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All-Area Division I football


The 2013 All-Area Division I football teams, as selected by Cox Media Group Ohio on recommendations from area coaches:

DIVISION I

FIRST TEAM

OFFENSE:

End – Tristan Davis, Wayne, 5-11, 165, sr.

End – D.L. Knock, Springboro, 5-11, 190, jr.

Lineman - Jared Weyler, Centerville, 6-4, 285, sr.

Lineman – Billy Palcic, Springboro, 5-10-270, sr.

Lineman – Pat Osterhage, Centerville, 6-5, 266, sr.

Lineman – Josh Perry, Northmont, 6-2, 290, jr.

Lineman – Brandon Bronaugh, Wayne, 6-2, 260, so.

Quarterback - D’Mitrik Trice, Wayne, 6-0, 165, jr.

Back - Damian Popp, Centerville, 5-10, 180, jr.

Back – Chris Young, Miamisburg, 6-2, 185, jr.

Back – Trey McFadden, Wayne, 5-9, 195, sr.

Kicker - Charlie Kubander, Springboro, 5-6, 135, fr.

DEFENSE:

Lineman – Tito Odenigbo, Centerville, 6-3, 270, sr.

Lineman – Robert Landers, Wayne, 6-1, 280, jr.

Lineman – Terry Ramsey, Northmont, 6-5, 240, sr.

Linebacker - Dorian Hendrix, Wayne, 6-1, 225, sr.

Linebacker - Airius Moore, Beavercreek, 6-2, 218, sr.

Linebacker – Robert Young, Miamisburg, 6-2, 185, sr.

Linebacker - Chris Rhoades, Fairmont, 6-0, 220, sr.

Linebacker - Dorian Hunter, Springfield, 5-10, 205, sr.

Back - Isaiah Williams, Northmont, 6-3, 187, sr.;

Back - Tyree Kinnel, Wayne, 6-0, 195, jr.

Back - Chris Fobbs, Miamisburg, 6-1, 185, jr.

Punter - Jacob Little, Lebanon, 5-10, 182, so.

Offensive player of the year: D’Mitrik Trice, Wayne, 6-0, 165, jr.

Defensive player of the year: Dorian Hendrix, Wayne, 6-1, 225, sr.

Coach of the year: Jay Minton, Wayne

SECOND TEAM

OFFENSE:

End - Jordan Rigg, Springboro, 6-4, 245, sr.

End - Thad Snodgrass, Springfield, 6-0, 180, sr.

End – Chad Swanson, Wayne 6-3, 200, jr.

End - Cameron Taylor, Northmont, 6-2, 159, sr.

Lineman – Josh Myers, Miamisburg, 6-5, 265, fr.

Lineman – Eric Leichliter, Lebanon, 6-1, 295, sr.

Lineman – Daniel Meister, Beavercreek, 5-11, 240, sr.

Lineman – Sam Mastin, Centerville, 6-3, 245, sr.

Quarterback - Graham Oberer, Northmont, 6-4, 200, sr.

Back – Jonny Lowery, Northmont, 5-7, 171, sr.

Back - Allen Lawrence, Beavercreek, 5-9, 240, sr.

Kicker – Nick Bozzo, Centerville, 5-11, 195, sr.

DEFENSE:

Lineman – Davonte James, Springfield, 6-3, 240, sr.

Lineman – Devin Nye, Springfield, 6-5, 236, sr.

Lineman – John Luke Arrington, Springboro, 6-6, 230, sr.

Lineman – Kenny Coleman, Northmont, 6-1, 243, sr.

Linebacker - Nick Bauer, Lebanon, 6-2, 210, jr.

Linebacker - Kevin Earles, Springboro, 6-4, 225, jr.

Linebacker - Austin Tarantino, Springboro, 5-11, 195, sr.

Linebacker – Tyler Reasoner, Beavercreek, 6-2, 225, sr.

Back – Zack Weatherford, Northmont, 6-0, 171, sr.

Back – Jordan Whitfield, Wayne, 6-0, 180, sr.

Back – Jon Kirby, Lebanon, 6-0, 160, jr.

Punter – Jackson Hansen, Beavercreek, 6-4, 190, so.


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