyer)
Stonerock (Mother), Alek, Jason
Stonerock (Father), Ragan
Stonerock (sister)

Alek is a four year starter for the
Mustangs. He was a 2012
Honorable Mention All-Ohio
baseball player. He was also
selected as a First Team All
District selection in 2012.
Sunny Stewart (RIGHT) signing with Columbus State to play Golf.

Back Row: J.J. Simmons (Athletic Director), John Butts (Westfall Coach)
Front Row: Tim Stewart (Father), Sunny, Rocky Nelson (Columbus State Coach)

Erin Roush (LEFT) Signing to Golf at Columbus State.

Front Row: Mary Roush (Sister), Erin, Jill Roush (Mother), Rocky Nelson (Columbus State Coach)
Back Row: J.J. Simmons (Athletic Director), John Butts (Westfall Coach), Mark Roush (Father)
Erin and Sunny were members of the girls golf team that qualified for back-to-back State Tournaments.
Paint Valley’s Charlene Stout signs with Rio Grande
Bearcat star to play basketball and run track at the next level
PIKETON’S PELPHREY SIGNS WITH RIO GRANDE FOR VOLLEYBALL
Kylan Strausbaugh signs to play volleyball at Rio Grande
Zane Trace Volleyball standout Hayley Carle has signed with Shawnee State. Hayley is a four-time First Team
SVC selection, including SVC Player of the Year this past season. She was also First Team All-District for
four years and District 14 Player of the Year in 2013. Hayley was Third Team All-Ohio as a Junior and Second
Team All-Ohio her senior season. She eclipsed the 1000 kill mark her senior year.

Hayley helped lead her team to a SVC and District Championship in 2012. She also helped lead her team to a
District Runner-up in 2011.

Picture:

Seated, L to R: Darrell Carle, Hayley Carle, Tracy Carle
Standing L to R: Zane Trace Athletic Director Allen Koker, Zane Trace Superintendent Jerry Mowery, Zane
Trace Head Volleyball Coach Lori Koker, Shawnee State Head Volleyball Coach Susan Shelton, Zane Trace
Principal Todd Holdren, Zane Trace Guidance Counselor Ty Wertman.
Huntington Volleyball Senior Halie Ingram signed her letter of intent to continue her volleyball career at Ohio Christian University.  
Halie was the starting setter for Huntington the past 3 seasons and was a varsity letter winner all 4 years of high school.  During
Halie's career the Lady Huntsmen made 1 regional semifinal appearance (Sophomore season) and 2 district finals appearances
(Junior and Senior Season).  She was an honorable mention all Scioto Valley Conference selection her Sophomore year.  Halie was
an all Scioto Valley Conference and 1st team all District 14 selections her Junior and Senior seasons.  She set numerous records at
Huntington to include most assists in a game, most assists in a season, and most assists in a career.  Halie has played club
volleyball for numerous seasons and is exited to continue her volleyball career at the collegiate level and especially excited to be a
part of the Ohio Christian University Trailblazers program. Halie is the daughter of Brandi and Scott Mustard and Roger and Dana
Ingram.

Seated in the attached picture from left to right are: Tonya Gragg (Assistant Coach Huntington Volleyball), Brandi
Mustard (Mother), Halie, Alley Hall (Assistant Coach OCU Volleyball), and Mr. Keith Greene (Huntington High School
Athletic Director)
ERIN RILEY SIGNS WITH MUSKINGUM UNIVERSITY FOR SOFTBALL
Noah Daniels of Southeastern signed with Rio Grande Track to throw next season
Zane Trace's Morgan Geno signs D-I
Pioneer star heading to Athens to join the OU Softball Program
Trevor Detillion has
signed a letter of intent
to compete for Kent
State next year. Nate
Fanger who coaches
their throwers is a
nationally recognized
throws coach and their
program consistently
produces some of the
top throwers in the
nation. Trevor was the
state champion last
spring in the discus for
Unioto and was ranked
in the top 20 juniors in
the US last year.

Info Sent to SVCsportszone.com
ZT's Walt Petzel to join
Unioto's Detillion
at Kent State
Austin Bumgardner, Piketon = DII Football = University of Charleston

Nick Cozad, Unioto = DI Soccer = IPFW

Taylor Overly, Unioto = Volleyball = Rio Grande

Tommy Fallow, Unioto = DII Football = Tiffin

Eric Hutton, Zane Trace = Soccer = Wright State

Dylan Miles, Southeastern = Football = University of Charleston

Alayna Lytle, Huntington = Softball = Tiffin
Karee Neff signs to
play volleyball at
Ohio Christian
University

Unioto star recruited
to play the libero
position
Baylee Depugh of Huntington signs with Ohio Christian University to play softball
Kela Harkins, Unioto
Johns Hopkins (Distance Runner)
Unioto's Hannah Nelson signs with
Rio Grande to play basketball
Kyle Strange & Nick Overly Signing
with Otterbein University Basketball
Piketon's Legg
to play
volleyball at Rio
Grande
Tyler Meredith
signed his letter of
intent to continue
his golfing at Ohio
Valley University

Seated: (grandfather) Larry
Meredith - Tyler Meredith -
Coach Kevin Moore

Back row: Derrick and
Teresa Mooneyham (mother)
- AD Jason Taylor - Principal
Jeff Reuter
Hayden Mink Westfall senior signed with Ohio
Christian University for Cross Country. Hayden is a
four year member of the Westfall cross country team
and recently earned ALL-SVC honors as well as
qualifying for the Regional Meet.

Front Row: Billy Dennis, Westfall CC Coach, Father
Roger Mink, Hayden Mink, and Mother Kelly Mink;
Back Row: Trevor Thomas Westfall AD, OCU Coach
Eric Hamner, OCU Coach Jim Diltz
Huntington's Carolane Cox to play basketball at Ohio Christian University
Zane Trace star Trey Davis
to play baseball at Malone
Huntington's Sams heading to Alderson Broaddus
ZT's UNGER TO PLAY BASKETBALL AT OCU
Hunter Miles
signed is letter of
intent. He will be
playing soccer at
Shawnee State
University this Fall
(2016). He is the
1st Southeastern
soccer player to
sign to play at a
college from the SE
high school soccer
program. He will be
studying Physical
Therapy.
Adena's Brian Hall signed a letter of intent to play college basketball at Edison State.  In the
picture is Front Row (L-R) Sister, Keagan Hall, Father Richie Hall, Brian Hall, Mother
Yvonne Hall, Brother Cameron Hall.  Back Row (L-R) Edison State Head Coach Rick
Hickman, Edison State Asst. Coach Chet Brewster.

Edison State is part of the National Junior College Athletic Association and play in the Ohio
Community College Athletic Conference.
Zane Trace's Pierce Mowery has
signed a Letter of Intent to receive a
scholarship to play basketball at
Concord University and NCAA Division
II School.

Picutre:
Seated L to R:  Mother Tabitha Durst,
Pierce Mowery, Father Jerry Mowery
(ZT Superintendent), Sister Hannah
Mowery

Standing L to R:  Ty Wertman (ZT
Guidance Counselor), Allen Koker (ZT
Head Basketball Coach and Athletic
Director), Todd Holdren (ZT Principal)
•        SVC 1st Team, District 14 First Team, Honorable Mention All-Ohio 2015-2016 (Senior)
•        SVC Co-Player of the Year, District 14 DIII Player of the Year, Honorable Mention All-Ohio
2014-2015 (Junior)
•        1st Team SVC, 1st Team District, 3rd Team All Ohio 2013-2014 (Sophomore)
•        2nd Team SVC, 3rd Team District 2012-2013 (Freshman)

4 Year Starter

Pierce Mowery Career Statistics 2012-2016

1,622 Points (second highest in school history)

86 Games Played
18.9 Career Average

Field Goals  541-1243  43.5%

3 Point Field Goals = 240-700  34.3%   
240 Made 3 Point Field Goals – School Record
240 Made 3 Point Field Goals – OHSAA  - 18th All Time

Free Throws =  300-382   78.5%

190 Steals (2.21) – School Record

Rebounds  452 (5.26)

Assists  246 (2.89)

Single Season Record
84 3's in 2014-2015

Single Game Records
8 Made Three Pointers -- twice
His single game high was 45 points (second highest in school history)
He also made 21 consecutive free throws from 12-1-2012 to 1/5/2013.

Other Accomplishments:
Helped Lead Soccer Team to District Championship (All District) (Junior)
•        SVC Sports Zone Athlete of the Week, KNB Player of the Week, JJ Huddle Athlete of the
Month – February 2015
•        Helped lead Football Team to Regional Championship and 12-1 Overall Record(SVC 1st
Team) (Only year he played Football since 3rd Grade)
•        Qualified in 2 Events for STATE Track Meet
•        Helped Lead Cross Country Team to Regional Meet as Freshman
•        Helped Lead Baseball Team to SVC Championship (Senior) (SVC Player of the Year)(Only
year he played Baseball in High School)
Unioto's Peyton Cooper to
join Otterbein Golf Program
Morgan Miller will continue her track career at Wright State University

Miller was the 2016 SVC Champion in the Long Jump and 4 x 400 Relay.

Seated L to R:  Brian Miller, Morgan Miller, Hugette Miller
Standing L to R:  Ty Wertman (ZT Guidance Counselor), Jennifer Johnston (ZT Asst. Track
Coach), Todd Holdren (ZT Principal), Jerry Mowery (ZT Superintendent)
Mikayla Newland of
Paint Valley is heading to
Akron to play softball
SVC
SIGNINGS
ZT teammates,
Morgan
Arledge and
Ashton
Ward, heading
to Rio Grande
to play
volleyball.
The two
teammates
helped Zane
Trace to a
district
runner-up
finish in 2015
ZT pitcher Jeremy Brooks makes college choice
Matt Jude signs to play
football at West Virginia
State University
Westfall QB makes
college choice
Paint Valley track star Jacob Ott
signs to throw at Walsh University
Adena's Kacey Felts signs to play softball at Capital University

Seated L to R: Pete Felts (father), Kacey Felts, Collene Felts (mother).
Standing L to R: Assistant Coach Fred Peek, Principal Mrs. Lisa Wayland,
Superintendent John Balzer, Caleb Felts (brother), Head Coach Greg Storts.