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Tucker County dominates selections

November 27, 2012
By Andrew Davis Staff Writer , The Inter-Mountain

Tucker County led the area with selections on the Potomac Valley Conference All-Conference team, which was recently released.

Mountain Lion quarterback Derek Nestor was named co-offensive player of the year, while teammate Mike Adkins was named defensive player of the Year.

East Hardy's Levi Beck was the other co-offensive player of the year.

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Tucker County head coach A.J. Rapp is named the Potomac?Valley Conference Coach of the Year after guiding the Mountain Lions to a 12-1 season and berth in the Class A state semifinals.

Tucker County coach A.J. Rapp was named coach of the year after leading the Mountain Lions to a 12-1 record and a semifinal loss to Madonna, 20-14 in double overtime this past Saturday.

Other first-team selections for Tucker County on the defensive side of the ball were Cory DiBartolomeo (defensive line), Marshall Whisner (defensive end), Adkins (linebacker), Trevor Kidwell (outside linebacker), Nestor (defensive back), Tyler Snyder (defensive back) and Nathaniel Goldstein (utility player).

The following Mountain Lions were selected to offensive first-team unit - Zach Wolford (offensive line), Adkins (offensive line), Taylor Zirk (offensive line), Austin Zirk (running back), Snyder (receiver), Goldstein (receiver), Kidwell (tight end), Nestor (quarterback), Mike Callaway (kicker).

Other first-team selections on offense were Moorefield's Brandon Riggleman (offensive line), East Hardy's Wyatt Basye (offensive line), East Hardy's (offensive line), Moorefield's Mike Pultz (fullback), East Hardy's Levi Beck (running back), Pendleton County's Logan Raines (running back), East Hardy's Cole Collier (receiver), East Hardy's Josh Parker (receiver), Moorefield's Lance Taylor (tight end), Moorefield's DaShawn Brown (utility player), East Hardy's Shawn Skovron (quarterback) and Pendleton County's Lance Fliesher (punter).

Other first-team defensive players were Moorefield's Brandon Riggleman (defensive line), East Hardy's Jake Sager (defensive end), East Hardy's Wyatt Basye (inside linebackers), Pendleton County's Daniel Hevener (inside linebacker), Pocahontas County's Devin Rose (inside linebacker), Pendleton County's Logan Raines (outside linebacker), East Hardy's Cole Collier (outside linebacker), East Hardy's Josh Parker (defensive back), East Hardy's Shawn Skovron (defensive back), Moorefield's Lance Taylor (utility player) and East Hardy's Levi Beck (defensive back).

Second-team defensive members for the Mountain Lions were Cory Hanlin, Mikhail Lewis, Spencer Pennington and Zach Armstrong.

Other second-team members on defense were Moorefield's Jackie Burton and Zack Rhodes, East Hardy's Brady Hinkle, Pocahontas County's Spencer McCoy and Kyler Doss,

Tucker County's Zach Armstrong was selected to the second team.

Other second-team members on offense were Pocahontas County's Spencer McCoy, Brandon Hammons, Kyler Doss and Devin Rose, Moorefield's Adam Snyder, Avery Liller, Pendleton County's Levi Hubbard, Tygarts Valley's P.J. Lanham, East Hardy's Jordan Dove and Jake Sager.

Tucker County's honorable mention selections on offense were Lewis and Zach Everly,

Tygarts Valley's Brandon Pritt, Pendleton?County's Danny Vanmeter, Pocahontas County's Ryan Cain, and East Hardy's Zach Godlove and Tyler Smith were also selected to the honorable mention team on the offensive side of the ball.

Tucker County's Austin Zirk and Taylor Zirk were named to the honorable mention defensive team.

Honorable mention defensive players were East Hardy's Zach Godlove and Moorefield's Tyheim Franklin.

 
 

 

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