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November 13, 2012

Fairview big winner in EKC

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OLIVE HILL — First Team All-EKC

Fairview: Chris Brewer, Cody McPeek, Anthony Roark, Tanner Dolen, Mason Rutherford, Elijah King, Caleb McKnight; Fleming County: Maverick Burnett, Heath Burnett, Dillon Wright, Chaise Gulley, Austin Hunt, Warren Hardy; Bath County: Timmy Robinson, Clark Kissick, Jordan Abrams, Griffin Bradley, Zack Romans; Raceland: Devin Thomas, Alec Risner, Daylin Beach, Connor Messer; Nicholas County: Austin Allison, J.D. Wagner, Jake Kirby, Nolan Woosley; Lewis County: Nick Ruark, Bud Burriss, Levi Clark; East Carter: Cade Stidham, Cole Boggs; West Carter: Braden Brown; Paintsville: Kash Daniel.

Second Team All-EKC

Bath County: Jared Castle, Daniel Williams, Jason Little, Curren Shrout, Brandon Price; East Carter: Christian Kouns, Jordan Ratliff; Fleming County: Jesse Hamm, Joe Lantz, Hans Mikelsoo, Dakota Miller, Carmelo Puente, D.J. Seitz; Raceland: Mac Boggs, Kyle Morris, Austin Manis, Adam Elkins; Fairview: Cody Campbell, Chris Perkins, Isaiah King, Armonde Yetts, Cody Sammons, Tanner Young, Logan Thovson; Lewis County: Cory Christy, Jordan McCann, Dalton Stamm; Nicholas County: Finn Brutsman, Drake Bussell, Ethan Smith, Caleb Becroft; Paintsville: Blake Williams; West Carter: Nathan Menix.

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