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OVP area lands 17 on TVC Hocking football squad

Bryan Walters bwalters@civitasmedia.com

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The Ohio Valley Publishing area had 17 players chosen to the All-TVC Hocking football team for the 2013 campaign, as was voted on by the coaches within the Tri-Valley Conference Hocking Division.


Wahama led the local programs with six selections, followed by Southern with five choices and South Gallia with four representatives. Eastern also had two selections to the all-league squad.


Kane Roush, Wyatt Zuspan, Wes Harrison, Hunter Bradley, Colton Neal and Josh Haddox — all seniors — were the representatives for the White Falcons, who finished second only to Trimble in the league standings. The sextet leaves WHS with a combined 31-1 overall record in TVC Hocking contests.


The Tornadoes — who finished third and qualified for their first-ever playoff appearance — were represented by seniors Tyler Barton, Travis Kimes, Wyatt Jarrell and Brandon Grueser, as well as junior Tristen Wolfe.


Seniors Jacob White, Ethan Spurlock and Seth Carpenter were chosen for the Rebels, as was junior Brayden Greer. SGHS finished tied for fourth place with both Belpre and Federal Hocking in the league standings.


The Eagles were represented by seniors Roger Bunce and Zach Scowden after finishing seventh overall in the nine-team race.


Trimble — the Division VII state runner-up — led the way with eight total choices, which included a clean sweep in the special individual honors. Phil Faires was named coach of the year, while Konner Standley and Jacob Koons were respectively chosen as the offensive and defensive players of the year.


Belpre and Federal Hocking each had four selections, while Waterford and Miller had two representatives apiece on the All-TVC Hocking squad.


2013 All-TVC Hocking Football Team


Konner Standley Sr. Trimble


Jacob Koons Sr Trimble


Jon Stevens Sr. Trimble


Austin Downs Jr. Trimble


Jacob Altier Sr. Trimble


Micah Couch Jr. Trimble


Jacob Kish Sr. Trimble


Kane Roush Sr Wahama


Wyatt Zuspan Sr Wahahama


Wes Harrison Sr Wahama


Hunter Bradley Sr Wahama


Colton Neal Sr. Wahama


Josh Haddox Sr. Wahama


Tyler Barton Sr Southern


Tristen Wolfe Jr Southern


Travis Kimes Sr Southern


Wyatt Jarrell Sr Southern


Brandon Grueser Sr. Southern


Jacob White Sr South Gallia


Ethan Spurlock Sr South Gallia


Brayden Greer Jr South Gallia


Seth Carpenter Sr South Gallia


D.J. Leftwich Sr Belpre


Manny Tullius Jr Belpre


Tavian Miller So Belpre


Dakota McDaniel Sr Belpre


Delbert Crum Sr Federal Hocking


Peyton Seel Sr Federal Hocking


Alfy Nichols Sr Federal Hocking


Devan Maxey So Federal Hocking


Roger Bunce Sr Eastern


Zach Scowden Sr Eastern


Austin Lang Sr Waterford


Jordan Hendershot Jr Waterford


Garrett Sinift Sr Miller


Stephan McGrath Sr. Miller


Offensive Player of the Year — Konner Standley, Trimble


Defensive Player of the Year — Jacob Koons, Trimble


Coach of Year – Phil Faires, Trimble


Final Standings: 1. Trimble 8-0; 2. Wahama 7-1; 3. Southern 6-2; T-4. Belpre, South Gallia and Federal Hocking 4-4; 7. Eastern 2-6; 8. Waterford 1-7; 9. Miller 0-8.

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