Vinton County Sports History, Records and More

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SEOPS
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Vinton County Sports History, Records and More

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Please reply here with Sports History and I will update the first post with all findings.

This is for all Sports

Football
Team Record-- Need Year, Record, Head Coach,Conference Finish, starting QB, Key Players that year, anyone move on to play college sports
Stats- All team leading Rusher, Passer, Tackles, Sacks ect for year and overall

Basketball
Records-- Need Year, Record, Head Coach, Key Players that year, anyone move on to play college sports
Stats- All time leading stats for year and overall

Baseball
Records-- Need Year, Record, Head Coach, Key Players that year, anyone move on to play college sports
Stats- All time leading stats for year and overall

Softball
Records-- Need Year, Record, Head Coach, Key Players that year, anyone move on to play college sports
Stats- All time leading stats for year and overall

Volleyball
Records-- Need Year, Record, Head Coach, Key Players that year, anyone move on to play college sports
Stats- All time leading stats for year and overall

Soccer
Records-- Need Year, Record, Head Coach, Key Players that year, anyone move on to play college sports
Stats- All time leading stats for year and overall

Feel free to add any more sports



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I will respond to this very soon.



Jason Vorhees
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Vinton County Football Winning Seasons:
1966: 7-1 (Dave Bolander)
1986: 6-4 (Scott Blakely) 5 Shutouts
1988: 7-3 (Jack O’Rourke) 5 Shutouts
1989: 6-4 (same as above)
1990: 8-2 (same as above)
1991: 10-0 (same as above) TVC Champions, 5 Shutouts
1992: 7-3 (same as above)
1993: 10-2 (same as above) 1st playoff appearance, 1st playoff victory
1994: 7-3 (Matt Queen)
1995: 6-4 (same as above)
1996: 7-3 (same as above)
1997: 7-3 (same as above)
1999: 6-4 (same as above) TVC Champions
2003: 6-4 (Jeff Downs)
2004: 8-3 (Jeff Downs)



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