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December 10, 2013

Lone Oak quarterback earns top 7-2A honors



DL    *Thomas Hyde        Eustace        290    Jr.

DL    Nick Bullock        Winnsboro        220    Sr.

DL    Manuel Leon        Lone Oak        220    Sr.

DL    Marcus Dowell        Malakoff        195    Jr.

DL    Collin Binkert        Quitman        225    Sr.

LB    Ollice Rogers        Kemp        190    Sr.

LB    Trent Sikes        Lone Oak        160    Sr.

LB    Jordan Harris        Malakoff        190    Sr.

LB    Tedrick Shephard        Winnsboro        160    Jr.

LB    Abed Abuhatab        Eustace        160    Sr.

DB    *Ryan Basye        Lone Oak        175    Sr.

DB    *Terrance Scott        Malakoff        175    Sr.

DB    Lucas Pinnell        Winnsboro    1    50    So.

DB    Ryan Brown        Eustace        150    Sr.

DB    Garrian McCallister        Malakoff        130    Sr.

DB    Austin Dobbs        Quitman        165    Sr.

*Unanimous selection


QB    Daniel Davis        Quitman        165    Sr.

RB    Colby Peak        Quitman        190    Sr.

RB    Will Villalobos        Winnsboro        130    Sr.

WR    Cal Hukil    l    Kemp        155    Jr.

WR    Ethan O’Donnell        Grand Saline    180    Sr.

WR    Jared Givens        Malakoff        170    Jr.

TE    Forrest Lane        Eustace        200    Sr.

OL    Nelson Ochoa        Malakoff        250    Jr.

OL    Hill Norris        Quitman        200    Jr.

OL    Cain Langhoff        Winnsboro        190    Jr.

OL    Maverick McDowell        Kemp        190    Jr.

OL    Colton Busby        Lone Oak        255    Sr.

OL    Eli Gammage        Lone Oak        210    Jr.


DL    J.T. Taylor        Quitman        195    Jr.

DL    Cody McLemore        Winnsboro        250    Sr.

DL    John Forest        Kemp        200    Jr.

DL    Jeffery Jones        Lone Oak        185    jr.

DL    Colton Barker        Malakoff        240    So.

LB    David Santoy        Winnsboro        160    Sr.

LB    River Tolleson        Lone Oak        175    So.

LB    Jared Givens        Malakoff        170    Jr.

LB    Colby Peak        Quitman        190    Sr.

DB    Lane Davis        Grand Saline    160    Jr.

DB    Daniel Garcia        Kemp        165    Sr.

DB    Brett Loeffler        Lone Oak        180    Jr.

DB    Dariuhn Jackson        Malakoff        160    Sr.

DB    Quinton King        Winnsboro        190    Jr.



PK    Jesus Ramirez        Quitman        185    Sr.

PK    Omar Gonzalez        Malakoff        160    Jr.

P    Jonathon Laprade        Grand Saline    190    Jr.    P    Ryan Brown        Eustace        150    Sr.

PR    Dariuhn Jackson        Malakoff        160    Sr.


PK    Ryan Brown        Eustace        150    Sr.

PK    Julio Olivarria        Winnsboro        160    Jr.


Lone Oak: OL Eric Shaw, DL Coleton Lasseter, OL Austin Jones, DB Jonah Carson.


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