OVP area lands 12 on All-TVC golf teams

Bryan Walters

December 24, 2013

The Ohio Valley Publishing area had 12 players chosen to the All-TVC golf teams for the 2013 campaign, as determined by stroke average in league matches throughout the course of the season.

Meigs won the Tri-Valley Conference Ohio Division championship for a second consecutive season, and the Marauders led the local programs with five selections — including one top honor individually.

MHS coach Tom Cremeans was named the TVC Ohio coach of the year, while Taylor Rowe, Derik Hill, David Davis and Evan George all earned selections to the All-TVC Ohio squad. Michael Frame of Athens also posted the lowest season average, allowing the senior to win the TVC Ohio Most Valuable Player award.

Wahama, Southern and South Gallia each had two players make the All-TVC Hocking squad, while Eastern landed one golfer on the list. Sam Petty of Belpre was named the TVC Hocking Most Valuable Player, while Chuck Brandenberry of Miller was named the coach of the year.

Michael MacKnight and Nathan Redman were the White Falcon selections, while Jacob Hoback and Bradley McCoy were chosen from the Tornadoes. Gus Slone and Ethan Swain each represented the Rebels, while David Warner was the lone choice from the Eagles.

2013 All-TVC Ohio Golf Team

Taylor Rowe 12 Meigs

Derik Hill 12 Meigs

David Davis 11 Meigs

Evan George 10 Meigs

Hunter Riepenhoff 12 Wellston

Dakota Riegel 12 Wellston

Dustin Downard 12 Wellston

Austin Ward 10 Vinton County

Alec Boothe 10 Vinton County

Blake Lindner 12 Alexander

Michael Frame 12 Athens

Chase Koker 10 Nelsonville-York

Most Valuable Player: Michael Frame — Athens

Coach of the Year: Tom Cremeans — Meigs

Final Standings: 1. Meigs 23-7; 2. Wellston 20-10; 3. Vinton County 19-11; T4. Alexander and Athens 13-17; 6. Nelsonville-York 2-28.

2013 All-TVC Hocking Golf Team

Sam Petty 11 Belpre

Brennen Ferrell 12 Belpre

Hayden Plummer 12 Belpre

Alex Perry 11 Belpre

Shaun Hayes 11 Miller

Chris Gamble 11 Miller

Austin Doughty 11 Miller

Cameron Bosner 10 Waterford

Brent Ginther 11 Waterford

Jordan Welch 9 Waterford

Michael MacKnight 12 Wahama

Nathan Redman 10 Wahama

Jacob Hoback 11 Southern

Bradley McCoy 11 Southern

Gus Slone 12 South Gallia

Ethan Swain 12 South Gallia

Brayton Hazen 11 Trimble

David Warner 12 Eastern

Zach Kidder 12 Federal Hocking

Most Valuable Player: Sam Petty — Belpre

Coach of the Year: Chuck Brandeberry — Miller

Final Standings: 1. Belpre 15-1; T2. Miller and Waterford 12-4; 4. Wahama 10-6; 5. Southern 8-8; 6. South Gallia 7-9; 7. Trimble 6-10; 8. Eastern 2-14; 9. Federal Hocking 0-16.