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All-Region 3-5A Football Team announced

2017 All-Region 3-5A Football Team

Coaches & Players of the Year

Coach of the Year- Joe Gaddis (Oak Ridge)

Offensive Assistant of the Year- Justin Long (Fulton)

Defensive Assistant of the Year- Jeff Miner (Oak Ridge)

Co-POY- Johnny Stewart (Oak Ridge); Zach Rutherford (Campbell County)

Offensive POY- Xavier Malone (Fulton)

Defensive POY- Zach Stokes (West)

Quarterback- Walker Trusley (Powell)

Runningback- Tee Hodge-Harper (Karns)

Fullback- Deshawn Page (Fulton)

Tight End- Elijah Phillips (Campbell County)

Wide Receiver- Shawn Marcum (Campbell County)

Offensive Lineman- Bryson Garrett (Karns)

Defensive Lineman- Tyreece Edwards (West)

Linebacker- Robquan Thomas (Fulton)

Defensive Back- Kai’reese Pendegrass (Oak Ridge)

Punter- Isaac Quick (Oak Ridge)

Place Kicker- Logan Bowers (West)

Returner- Dorian Williamson (Fulton)

Specialist- Jashaun Fenderson (Fulton)

Sophomore of the year- Drew Francis (West)

1st Team

Oak Ridge- Adarius Cox, Caleb Martin, TJ Johnson, Cobe Angel, Jack Borchers, Ramar Hawkins, Jeremy Mitchell, Jacob Adams, Adarius Simpson, Jaycen McGhee; Fulton- Coryean Davis, James Davis, Jaquez Booker, Michael Hobby, J’Coryan Anderson, Dearies Farmer, Demarcus Cash, Zurich Hudson, Joey Smith, Jeryn Cole; West- Cal Cook, Ben Skvara, Daniel Leadbetter, Reid Britton, Trariq Hardin, Juan Davis, Zion McCray, Sebastian Latorre; Campbell County- Gary Seibers, Bryce Trentham, Drew Jordan, Christian England, Javan McCulley, Zack Phillips, Logan Berry, Eric Hopper; Powell- Bryson Reed, Jonathan McQueen, Alvin Stacy, Colton Webb, Michael Treadwell, Riley Bryant, Bailor Walker; Karns- Thomas Harper, Daniel Kitts, Kobe Vaughn, Hunter Osborn, Landon Kelly; Clinton- Trevon Hill, Javian Booker, Isiah Washington, Luke Johnson

Academic Team

Oak Ridge- Sam McFarland; Fulton- Joey Smith; West- Will Babb; Campbell County- Preston Bowman; Powell- Wesley Hardin; Karns- Asher Miller; Clinton- Reagan McKamey

About Jim Harris

Jim Harris has been WYSH’s News & Sports Director since 2000.
In addition to reporting local news, he is the play-by-play voice for Clinton High School football, boys’ and girls’ basketball and baseball.
Catch Jim live weekdays beginning at 6:20 am for live local news, sports, weather and traffic plus the Community Bulletin Board, shenanigans with Ron Meredith and more on the Country Club Morning Show on WYSH & WQLA.
Jim lives in Clinton with his wife Kelly and daughter Carolina, his mother-in-law and cats Lucius and Oliver.

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