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All-Area Divisions II-III football teams


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

DIVISIONS II-III

FIRST TEAM

OFFENSE:

End – Kendric Mallory, Trotwood-Madison, 6-3, 190, sr.

End – Jake Riddell, Franklin, 5-9, 155, jr.

Lineman - Alex Dalton, Troy, 6-4, 280, sr.

Lineman – Dayomine Owens, Thurgood Marshall, 5-10, 280, jr.;

Lineman – Tim Bush, Vandalia-Butler, 6-1, 210, sr.

Lineman – Jeff Van Zant, Springfield Shawnee, 6-4, 270, sr.

Lineman – Clem Vinegar, Trotwood-Madison, 6-0, 315, sr.

Quarterback - Luke Kennard, Franklin, 6-6, 190, jr.

Back - Trent Yeomans, Piqua, 5-11, 186, jr.

Back – Jalen Nelson, Springfield Shawnee, 6-2, 210, sr.

Back – Jacob Hall, Tippecanoe, 6-2, 210, sr.

Kicker - Jeff Helt, Tecumseh, 5-10, 205, sr.

DEFENSE:

Lineman – Tyler Campbell, Xenia, 6-1, 275, sr.

Lineman – Michael Crockett, Franklin, 5-8, 215, jr.

Lineman – Ryan Reese, Trotwood-Madison, 6-1, 308, sr.

Lineman - Verondtae Wilkinson, Trotwood-Madison, 6-3, 240, sr.

Linebacker - Marco Anverse, Troy, 6-0, 225, jr.

Linebacker - Jarred Brumfield, Stebbins, 6-3, 230, sr.

Linebacker – Landon Brazile, Dayton Thurgood Marshall, 6-6, 255, sr.

Linebacker - Austin Clack, Tippecanoe, 5-11, 205, jr.

Back – Cameron Johnson, Tippecanoe, 6-0, 172, sr.

Back – Vayante Copeland, Thurgood Marshall, 6-1, 185, sr.

Back – Kei Beckham, Trotwood-Madison, 6-1, 175, jr.

Punter – Kole Patterson, Xenia, 5-10, 135, sr.

Offensive player of the year: Luke Kennard, Franklin

Defensive player of the year: Vayante Copeland, Thurgood Marshall

Coach of the year: Maurice Douglass, Trotwood-Madison

SECOND TEAM

OFFENSE:

End – Tate Honeycutt, Piqua, 5-11, 177, jr.

End – Allen Tabler, Greenville, 5-10, 145, jr.

Lineman – Kyle Bruner, Greenville, 6-0, 250, sr.

Lineman – Devin Magoteaux, Piqua, 6-2, 277, sr.

Lineman – Chase Henderson, Franklin, 6-3, 275, sr.

Lineman – Calvin McGuire-Garrett, Thurgood Marshall, 6-3, 280, jr.

Lineman – Tyler Hunter, Tippecanoe, 5-11, 252, sr.

Quarterback - Messiah DeWeaver, Trotwood-Madison, 6-3, 182, so.

Back – Miles Hibler, Troy, 5-11, 190, sr.

Back - Cary Sullivan, Carroll, 6-0, 210, sr.

Back - Daryl McCleskey, Thurgood Marshall, 5-8, 170, so.

Kicker – Taylor Clark, Tippecanoe, 6-0, 221, sr.

DEFENSE:

Lineman – Ryan Drew, Greenville, 6-3, 225, sr.

Lineman – Alex Nori, Franklin, 5-11, 195, sr.

Lineman – Alex Demers, Tippecanoe, 6-2, 260, sr.

Linebacker - Kevin Turpin, Trotwood-Madison, 6-0, 210, jr.

Linebacker – Bryce Jenkinson, Greenville, 6-1, 220, jr.

Linebacker – Zach Holt, Springfield Kenton Ridge, 5-9, 180, sr.

Linebacker – Alex Fryman, Bellbrook, 5-11, 185, jr.

Linebacker - Kyle Creech, Franklin, 5-11, 180, sr.

Back – Eddie McGee, Xenia, 6-0, 185, sr.

Back – Layne Coffey, Franklin, 5-9, 145, jr.

Back – Jarett Wasson, Tippecanoe, 5-11, 156, sr.

Punter – Wiatt Hanlin, Graham, 5-11, 171, sr.

HONORABLE MENTION:

Nathan Andorfer, Kenton Ridge; Jordan Baughman, Bellefontaine; Nathan Coffey, Bellbrook; Zach Comer, Greenville; Jayden Davis, Kenton Ridge; Christian Evans, Tecumseh; Layton Flatt, Vandalia-Butler; Jordan Fox, Sidney; A.J. Gorham, Bellefontaine; Kevon Huguely, Meadowdale;

Charlie MaClin, Meadowdale; Seth Martin, Tecumseh; Jeremy McComb, Thurgood, Marshall; Cameron Moore, Tecumseh; Saliih Muhammad, Springfield Shawnee; Jordan Muhlenkamp,Vandalia-Butler; Ty Page, West Carrollton; Clay Phillips, Springfield Shawnee; Mike Profitt, Vandalia-Butler; Malik Quisenberry, Tecumseh;

Joe Rindfleisch, Bellefontaine; Ryan Roberts, Franklin; Mitchell Schneider, Kenton Ridge; Keshawn Stafford, Stebbins; Casey Turner, Kenton Ridge; Chad Vannest, West Carrollton; Derek Yoesting, Bellefontaine; Demarcus Wilson, Trotwood-Madison.


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