All SVC Golf Teams

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2021 ALL-SVC GOLF
NAMESCHOOLAVG/STROKES
CHARLIE LEWISUNIOTO39.57 / 277
LOGAN CUMMINSPIKETON40.29 / 282
JACE TUCKERUNIOTO40.71 / 285
OWEN ARMSTRONGPIKETON40.86 / 286
JON GRONDOLSKY JR.ZANE TRACE41.57 / 291
BRAXTON PLATTUNIOTO42.29 / 296
AARON EVANSSOUTHEASTERN42.71 / 299
BRAYDEN POPPSOUTHEASTERN43.00 / 301
GABE DETTWILLERPIKETON43.14 / 302
DAVIS KERNSADENA43.86 / 307
JACOB HICKSWESTFALL43.86 / 307
HENRY ZITZELBERGERZANE TRACE44.00 / 308
CHRISTIAN HORNPIKETON44.43 / 311
JOSH DELONGZANE TRACE44.86 / 314
QUADE KALTENBACHUNIOTO45.57 / 319
            2021 ALL-SVC GOLF HONORABLE MENTION
NAMESCHOOLAVG/STROKESCLASS
SYDNEY ATERADENA46.43 / 325SO.
DAYLAND THOMASHUNTINGTON52.29 / 366SR.
EMMA WINLANDPAINT VALLEY46.57 / 326SR.
GAVIN HOWARDPIKETON45.71 / 320JR.
CHASE HATFIELDSOUTHEASTERN62.43 / 437JR.
KEEGAN SNYDERUNIOTO46.57 / 326FR.
JASIAH STORYWESTFALL47.14 / 330SO.
DANIEL HUGHESZANE TRACE48.71 / 341FR.

Tour Of Chillicothe Canal Warehouses Slated For October 17th

Presented By Classic Brands

(Chillicothe) — Tour two canal-era buildings to celebrate the anniversary of the superhighway of commerce and culture in Chillicothe on Sunday, October 17th, 2021 from 2pm-4pm.

Watch Mike Smith’s Litter Media LIVE Special Edition interview with Kevin Coleman of Intrepid Heritage Services, concerning the Tour of Canal Warehouses. CLICK HERE:

Visit renovated canal warehouses built in 1852 on West Water Street with Kevin Coleman: Dard Hunter Studios, and Old Town Fabric Shop.

(Photo Courtesy of Intrepid Services)

The sturdy buildings have seen varied uses over the years, and you will hear about their history, architectural and engineering details, and proud renovations.

(Dard Hunter Studios)

190 years ago this month, the Ohio & Erie Canal officially opened in Chillicothe after water finally filled “The Great Ditch.” The canal dominated the town for the next generation and operated for 50 years, bringing wealth and culture, and shaping its development – especially after the Great Fire of 1852.

The tour is limited to about 25 participants and reservations are encouraged. It will be $20 for adults, $10 for students, and $30 for families (three or more family members including children). Pay “at the door” with cash or check.

The approximately hour-and-a-half tour starts 2pm Sunday, October 17th, 2021 at Dard Hunter Studios at 115 West Water Street. Parking is welcome at 152 W. Water Street, opposite Park Street. Then we’ll walk to the triple canal warehouses of the Old Town Fabric Shop at 52-54-56 West Water Street.

Since most of the tour is indoors, it will happen regardless of weather. It will be indoors with stairs, ramps and an elevator, and on level sidewalks and street crossings.

Contact Kevin Coleman at ihs@horizonview.net, (740 ) 775-4036 (phone), IntrepidHeritageServices.com, (740) 771-8574 (texting), or as “Intrepid Heritage Services” on Facebook.