Scioto Valley Conference
"WIN" Streaks
The Mustangs had their SVC, best-ever streak
end at 29 straight wins. Westfall lost to Zane
Trace in Week 7 of the 2009 season to end the
The Lady Warriors lost to Westfall in the
opening match of 2012. The loss stops an
amazing streak at 98 straight SVC wins. Adena
also won 142 straight home games
before falling to the Lady Mustangs.
Paint Valley's back-to-back gold balls in the mid-90's produced 28-straight wins -
the only program to ever win two straight golden basketballs.
Southeastern's group started a streak in 2001 that stretched to
32-straight wins in 2003 before coming to an end. The streak ended
on December 20th of that year when SE lost 64-48 at Piketon.
The Zane Trace softball program won 47 straight
games from 2005 until April 17, 2009 - a night the
Lady Pioneers lost a 5-1 decision to Piketon.
Don Neff's Unioto Shermans won 38-straight games
during the late 90's and into 2000. ZT beat Unioto in
Coach Ron Allen's first SVC game to end what many
feel is the most impressive streak in league history.
Even though Paint Valley won two golden basketballs, Westfall won 38 straight games
(according to John R. Skinner's
Yesterday's Pastimes of Ross County, Ohio) from
1981-1983. The streak was stopped by Huntington during the 1982-1983 season.
In 2013-2014, Unioto lost on opening night to ZT, and then ran off
13 straight SVC games to win the league. The following season –
2014-2015 – the Tanks won all 14 games stretching the win streak to
27 straight. As for 15-16 & 16-17 & 17-18, 14-0 again to bring the
streak to 69. On opening night of the 18-19 season, Unioto lost to
Zane Trace as the all-time streak came to an end.
The Southeastern Lady Panthers hold the record for SVC girls’ basketball.
Coach Mike Adams, Ella Skeens, and their SE squad won 40 straight SVC
games. The streak started during SE’s 2016 championship run when they won
the final 13 games. In 2017, SE captured the gold ball to push the streak to 27,
and in 2018 the Lady Panthers won the first 13 games before falling at Unioto to
share the title.