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December 14, 2012


Brewer’s defense, as well as offense, earns Fairview senior Player of Year; Eagles coach voted best in area





Name (School)    Pos.    Ht.    Wt.    Gr.

A.J. Cyrus (Lawrence County)    QB    6-1    170    11

Daylin Beach (Raceland)    RB    6-0    175    11

Chris Brewer (Fairview)    RB    5-10    235    12

Googie Hayes (Russell)    RB    5-9    180    12

Devon Turner (Fairview)    RB    5-8    170    10

Cole Boggs (East Carter)    WR    6-2    225    12

Nick Ruark (Lewis County)    WR    6-1    210    12

Rodney Vance (Raceland)    WR    5-11    172    10

Tyler Bevis (Russell)    OL    6-0    240    12

Cody McPeek (Fairview)    OL    6-4    290    10

Arric Quillen (Lawrence County)    OL    5-11    260    12

Anthony Roark (Fairview)    OL    6-5    280    11

Devin Thomas (Raceland)    OL    5-11    222    12

Patrick Soucy (Russell)    K    5-11    160    11



Jacob Adkins (Russell)    DL    5-11    210    12

Charlie Bradshaw (Lawrence County)    DL    6-2    235    11

Caleb McKnight (Fairview)    DL    6-1    235    10

Alec Risner (Raceland)    DL    6-0    260    11

Dalton Stamm (Lewis County)    DL    5-9    175    10

Cade Stidham (East Carter)    DL    5-10    230    12

Mac Boggs (Raceland)    LB    6-3    252    11

Tanner Dolen (Fairview)    LB    6-0    190    9

Prater Helton (Paintsville)    LB    6-0    190    11

Gage Stevens (Russell)    LB    6-1    220    12

Jordan Wellman (Lawrence County)    LB    5-10    180    12

Troy Huffine (Russell)    DB    5-10    200    12

Elijah King (Fairview)    DB    6-2    190    12

Blake Prince (Lawrence County)    DB    5-9    160    12

Mason Rutherford (Fairview)    DB    6-1    180    12

John Valencourt (Raceland)    DB    5-10    154    12

Connor Messer (Raceland)    ATH    6-3    158    10



Chris Brewer (Fairview)



Nathan McPeek (Fairview)



EAST CARTER: Quinn Huddle, Jordan Ratcliff.

FAIRVIEW: Cody Campbell, Isaiah King, Armonde Yetts.

LAWRENCE COUNTY: Michael Adams, Ricky Goble, Clark Rice.

LEWIS COUNTY: Bud Burriss, Cory Christy, Levi Clark, Austin Egbert, Jordan McCann, Tyler Mustard, Mason Thurman, Cody Zornes.

PAINTSVILLE: Kash Daniel, Lane Daniels, Mark Fannin, Joseph Goggans, Adam Plumley, Peyton Smith, Luke Trimble, Blake Williams.

RACELAND: Doug Abrams, Adam Elkins, Austin Manis, Kyle Morris.

RUSSELL: Dylan Campbell, Bryant Cathey, Lance Evans, Preston Herring, Jon Kennedy, Montana Scaggs.

WEST CARTER: Braden Brown, Tyler McGlone, Nathan Menix, Tristen Mitchell, Matthew Orcutt, Zack Walker.

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