Four South Pittsburg Players Voted To Class 1A All-State Football Team

Wednesday, January 1, 2014 - by special report to chattanoogan.com

Four players from South Pittsburg and one from Whitwell have earned spots on the Tennessee Sports Writers Association Class 1A all-state football team.

Pirates Kahlil Mitchell, Jajuan Lankford, Ricky Fehr and Payne Mosley were voted to the team along with Whitwell's Clay McHone.

Coming Thursday, Jan. 2: Class 2A all-state football team.

Class 1A

Coach of the Year: Darren Bowling (Union City)

OFFENSE

 QB – Shandon Lyle (Midway)

QB – Jaylen Montague (Humboldt)

RB – Kahlil Mitchell (South Pittsburg)

RB – Jajuan Lankford (South Pittsburg)

RB – Jordan Anderson (Greenback)

RB – Clay McHone (Whitwell)

FB – Ricky Henry (Union City)

WR – Hunter Cope (Greenback)

WR – Colter Swafford (Dresden)

OL – Zach Stewart (Coalfield)

OL – Benson Napier (Coalfield)

OL – Alex Givens (Nashville Christian)

OL – Ricky Fehr (South Pittsburg)

OL– Tristan Jernigan (Union City)

OL – Austin Gullett (Humboldt)

ATH – Austin Whitehead (Cloudland)

ATH – Stone Riner (Cornersville)

K – Cace Cook (Union City)

 

DEFENSE

 

DL – Hayden Hester (Midway)

DL – Marshun Cox (Humboldt)

DL – Ben Kendall (Dresden)

DL – Darius Wade (Humboldt)

DL – Lucas Titlow (Greenback)

DL – John Ross Rudolph (Clarksville Academy)

LB – Samuel McCloud (Greenback)

LB – Payne Mosley (South Pittsburg)

LB – Daniel Bituli (Nashville Christian)

LB – Ryan Hill (Coalfield)

LB – Mason Carnett (Cloudland)

DB – Zach Wilkins (Coalfield)

DB – Aaron Powers (Oakdale)

DB – JaVonte Moffatt (Union City)

DB – Jacob Swint (Sunbright)

DB – Andrew Clore (Coalfield)

P – Brock Moore (Greenback)

(E-mail Stan Crawley at wscrawley@earthlink.net)

 


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