Several local players honored by ASWA, make all-region teams

FROM STAFF REPORTSDecember 22, 2013 

Six local players earned honorable mention status for the Alabama Sports Writers Association all-state football teams.

Four Smiths Station players made honorable mention for Class 6A. They were wide receiver Johnny Woods, offensive lineman Justin Wimberly, linebacker Anfernee Moffett and defensive lineman Vada King.

Glenwood had a pair of players to make honorable mention in AISA -- running back Undriel Copeland and athlete Dylan Denny.

All-Region 1-AAAAA team

Harris County placed 13 players of the All-Region 1-AAAAA team, including eight on the first team.

Hardaway had five with one on the first team (offensive guard Desmond Barmore), while Northside had three with one on the first team (linebacker Victor Ballesteros).

The Harris County players on the first team were center Brad McCoy, guard Tyler Boutwell, tight end Tae Crowder, running back Esias Chapman, all-ourpose TaQuon Marshall, defensive end Key Hicks, defensive back AJ Howard and punter Isaac Grimes.

Harris County's second-teamers were offensive tackle Nakia Grier, defensive tackles Blake Jones and Quinton Rogers, linebacker Monterio Wyatt and defensive back DJ Washington.

Hardaway's second-teamers were offensive tackle Cedric Johnson, linebacker David Hall, All-purpose Torrie Beard and return specialist Kamron McFolley.

Northside's second-teamers were running back Larry Gilyard and all-purpose player Kalan Watts.

All-ICSGA team

Calvary Christian had eight players make the All-ICSGA South Region team.

They were linebacker Andrew Walsh, defensive back Corey Carroll, defensive lineman Mason Kent, offensive linemen Clayton Barefield and Stephen Galloway, tight end Joshua Mixon, running back Anthony Santiago and kicker Thomas Chappel.

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