Six Area Players Voted To TSWA 2A All-State Football Team

Thursday, January 02, 2014 - by special report to chattanoogan.com

Six Chattanooga-area players have been voted to the Tennessee Sports Writers Association Class 2A all-state football team.

Lincoln Phillips an Josh Rogers from Silverdale Baptist Academy earned sports on the team along with Devin Collier and Bryce Carter from Tellico Plains.

Also voted to the team were Boyd-Buchanan's Jim Cardwell and Blake Zeman from Marion County.

Coming Friday, Jan. 3: Class 3A All-State football team.

Class 2A All-State Football Team

Coach of the Year: Kevin Creasy (Trousdale County)

OFFENSE

 QB – Kyle Akin (Trinity Christian)

QB – Devin Smith (Grace Christian)

QB – Jim Cardwell (Boyd-Buchanan)

RB – Kenyan Harper (Trousdale County)

RB – Chris Hale (Eagleville)

RB – Zak Neary (Adamsville)

ATH – Braxton Baugus (Trenton)

ATH – Dejuan McQuarters (Mitchell)

TE – Andy Eddins (Grace Christian)

WR – Eli Parker (Trinity Christian Academy)

WR – Jacob Wallis (Adamsville)

WR – Chase Diggs (Trinity Christian Academy)

OL – Nathan Morris (Grace Christian)

OL – Colton Williams (Adamsville)

OL – Denzel Murphy (Mitchell)

OL – Austin Sampson (Huntingdon)

OL – Jackson Adcock (Trinity Christian Academy)

K – Bryce Couch (Oneida)

 

DEFENSE

 

DL – Tyler Brown (Rockwood)

DL – Taidrian Seay (Trousdale County)

DL – Lincoln Phillips (Silverdale)

DL – Stephen Anderson (Trinity Christian Academy)

DL – Bryce Carter (Tellico Plains)

LB – Blake Zeman (Marion County)

LB – Tyler Bush (Huntingdon)

LB – Devin Collier (Tellico Plains)

LB – Adam Kilby ( Wartburg)

LB – Josh Rogers (Silverdale)

LB – Logan Morris (Peabody)

LB – Jacob Dengler (Adamsville)

DB – Cole West (Oneida)

DB – Nathan Silver (Grace Christian)

DB – Tyler Garrott (Trinity Christian Academy)

DB – Trey Hickey (Middle Tennessee Christian)

DB – Dylan Ford (Hampton)

P – Cas Crenshaw (Peabody)

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


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