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SEOAL - The Final History - Champions - POY - COY

Post by loganlocos » Thu May 11, 2017 9:39 am

The following is the final list of SEOAL boys basketball champions, their records, and finally the Coach of the Year winners (starting in 1954) and Player of the Year winners (starting in 1955).

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1925-26 - Nelsonville - 11-0 - 17-1
1926-27 - Portsmouth - 9-0 - 14-4 (8-team state tournament qualifier)
1927-28 - Portsmouth - 8-0 - 14-3
1928-29 - Nelsonville - 7-0 - 10-8

1929-30 - New Boston - 7-0 - 21-3
1930-31 - Pomeroy - 8-0 - 16-2
1931-32 - Pomeroy - 8-0 - 25-1 (8-team state tournament qualifier)
1932-33 - Pomeroy - 7-0 - 16-5
1933-34 - Pomeroy - 7-0 - 17-4
1934-35 - Logan - 7-0 - 18-3
1935-36 - Pomeroy - 7-0 - 14-4
1936-37 - Logan - 8-0 - 11-5
1937-38 - Logan - 7-1 - 9-7
1938-39 - Gallipolis - 10-0 - 15-3

1939-40 - Middleport - 9-2 - 13-3
1940-41 - Logan - 8-1 - 10-6
1941-42 - Athens - 12-1 - 15-2
1942-43 - Logan - 12-2 - 13-4
1943-44 - Logan - 12-2 - 15-4 *
1943-44 - Athens - 12-2- 15-3 *
1944-45 - Athens - 11-3 - 14-3
1945-46 - Logan - 14-0 - 17-2
1946-47 - Pomeroy - 12-2 - 16-3
1947-48 - Middleport - 10-4 - 11-7 *
1947-48 - Wellston - 10-4 - 13-6 *
1948-49 - Athens - 12-2 - 17-4 *
1948-49 - Gallipolis - 12-2 - 18-4 *

1949-50 - Athens - 13-1 - 15-3
1950-51 - Logan - 11-3 - 13-5
1951-52 - Nelsonville - 13-1 - 22-4 (State Runner-up, Class B)
1952-53 - Middleport - 12-2- 14-5
1953-54 - Gallipolis - 14-0 - 19-2
1954-55 - Gallipolis - 14-0 - 20-2
1955-56 - Gallipolis - 14-0 - 19-2
1956-57 - Nelsonville - 12-2 - 22-4
1957-58 - Pomeroy - 12-2 - 18-3
1958-59 - Gallipolis - 10-4 - 10-9

1959-60 - Pomeroy - 13-1 - 17-3
1960-61 - Athens - 13-1 - 17-2
1961-62 - Jackson - 13-1 - 20-3 *
1961-62 - Wellston - 13-1 - 18-2 *
1962-63 - Athens - 12-2 - 18-3 *
1962-63 - Jackson - 12-2 - 18-4 *
1963-64 - Athens - 14-0 - 21-1
1964-65 - Athens - 14-0 - 21-2
1965-66 - Athens - 12-2 - 15-4 *
1965-66 - Wellston - 12-2 - 19-3 *
1966-67 - Athens - 10-4 - 11-8
1967-68 - Athens - 13-1 - 16-3
1968-69 - Athens - 14-0 - 18-3

1969-70 - Athens - 13-1 - 21-2
1970-71 - Waverly - 13-1 - 22-2
1971-72 - Waverly - 14-0 - 21-3
1972-73 - Waverly - 14-0 - 19-2
1973-74 - Gallipolis - 13-1 - 18-4
1974-75 - Waverly - 14-0 - 17-2
1975-76 - Ironton - 12-2 - 20-3
1976-77 - Ironton - 12-2 - 20-5
1977-78 - Logan - 13-1 - 15-3
1978-79 - Ironton - 12-2 - 18-6

1979-80 - Ironton - 12-2 - 16-5
1980-81 - Athens - 13-1 - 20-3
1981-82 - Gallipolis - 13-1 - 15-7
1982-83 - Athens - 10-2 - 16-8
1983-84 - Gallipolis - 6-2 - 16-7
1984-85 - Logan - 7-1 - 18-5
1985-86 - Logan - 8-0 - 22-2
1986-87 - Gallipolis - 10-0 - 19-3
1987-88 - Logan - 9-1 - 18-4
1988-89 - Athens - 9-1 - 17-5 *
1988-89 - Logan - 9-1 - 19-4 *

1989-90 - Athens - 9-1 - 19-2
1990-91 - Gallipolis - 7-3 - 13-9 *
1990-91 - Jackson - 7-3 - 12-9 *
1991-92 - Gallipolis - 8-2 - 15-7
1992-93 - Athens - 8-2 - 14-9 *
1992-93 - Gallipolis - 8-2 - 16-7 *
1993-94 - Marietta - 11-1 - 18-4
1994-95 - Logan - 10-2 - 16-6 *
1994-95 - Marietta - 10-2 - 17-6 *
1995-96 - Logan - 10-2 - 15-7 *
1995-96 - Marietta - 10-2- 15-6 *
1996-97 - Gallipolis - 11-3 - 15-8 *
1996-97 - Warren - 11-3 - 17-4 *
1997-98 - Marietta - 13-1 - 16-5
1998-99 - Logan - 12-2 - 17-5

1999-00 - Gallipolis - 13-1 - 18-4
2000-01 - Logan - 13-1 - 16-7 *
2000-01 - Warren - 13-1 - 17-7 *
2001-02 - Gallipolis - 12-2 - 20-4 *
2001-02 - Marietta - 12-2 - 16-6 *
2002-03 - Gallipolis - 11-1 - 20-4
2003-04 - Marietta - 10-2 - 16-6
2004-05 - Warren - 9-1 - 19-4
2005-06 - Marietta - 8-2 - 11-10 *
2005-06 - Warren - 8-2 - 18-4 *
2006-07 - Chillicothe - 13-0 - 20-5
2007-08 - Zanesville - 13-1 - 20-3
2008-09 - Chillicothe - 10-3 - 18-6

2009-10 - Ironton - 13-1- 21-4
2010-11 - Chillicothe - 11-1 - 21-4
2011-12 - Portsmotuh - 9-1 - 24-3 (State runner-up)
2012-13 - Warren - 10-0 - 26-2 (State semi-finalist)
2013-14 - Portsmouth - 7-1 - 19-5 *
2013-14 - Warren - 7-1 - 21-4 *
2014-15 - Warren - 8-0 - 22-3
2015-16 - Logan - 5-1 - 12-11 *
2015-16 - Warren - 5-1 - 18-6 *
2016-17 - Logan - 3-1 - 10-13 *
2016-17 - Warren - 18-5 *



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Re: SEOAL - The Final History - Champions - POY - COY

Post by 93Bulldog » Thu May 11, 2017 9:52 am

93Bulldogs ... SEOAL champs!

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Re: SEOAL - The Final History - Champions - POY - COY

Post by loganlocos » Thu May 11, 2017 9:58 am

Most Championships: Athens and Logan; 19 each

Most Wins: Athens, 628 (80 years)

Best all-time Win pct: Zanesville (.897), 35-4, 3 years in league

State Champion: Chillicothe, 2008

State Tournament Qualifiers:
1926 (8-team tournament) - Portsmouth
1927 (8-team tournament) - Portsmouth
1929 (8-team tournament) - Pomeroy
1932 (8-team tournament) - Pomeroy
1937 (16-team tournament) - Middleport
1952 - Nelsonville (Class B Runner-up)
2008 - Chillicothe (DII Champion)
2011 - Portsmouth (DIII Runner-up)
2012 - Portsmouth (DIII Runner-up)
2013 - Warren



Record by school:

Athens - 80 years - 19 Titles - 1010 games - 628 wins - 382 losses - .622

Chillicothe - 7 years - 3 Titles - 86 games - 70 wins - 16 losses - .814

Gallipolis - 91 years - 17 titles - 1097 games - 556 wins - 541 losses - .507

Ironton - 27 years - 5 titles - 332 games - 207 wins- 125 losses - .623

Jackson - 88 years - 3 titles - 1062 games - 384 wins - 678 losses - .362

Logan - 92 years - 19 titles - 1086 games - 595 wins - 491 losses - .548

Marietta - 26 years - 7 titles - 308 games - 182 - wins - 126 losses - .591

Meigs - 16 years - 0 titles - 221 games - 52 wins - 169 losses - .235

Middleport - 39 years - 3 titles - 483 games - 179 wins - 304 losses - .371

Nelsonville - 42 years - 4 titles - 494 games - 234 wins - 260 - losses - .474

Nelsonville-York - 3 years - 0 titles - 42 games - 7 wins - 35 losses - .167

New Boston - 10 years - 1 title - 52 games - 36 wins - 16 losses - .692

Point Pleasant (WV) - 8 years - 0 titles - 108 games - 40 wins - 68 losses - .370

Pomeroy - 42 years - 8 titles - 491 games - 251 wins - 240 losses - .511

Portsmouth - 12 years - 4 titles - 129 games - 84 wins - 45 losses - .651

River Valley - 9 years - 0 titles - 119 games - 36 wins - 83 losses - .303

Warren - 31 years - 9 titles - 345 games - 209 wins - 136 losses - .606

Waverly - 13 years - 4 titles - 180 games - 134 wins - 46 losses - .744

Wellston - 57 years - 3 titles - 708 games - 277 wins - 431 losses - .391

Zanesville - 3 years - 1 title - 39 games - 35 wins - 4 losses - .897

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Post by noreply66 » Thu May 11, 2017 10:07 am

good info
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Re: SEOAL - The Final History - Champions - POY - COY

Post by loganlocos » Thu May 11, 2017 10:15 am

SEOAL Basketball Coach of the Year award winners:

1954 - Dick Shrider, Gallipolis

1955 - John Parsons, Middleport
1956 - Calvin "Bill" Carrithers, Gallipolis
1957 - Charles McAfee, Athens
1958 - Dick Retton, Pomeroy
1959 - Mark Wylie, Gallipolis

1960 - Russell Moore, Pomeroy
1961- Charles McAfee, Athens
1962 - Dave Fisher, Jackson
1962 - Paul Kegley, Wellston
1963 - Charles McAfee, Athens
1964 - Charles McAfee, Athens
1965 - Bob Sheskey, Nelsonville
1966 - John Derrow, Wellston
1967 - Charles McAfee, Athens
1968 - Charles McAfee, Athens
1969 - Charles McAfee, Athens

1970 - Charles McAfee, Athens

1971 - Carroll Hawhee, Waverly
1972 - Carroll Hawhee, Waverly
1972 - Jim Osborne, Gallipolis
1973 - Jim Osborne, Gallipolis
1974 - Jim Osborne, Gallipolis

1975 - Carroll Hawhee, Waverly
1976 - Buddy Bell, Ironton
1977 - Jim Osborne, Gallipolis
1978 - Scott Fitzgerald, Logan
1979 - Fred Gibson, Athens

1980 - Phil Rice, Ironton
1981 - Fred Gibson, Athens
1982 - Jim Osborne, Gallipolis
1983 - Phil Rice, Ironton
1984 - Jim Osborne, Gallipolis
1985 - Kirk Hardman, Logan
1986 - Kirk Hardman, Logan

1987 - Jim Osborne, Gallipolis
1988 - Jack Greathouse, Marietta
1989 - Fred Gibson, Athens
1989 - Gary Swinehart, Logan

1990 - Fred Gibson, Athens
1991 - Tony Bornhorst, Jackson
1992 - Jim Osborne, Gallipolis
1993 - Mike Meek, Athens
1994 - Tim Tolzda, Marietta
1995 - Gary Swinehart, Logan
1996 - Gary Swinehart, Logan

1997 - Jim Osborne, Gallipolis
1998 - Tim Tolzda, Marietta
1999 - Gary Swinehart, Logan

2000 - Jim Osborne, Gallipolis
2001 - Blane Maddox, Warren
2002 - Jim Osborne, Gallipolis
2003 - Jim Osborne, Gallipolis

2004 - Ron Warner, Marietta
2005 - Blane Maddox, Warren
2006 - Blane Maddox, Warren

2006 - Ron Warner, Marietta
2007 - North: Scott Aronhalt, Zanesville
2007 - South: Gary Kellough, Chillicothe

2008 - North: Keith Myers, Logan
2008 - South: Gary Kellough, Chillicothe
2009 - North: J.D. Secrest, Marietta
2009 - South: Gary Kellough, Chillicothe

2010 - Mark LaFon, Ironton

2011 - Gary Kellough, Chillicothe
2011 - Eugene Collins, Portsmouth
2012 - Eugene Collins, Portsmouth

2013 - Blane Maddox, Warren
2014 - Eugene Collins, Portsmouth
2014 - Blane Maddox, Warren
2015 - Blane Maddox, Warren

2016 - Gary Kellough, Logan
2016 - Blane Maddox, Warren
2017 - Chris Rider, Logan
2017 - Blane Maddox, Warren

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Re: SEOAL - The Final History - Champions - POY - COY

Post by loganlocos » Thu May 11, 2017 10:30 am

Coach of the Year numbers:

Most COY Awards:

1. Jim Osborne; 12; all at Gallipolis
2 (T). Charles McAfee; 8; all at Athens
2 (T). Blane Maddox; 8; all at Warren
4. Gary Kellough; 5; 4 at Chillicothe, 1 at Logan
5 (T). Fred Gibson; 4; all at Athens
5 (T). Gary Swinehart; 4; all at Logan
5 (T). Eugene Collins; 4; all at Portsmouth
8. Carroll Hawhee; 3; all at Waverly

Two-time winners:
Phil Rice, Ironton
Kirk Hardman, Logan
Tim Tolzda, Marietta
Ron Warner, Marietta


Most Consecutive COY Awards:
Blane Maddox; 5 (2013-17)
Charles McAfee; 4 (1967-70)
Jim Osborne; 3 (1972-74)
Gary Kellough; 3 (2007-09)



Notes:
Gary Kellough is the only coach to win COY at more than one school.

Scott Fitzgerald and Keith Myers are the only individuals to win both Player of the Year (POY) and Coach of the Year (COY). Fitzgerald was player of the year at Athens HS in 1964 and COY at Logan HS in 1978. Myers was POY in 1986 and COY in 2009, both at Logan HS.
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Post by loganlocos » Thu May 11, 2017 10:55 am

SEOAL Basketball Player of the Year award winners:

1955 - Jimmy Thomas; F; Gallipolis - 6-1
1956 - John Milhoan; C; Gallipolis - 6-3

1957 - Aron Buffington; n/a; Pomeroy - Height unknown
1958 - S.T. Johnson; C; Pomeroy - 6-3
1959 - Tim Eisnaugle; F; Jackson - 6-2

1960 - Phil Harrison; C; Pomeroy - 6-2
1961 - Steve Chase; C; Athens - 6-5
1962 - Ed Spriggs; C; Jackson - 6-8
1963 - Ed Spriggs; C; Jackson - 6-8

1964 - Scott Fitzgerald; C; Athens - 6-5
1965 - Larry Coon; C; Athens - 6-3
1966 - Eddie Jacobs; G; Wellston - 6-0
1967 - Jack Clark; C; Athens - 6-3
1968 - Harold Howe; G; Jackson - 6-0
1969 - Skip Downard; F; Wellston - 6-1

1970 - Mark Shaw; F; Logan - 6-4
1971 - Phil MIller; G; Waverly - 6-3
1972 - Mike Oyer; F; Waverly - 6-3

1973 - Gil Price; C; Gallipolis - 6-4
1974 - John Shoemaker; G; Waverly - 6-2
1975 - Randy Peoples; F; Wellston - 5-10
1976 - Dean Fitzpatrick; C; Ironton - 6-6
1977 - Mike McBroom; F; Logan - 6-3
1978 - Joe Davena; F-C; Waverly - 6-4
1979 - Dick James; C; Ironton - 6-4

1980 - Bill Armstrong; G; Gallipolis - 5-8
1981 - Steve Bruning; C; Athens - 6-4 (First sophomore to win POY)
1982 - Steve Bruning; F; Athens - 6-5
1983 - Steve Bruning; F; Athens - 6-5

1984 - Chris Ellcessor; F; Gallipolis - 6-2
1985 - Kerry York; F; Logan - 6-4
1986 - Gary Harrison; G; Gallipolis - 5-11
1986 - Keith Myers; F; Logan - 6-3
1987 - Gary Harrison; G; Gallipolis - 5-11
1988 - Doug Bentz; C; Marietta - 6-7
1989 - Greg Harris; G; Jackson - 5-11

1990 - Scott Decaminada; F; Athens - 6-2
1991 - Willy Woodard; C; Jackson - 6-3
1992 - Eric Burris; C; Logan - 6-8
1993 - Sunny Kalu; F-C; Athens - 6-5
1994- Sunny Kalu; F-C; Athens - 6-5

1995 - Ryan Robinson; C; Marietta - Height unknown
1996 - Brad Howe; G; Jackson - 6-5
1997 - Coy Lindsey; G; Logan - 5-11
1998 - Joe Vukovic; C; Marietta - 6-8
1999 - Josh Lawrence; G-F; Logan - 6-2

2000 - Cody Lane; G; Gallipolis - 6-0
2001 - Wade Martin; G; Athens - 6-2
2002 - Tony Moore; G; Gallipolis - 6-2
2002 - John Farr; C; Marietta - 6-7
2003 - Donnie Johnson; G; Gallipolis - 6-0
2004 - Donnie Johnson; G; Gallipolis - 6-0

2005 - Ben Howlett; G; Marietta - 6-0
2006 - Reid Arnold; F; Jackson - 6-6
2007 - North: Logan Aronhalt; F; Zanesville - 6-5
2007 - South: Anthony Hitchens; G; Chillicothe - 5-9
2008 - North: Logan Aronhalt; F; Zanesville - 6-5
2008 - South: Anthony Hitchens; G; Chillicothe - 5-9

2009 - North: Patrick Angle; G; Logan - 6-1
2009: South: Anthony Williams; C; Portsmouth - 6-6

2010 - Tim Kochendoerfer; G; Ironton - 6-3
2011 - Jalen Ragland; G; Chillicothe - 6-6
2012 - Dion McKinley; C; Portsmouth - 6-6
2013 - Evan French; G; Warren - 6-3
2014 - Evan French; G; Warren - 6-4
2015 - Michael Hall; F; Warren - 6-6
2016 - Luke Drayer; G; Warren - 6-0
2017 - Kyler Dennis; G; Warren - 5-11

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Three-time winners:
Steve Bruning, Athens (1981-83)

Two-time winners:
Ed Spriggs, Jackson (1962, 63)
Gary Harrison, Gallipolis (1986, 87)
Sunny Kalu, Athens (1993, 94)
Donnie Johnson, Gallipolis (2003, 04)
Scott Aronhalt, Zanesville (2007, 08)
Anthony Hitchens, Chillicothe (2007, 08)
Evan French, Warren (2013, 14)

Numbers by school:
1(T). Athens - 11
1(T). Gallipolis - 11
3(T). Jackson - 8
3(T). Logan - 8
5(T). Marietta - 5
5(T). Warren - 5
7. Waverly - 4
8(T). Chillicothe - 3
8(T). Ironton - 3
8(T). Pomeroy - 3
8(T). Wellston - 3
12(T). Portsmouth - 2
12(T). Zanesville - 2

Numbers by position:
Guard: 25
Center: 21
Forward: 17

F/C: 3
G/F: 1
Unknown: 1

Notes:
Only 9 winners were under 6-0 tall, the first being Randy Peoples of Wellston in 1975.

The shortest winner was Bill Armstrong of Gallipolis in 1980, standing just 5-8.

Gary Harrison of Gallipolis (5-11) and Anthony Hitchens of Chillicothe (5-9) are the only two-time winners of those under 6-0. Harrison pulled the trick in 1986-87 and Hitchens in 2007-08.

Harold Howe (1968) and Brad Howe (1996), both of Jackson, are the only father-son duo. Brad sister Beth (1998, 2000) won the award twice on the girls side.

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Three-time winners:
Steve Bruning, Athens (1981-83)

Two-time winners:
Ed Spriggs, Jackson (1962, 63)
Gary Harrison, Gallipolis (1986, 87)
Sunny Kalu, Athens (1993, 94)
Donnie Johnson, Gallipolis (2003, 04)
Scott Aronhalt, Zanesville (2007, 08)
Anthony Hitchens, Chillicothe (2007, 08)
Evan French, Warren (2013, 14)

Numbers by school:
1(T). Athens - 11
1(T). Gallipolis - 11
3(T). Jackson - 8
3(T). Logan - 8
5(T). Marietta - 5
5(T). Warren - 5
7. Waverly - 4
8(T). Chillicothe - 3
8(T). Ironton - 3
8(T). Pomeroy - 3
8(T). Wellston - 3
12(T). Portsmouth - 2
12(T). Zanesville - 2

Numbers by position:
Guard: 25
Center: 21
Forward: 17

F/C: 3
G/F: 1
Unknown: 1

Notes:
Only 9 winners were under 6-0 tall, the first being Randy Peoples of Wellston in 1975.

The shortest winner was Bill Armstrong of Gallipolis in 1980, standing just 5-8.

Gary Harrison of Gallipolis (5-11) and Anthony Hitchens of Chillicothe (5-9) are the only two-time winners of those under 6-0. Harrison pulled the trick in 1986-87 and Hitchens in 2007-08.

Harold Howe (1968) and Brad Howe (1996), both of Jackson, are the only father-son duo. Brad sister Beth (1998, 2000) won the award twice on the girls side.

Scott Fitzgerald and Keith Myers are the only individuals to win both Player of the Year (POY) and Coach of the Year (COY). Fitzgerald was player of the year at Athens HS in 1964 and COY at Logan HS in 1978. Myers was POY in 1986 and COY in 2009, both at Logan HS.

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