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December 10, 2013

Lone Oak quarterback earns top 7-2A honors

Lone Oak — Lone Oak sophomore quarterback Jake Williams, who led the 7-4 Buffaloes to a playoff spot, earned newcomer of the year honors on the All-District 7-2A Division I football team.

Williams threw for 2,585 yards and 36 touchdowns with just eight interceptions. He was a unanimous selection.

Three of the Buffaloes’ top receivers earned first-team honors on offense, seniors Ryan Basye, Trent Sikes and Brett Loeffler.

Three more Buffaloes made the first-team offense, including running back Devin Shaw, tight end Chawn Cooper and offensive lineman Christian White.

Three Buffaloes made the top defense, including lineman Manuel Leon, Sikes at linebacker and Bayse in the secondary.

Lone Oak offensive linemen Colton Busby and Eli Gammage earned second-team hoors.

Lone Oak’s second-team defensive selections included lineman Jeffry Jones, linebacker River Tolleson and Loeffler in the secondary.

All-District 7-2A Football Team

Most valuable player — *Damontes Dowell, Malakoff, 175, Sr.

Offensive MVP — Sheyanne Thompson, Winnsboro, Sr.

Defensive MVPs — Israel Chavez, Malakoff, Sr; Elijah Click, Quitman, Sr.

Newcomer of the year — *Jake Williams, Lone Oak, Soph.

Utility player of the year — Braylon Cable, Malakoff, Jr.

Offensive linemen of the year — Thomas Hyde, Eustace, 290, Jr.; Israel Chavez, Malakoff, 280, Sr.

Defensive lineman of the year — *Zack Hughes, Eustace, 215, Jr.

Coaching staff of the year — Malakoff


QB    *Corey Watkins        Kemp        175    Jr.

RB    *Marcus Dowell        Malakoff        195    Jr.

RB    Devin Shaw        Lone Oak        180    Jr.

RB    David Santoy        Winnsboro        160    Sr.

FB    Jesus Barcenas        Eustace        180    Sr.

FB    Jesus Ramirez        Quitman        185    Sr.

FB    Tedrick Shephard        Winnsboro        160    Jr.

WR    Braxton Allison        Kemp        160    Sr.

WR    Ryan Basye        Lone Oak        175    Sr.

WR    Trent Sikes        Lone Oak        170    Sr.

WR    Brett Loeffler        Lone Oak        180    Jr.

WR    Ken. Hornbuckle        Malakoff        140    Jr.

WR    Dariuhn Jackson        Malakoff        160    Sr.

TE    Chawn Cooper        Lone Oak        190    Sr.

TE    Quinton King        Winnsboro        190    Jr.

OL    *Tyson Gearner        Winnsboro        205    Jr.

OL    *Zack Hughes        Eustace        215    Jr.

OL    Diego Medina        Malakoff        230    Sr.

OL    Thomas Acol        Malakoff        320    Sr.

OL    Bobby Wells        Quitman        285    Sr.

OL    Cody Neal        Grand Saline    245    Sr.

OL    Christian White        Lone Oak        240    Sr.

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