SEOAL - The Final History - Champions - POY - COY

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SEOAL - The Final History - Champions - POY - COY

Post by loganlocos » Thu May 11, 2017 11:32 am

The following is the final list of SEOAL girls basketball champions, their records, and finally the Coach of the Year winners and Player of the Year winners.

Enjoy.

1977-78 - Ironton - 11-1 - 20-4
1978-79 - Ironton - 12-2 - 19-3

1979-80 - Ironton - 13-0 - 23-3 (State semi-finalist)
1980-81 - Athens - 13-1 - 20-2 *
1980-81 - Gallipolis - 13-1 - 19-2 *
1981-82 - Athens - 13-1 - 20-2
1982-83 - Athens - 12-0 - 21-2
1983-84 - Athens - 6-2 - 15-8 *

1983-84 - Gallipolis - 6-2 - 19-3 *
1983-84 - Logan - 6-2 - 16-6 *
1984-85 - Athens - 7-1 - 14-8
1985-86 - Marietta - 8-0 - 20-3
1986-87 - Gallipolis - 9-1 - 19-4
1987-88 - Gallipolis - 9-1 - 19-5
1988-89 - Gallipolis - 9-1 - 21-4


1989-90 - Logan - 9-1 - 23-2
1990-91 - Logan - 10-0 - 26-1
(D2 State Semi-finalist)
1991-92 - Logan - 10-0 - 25-3 (D1 State Runner-up)
1992-93 - Logan - 10-0 - 22-3
1993-94 - Logan - 11-1 - 21-3 *

1993-94 - Gallipolis - 11-1 - 21-3 *
1994-95 - Gallipolis - 11-1 - 23-2
1995-96 - Logan - 11-1 - 15-6
1996-97 - Warren - 11-3 - 22-5 (D2 State runner-up)
1997-98 - Warren - 13-1 - 23-2
1998-99 - Warren - 13-1 - 22-3


1999-00 - Logan - 14-0 - 21-2
2000-01 - Jackson - 11-3 - 17-6
2001-02 - Gallipolis - 14-0 - 20-2
2002-03 - Athens - 10-2 - 19-6
2003-04 - Warren - 12-0 - 22-2
2004-05 - Marietta - 7-3 - 13-9 *
2004-05 - Warren - 7-3 - 15-7 *
2005-06 - Warren - 8-2 - 15-7
2006-07 - Marietta - 11-3 - 16-6
2007-08 - Logan - 14-0 - 20-2
2008-09 - Zanesville - 10-2 - 16-5

2009-10 - Marietta - 13-1 - 19-4
2010-11 - Logan - 11-1 - 18-4
2010-11 - Marietta - 11-1 - 22-3
2011-12 - Warren - 9-1 - 18-6
2012-13 - Jackson - 9-1 - 23-2 *
2012-13 - Warren - 9-1 - 13-9 *
2013-14 - Jackson - 8-0 - 21-3
2014-15 - Logan - 8-0 - 21-5
2015-16 - Logan - 6-0 - 17-8

2016-17 - Warren - 4-0 - 20-5
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Re: SEOAL - The Final History - Champions - POY - COY

Post by loganlocos » Thu May 11, 2017 11:49 am

Most Championships: Logan, 12

Most Wins: Logan, 282; 40 years

Best all-time Win pct: Ironton, .676; 12 years

State Tournament Qualifiers:
1980 - Ironton
1991 - Logan (D2)
1992 - Logan (D1 Runner-up)
1997 - Warren (D2 Runner-up)
2010 - Ironton (D3)


Record by school:

Athens - 31 years - 6 titles - 364 games - 199 wins - 165 losses - .547

Chillicothe - 7 years - 0 titles - 86 games - 45 wins - 41 losses - .523

Gallipolis - 39 years - 8 titles - 446 games - 250 wins - 196 losses - .561

Ironton - 12 years - 3 titles - 148 games - 100 wins - 48 losses - .676

Jackson - 40 years - 3 titles - 448 games - 156 wins - 292 losses - .348

Logan - 40 years - 12 titles - 449 games - 282 wins - 167 losses - .628

Marietta - 26 years - 5 titles - 308 games - 182 wins - 126 losses - .591

Meigs - 6 years - 0 titles - 80 games - 37 wins - 43 losses - .463

Point Pleasant (WV) - 8 years - 0 titles - 108 games - 16 wins - 92 losses - .148

Portsmouth - 9 years - 0 titles - 101 games - 8 wins - 93 losses - .079

River Valley - 9 years - 0 titles - 120 games - 32 wins - 88 losses - .267

Warren - 31 years - 9 titles - 345 games - 213 wins - 132 losses - .617

Waverly - 6 years - 0 titles - 77 games - 37 wins - 40 losses - .481

Wellston - 4 years - 0 titles - 54 games - 8 wins - 46 losses - .148

Zanesville - 3 years - 1 title - 40 games - 22 wins - 18 losses - .550
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Re: SEOAL - The Final History - Champions - POY - COY

Post by loganlocos » Thu May 11, 2017 12:00 pm

SEOAL Girls Basketball Coach of the Year award winners:

1978 - Doris Hannon, Ironton
1979 - Jackie Knight, Gallipolis

1980 - Doris Hannon, Ironton
1981 - Jamie Van Aredalon, Athens

1982 - 1986 - None Selected.

1987 - Gordon Baker, Gallipolis
1988 - Gordon Baker, Gallipolis
1989 - Gordon Baker, Gallipolis


1990 - Ralph Taylor, Logan
1991 - Ralph Taylor, Logan
1992 - Ralph Taylor, Logan
1993 - Ralph Taylor, Logan
1994 - Ralph Taylor, Logan
1995 - Ralph Taylor, Logan
1996 - Ralph Taylor, Logan

1997 - Dennis Biddinger, Warren
1998 - Dennis Biddinger, Warren

1999 - Keith Myers, Logan

2000 - Keith Myers, Logan
2001 - Tony DeStephen, Jackson
2002 - Kim Adkins, Gallipolis
2003 - Sheila Ross, Athens
2004 - Larry Ryan, Warren
2005 - Mark Hannuksela, Marietta
2005 - Larry Ryan, Warren
2006 - Pat Walsh, Logan
2006 - Kenny DeMoss, Warren
2007 - North: Mark Hannuksela, Marietta
2007 - South: Amy Hughes, Chillicothe and Doug Graham, Ironton
2008 - North: Pat Walsh, Logan
2008 - South: Amy Hughes, Chillicothe
2009 - North: Howard Twiggs, Zanesville
2009 - South: Amy Hughes, Chilicothe

2010 - Scott Cozzens, Marietta
2011 - Pat Walsh, Logan
2012 - Amy Colgrove, Warren
2013 - Matt Walburn, Jackson
2014 - Matt Walburn, Jackson

2015 - Seth Martin, Logan
2016 - Steve Clippinger, Logan

2017 - Amy Colgrove, Warren

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

Post by loganlocos » Thu May 11, 2017 12:05 pm

Coach of the Year numbers:

Most COY Awards:

1. Ralph Taylor; 7; all at Logan
2 (T). Amy Hughes; 3; all at Chillicothe
2 (T). Gordon Baker; 3; all at Gallipolis
2 (T). Pat Walsh; 3; all at Logan

Two-time winners:
Doris Hannon, Ironton
Dennis Biddinger, Warren
Keith Myers, Logan
Larry Ryan, Warren
Matt Walburn, Jackson
Amy Colgrove, Warren

Most Consecutive COY Awards:
Ralph Taylor; 7 (1990-96) all at Logan
Amy Hughes; 3 (2007-09) all at Chillicothe
Gordon Baker; 3 (1987-89) all at Gallipolis



Notes:
Keith Myers was also named the boys Coach of the Year in 2009 and was the boys Player of the Year in 1986.

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

Post by loganlocos » Thu May 11, 2017 12:19 pm

SEOAL Girls Basketball Player of the Year award winners:

1978 - Cindy Jamison; G; Logan - 5-8
1979 - Gwen Bobo; n/a; Waverly - height unknown

1980 - Beth Rist; G; Ironton - 5-8
1981 - Sarah Evans; C; Gallipolis - 6-1
1981 - Lauren Triplett; F; Ironton - 5-8
1982 - Sarah Evans; C; Gallipolis - 6-2
1983 - Nancy Evans; F; Gallipolis - 5-9

1983 - Angela Mollica; F; Athens - 5-9
1984 - Renee Halley; G; Gallipolis - 5-6
1985 - Janice Huwe; C; Athens - 6-1
1986 - Sunshine Gerig; C; Athens - 6-0

1987 - Angie Holley; n/a; Gallipolis - height unknown
1988 - Ann Barnitz; C; Warren - 6-1
1989 - Kristi Thomas; G; Gallipolis - 5-10

1990 - Kristi Thomas; G; Gallipolis - 5-11
1990 - Katie Smith; F; Logan - 5-11
1991 - Katie Smith; F; Logan - 5-11
1992 - Katie Smith; F; Logan - 5-11

1993 - Melissa Cooper; G; Logan - 5-11
1994 - Melissa Cooper; G; Logan - 5-11

1995 - Mindy Pope; F; Gallipolis - 6-0
1996 - Tara Rutherford; G; Logan - 5-9
1997 - Katie Kostohryz; C; Athens - 5-11
1998 - Beth Howe; G; Jackson - 5-6 (Only freshman to ever win POY)
1999 - Bobbi Jo Ohmer; F; Warren - 5-9

2000 - Beth Howe; G, Jackson - 5-9
2001 - Jen Gwin; G; Marietta - 5-3
2002 - Brianna Johnson; G; Gallipolis - 5-4
2003 - Liz Howeth; G; Athens - 5-10
2004 - Stacie Shrider; F; Warren - 5-11
2005 - Meghan McAuley; G; Marietta - 5-9
2006 - Victoria Leali; G; Jackson - 5-5
2007 - North: Jessica Harris; F; Logan - 5-11
2007 - South: Mandi Boykin; G; Ironton - 5-4
2008 - North: Jessica Harris; F; Logan - 5-11
2008 - South: Megan Lee; G; Chillicothe - 5-8
2009 - North: LeAnne Ross; G; Marietta - 5-8
2009 - South: Hannah Day; F; Chillicothe - 5-9

2010 - LeAnn Ross; G; Marietta - 5-8
2011 - Eric Dawson; G; Marietta - 5-10

2012 - Allie Grace Proctor; G; Warren - 5-7
2012 - Madison Rideout; G; Jackson - 5-9
2013 - Madison Rideout; G; Jackson - 5-9
2014 - Madison Rideout; G; Jackson - 5-9

2015 - Paige Davis; G; Logan - 5-7
2016 - Rebekah Green; G; Jackson - 5-6
2017 - Rebekah Green; G; Jackson - 5-6
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Re: SEOAL - The Final History - Champions - POY - COY

Post by noreply66 » Thu May 11, 2017 1:05 pm

See where Logan's record between 1989/94 in the SEOAL was 50 and 2-96% and over all during that time was 117/12-91%.
GO LOGAN..The anti-Christ is among us

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

Post by loganlocos » Thu May 11, 2017 1:32 pm

Three-time winners:
Katie Smith, Logan (1990-92)
Madison Rideout, Jackson (2012-14)

Two-time winners:
Sarah Evans, Gallipolis (1981, 82)
Kristi Thomas, Gallipolis (1989, 90)
Melissa Cooper, Logan (1993, 94)
Beth Howe, Jackson (1998, 2000)
Jessica Harris, Logan (2007, 08)
LeAnne Ross, Marietta (2009, 10)
Rebekah Green, Jackson (2016, 17)

Numbers by school:
1. Logan - 10
2. Gallipolis - 9
3. Jackson - 8
4(T). Athens - 5
4(T). Marietta - 5
6. Warren - 4
7. Ironton - 3
8. Chillicothe - 2
9. Waverly - 1

Numbers by position:
Guard: 27
Center: 6
Forward: 12

Unknown: 2

Notes:
Only 6 winners were over 6-0 tall, the tallest being Sarah Evans (6-2) of Gallipolis in 1982. Evans was listed at 6-1 and won the POY award in 1981.

The shortest winner was Jen Gwin of Marietta in 2001, standing just 5-3.

Beth Howe (1998, 200), a two-time winner, joined her brother Brad (1996) and father Harold (1968) in being named the POY in basketball.

Sarah Evans (1981, 82) and Nancy Evans (1983) of Gallipolis are the only sisters to win the POY award.

Paige Davis (2015) is the daughter of two-time winner Melissa Cooper (1993, 94).

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

Post by Ironman92 » Tue May 23, 2017 9:21 pm

Thanks for this locos. Cool to read through.

Katie not being POY all 4 years is silly. No one else even remotely close...and Howe was 3rd I believe in Ms. Basketball voting.

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