Meigs made it a clean sweep of the Ohio Division titles, with both teams concluding the season with identical 9-1 marks in league play.
The TVC Ohio titles earned both Meigs head coaches, Brent Bissell (baseball) and Steve Wood (softball), Coach of the Year honors.
This is the first Coach of the Year award for both coaches. Bissell was in his first year at the helm of the Marauders, while Wood just concluded his second season with the Lady Marauders.
In the Hocking Division, Wahama head baseball coach Tom Cullen received the Coach of the Year award for his team’s 16-0 mark in league play.
Two softball players and one baseball player from the tri-county area received player of the year honors, all on the defensive side.
Meigs senior pitcher Heath Dettwiller was named TVC Ohio Co-Defensive Player of the Year, along with Dean Maffin of Athens.
The Lady Marauders first baseman Emalee Glass received the TVC Ohio Defensive Player of the Year honors, while Eastern’s Allie Rawson earned the TVC Hocking Defensive Player of the Year award for her work at the catcher position.
This is the third Player of the Year award for Rawson, with the previous two coming on the Offensive side.
Meigs placed 10 players on the all-league list, five each from baseball and softball. Wahama earned eight selections (5 BB, 3 SB), Eastern had seven (3 BB, 4 SB), Southern had six (3 BB, 3 SB) and South Gallia received five (2 BB, 3 SB).
Marauders named to the TVC Ohio team were seniors Heath Dettwiller (P), Cameron Bolin (SS) and Ryan Payne (LF), junior Nathan Rothgeb (C) and freshman Taylor Rowe (3B).
For the Lady Maraduers, seniors Kelsey Shuler (OF) and Chandra Stanley (3B) earned all-league honors in their final season, while junior Emalee Glass (1B) and sophomores Delilah Fish (OF) and Allyson Davis (SS) were also on the all-league list. Glass was the lone repeat selection from 2010 for the Lady Marauders.
A total of 26 locals were named to the All-TVC Hocking teams — 13 baseball and 13 softball.
The Wahama baseball team picked up five selections — three seniors and two juniors. Seniors Anthony Bond (SS/P), Tyler Kitchen (RF/P) and Brice Clark (1B/P) were joined on the All-TVC Hocking team by juniors Tyler Roush (SS/P/RF) and Zac Warth (2B).
The Tornadoes — who finished third in the Hocking Division with an 11-4 mark — landed three on the all-league list. Seniors Eric Buzzard (3B) and Adam Warden (C) and sophomore Danny Ramthun (P/SS) each earned their first all-league award.
Eastern also received three all-league selections following a 7-8 season in league play. Seniors Tyler Hendrix (SS) and John Tenoglia (DH) were repeat honorees, while senior Ryan Shook (2B) was a first time All-TVC selection.
The South Gallia baseball team landed two on the all-league team in its first season as a league member. Junior Cory Haner (P/SS) and freshman Ethan Spurlock (C) were both named to the All-TVC Hocking baseball team.
The Eastern Lady Eagles received the most selections of the four TVC Hocking softball teams with four. The Lady Eagles finished second in the league with an 11-3 mark. Representing the Lady Eagles were seniors Allie Rawson (C) and Britney Morrison (SS) and juniors Brenna Holter (LF/SS) and Brooke Johnson (RF). Rawson, Morrison and Holter were all repeat selections from 2010.
For the Lady Falcons — who finished the year with a 6-1 league mark to tie for third place — senior Molly Larck (1B), junior Karista Ferguson (2B) and freshman Sierra Carmichael (C) earned all-league honors.
The Lady Rebels — who finished 9-5 in league play — received three all-league selections. Seniors Tayler Duncan (SS) and Morgan Gilliland (1B) were joined on the TVC Hocking team by junior pitcher Chandra Canaday.
Southern — which finished with a 5-10 league mark — had three all-league recipients. Senior Bobbi Harris (1B), junior Katelyn Hill (3B) and freshman Jordan Huddleston (P/OF) each earned their first All-TVC selection.
2011 Tri Valley Conference Teams
Heath Dettwiller Meigs Sr. P
Taylor Rowe Meigs Fr. 3B
Nathan Rothgeb Meigs Jr. C
Cameron Bolin Meigs Sr. SS
Ryan Payne Meigs Sr. LF
Dean Maffin Athens Sr. P/3B
Colton Noftz Athens Sr. P/RF
Austin Howard Athens Jr. 1B/RF
Casey Grimm Athens Jr. SS
Michael Chapman Alexander Sr. C
Tyler Daniels Alexander Jr. 2B
Zack Weffler Alexander Jr. P/3B
Casey Cox Nelsonville-York Jr. SS
Thomas Taggart Nelsonville-York Sr. 1B/P
Michael Grey Wellston Jr. 1B/P
Joey Young Wellston So. SS/P
John O’Hara Vinton County Sr. CF
Luke Lafferty Vinton County Sr. LF
Offensive Player of the Year: Michael Chapman, Alexander
Co-Defensive Player of the Year: Dean Maffin, Athens
Co-Defensive Player of the Year: Heath Dettwiller, Meigs
Coach of the Year: Brent Bissell, Meigs
TVC Ohio Baseball Standings
Vinton County 0-10
Anthony Bond Wahama Sr. SS/P
Tyler Roush Wahama Jr. SS/P/RF
Tyler Kitchen Wahama Sr. RF/P
Brice Clark Wahama Sr. 1B/P
Zac Warth Wahama Jr. 2B
Clay Ullman Belpre Sr. CF
Tyler Watkins Belpre Sr. SS/P
Ethan Lockhart Belpre Sr. C
Erik Waderker Belpre Sr. SS/2B
Danny Ramthun Southern So. P/SS
Eric Buzzard Southern Sr. 3B
Adam Warden Southern Sr. C
Chad Hatfield Federal Hocking Sr. 2B/C/P
Josh Coen Federal Hocking Jr. C/P
Terrence Mayle Federal Hocking So. OF
Tyler Hendrix Eastern Sr. SS
John Tenoglia Eastern Sr. DH
Ryan Shook Eastern Sr. 2B
J.D. Chesser Trimble Jr. SS/P
Charles Kish Trimble Sr. 2B
Storm Rushing Trimble Jr. LF
Brad Kearns Waterford Sr. 2B
Levi McCutcheon Waterford Sr. CF
Cory Haner South Gallia Jr. P/SS
Ethan Spurlock South Gallia Fr. C
Hunter Starlin Miller Fr. SS/P
Dakota McGill Miller So. 3B/P
Offensive Player of the Year: Clay Ullman, Belpre
Defensive Player of the Year: Tyler Watkins, Belpre
Coach of the Year: Tom Cullen, Wahama
TVC Hocking Baseball Standings
Federal Hocking 9-7
South Gallia 2-14
Delilah Fish Meigs So. OF
Allyson Davis Meigs So. SS
Emalee Glass Meigs Jr. 1B
Kelsey Shuler Meigs Sr. OF
Chandra Stanley Meigs Sr. 3B
Brittni Hall Wellston Jr. P
Shanea Long Wellston So. SS
Chelsea McManaway Wellston Fr. OF
Taelor Folder Wellston So. 1B
Amber McLaughlin Alexander Sr. SS
Morgan Grinstead Alexander Sr. 1B/3B
Alisha Swiney Alexander Jr. 3B/C
Abby Pomento Athens Jr. P/OF
Kayla Dunfee Athens Sr. 2B
Donyel Castor Vinton County Sr. SS
Katey Taylor Vinton County Sr. CF
Alissa Hook Nelsonville-York So. P/OF
Jessica Richards Nelsonville-York Sr. C
Offensive Player of the Year: Amber McLaughlin, Alexander
Defensive Player of the Year: Emalee Glass, Meigs
Coach of the Year: Steve Wood, Meigs
TVC Ohio Softball Standings
Vinton County 2-8
Taylor Mason Belpre Sr. P/1B
Natalie Perry Belpre Jr. P/1B
Brittany McNabb Belpre Jr. C
Brianna Hasley Belpre Sr. 3B
Regina Leftwich Belpre Sr. SS
Allie Rawson Eastern Sr. C
Brenna Holter Eastern Jr. LF/SS
Britney Morrison Eastern Sr. SS
Brooke Johnson Eastern Jr. RF
Chandra Canaday South Gallia Jr. P
Tayler Duncan South Gallia Sr. SS
Morgan Gilliland South Gallia Sr. 1B
Tana Wallace Waterford Sr. P/2B
Anna Maria Welch Waterford Sr. 1B
Hannah Offenberger Waterford So. C
Molly Larck Wahama Sr. 1B
Karista Ferguson Wahama Jr. 2B
Sierra Carmichael Wahama a Fr. C
Bobbi Harris Southern Sr. 1B
Katelyn Hill Southern Jr. 3B
Jordan Huddleston Southern Fr. P/OF
Demi Moore Trimble So. SS
Jessi Spears Trimble Sr. C
Kate Russell Federal Hocking Jr. SS
Ashton Cale Federal Hocking Fr. P/OF
Megan Spergin Miller Sr. C
Aubrey Hand Miller Sr. P
Offensive Player of the Year: Taylor Mason, Belpre
Defensive Player of the Year: Allie Rawson, Eastern
Coach of the Year: Ken Cox, Belpre
TVC Hocking Softball Standings
South Gallia 9-5
Federal Hocking 4-11