ORVC Spring Sports Report Returns For First Time In Nearly Two Years

Springs sports have returned after being cancelled in 2020 due to COVID-19.

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(Undated) - For the first time in two years, the Ohio River Valley Conference has released a spring sports report.

The ORVC report for March 22 through April 3 and April 5-10 was released on Wednesday.

For the week of March 22-April 3, Rising Sun’s Cora Poling was the ORVC Softball Player of the Week. 

Poling collected 12 RBIs, 6 hits, 4 runs and a home run in three games.

Southwestern’s Jordan DeAtley earned the first ORVC Baseball Player of the Week after going 3-7 with 2 RBIs and the game-winning hit versus Henryville.

The ORVC Boys Golfer of the Week for March 22-April 3 went to Milan’s Josh Clark. He shot a 78 at the Edinburgh Tourney.

Last week, Switzerland County’s Lily Sparks was named the ORVC Softball Player of the Week. Sparks struck out 24 batters over 14 innings pitched and collected four RBIs in two games.

The ORVC Baseball Player of the Week went to Southwestern’s Landon DeAtley. The Rebels star totaled seven hits, four runs, four RBIs in three games. He also pitched seven innings, striking out eight.

Bryce Wrightsman is the ORVC Boys Golfer of the Week. The Pacers star shot 42 at Belterra.

The ORVC Performers of the Week in Track & Field are Luke Comer (JCD), William Tunny (South Ripley), Gracie White (Switzerland County), and Emily Flood (South Ripley).

A full list of top performers can be found here.

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