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2018 DI All-State Teams

PostPosted: Thu Jan 03, 2019 9:40 am
by Leman Saunders
2018 Texas Six-Man Coaches' Association
DI All-State Team

Six-Man Coach of the Year 1) Clint Linman Mclean
Six-Man Player of the Year 1) Ben Crockett JR Mclean
Newcomer of the Year 1) Rory Bustamante SO May

1st Team
OFFENSE


Offensive M.V.P. 1) Taron Smith SR Milford


Tight Ends 1)Zach Brunett SR Garden City 2) Karter Morris SR Aspermont


Wide Receivers 1) Bradley Hannon SR Mclean 2) River Scudday SR Union Hill


Center 1) Kater Tate SR Mclean


Spread Center 1) Jashon Brooks JR Milford


Quarterback 1) Skylar Hayes SR Coolidge


Running Backs 1) Keelon Caffey SR Union Hill 2) Amando Alegra Sr Garden City


Full Back 1) Colt Mallory SR Union Hill


Spreadback 1) Cayden Mann SR Mclean


Utility Back 1) Hunter Williams SO Leakey


Kicker 1) Camden Edwards JR Borden County


Special Teams Player 1) Devin Williams SR Zephyr


1st Team
DEFENSE



Defensive M.V.P. 1) Chism Henderson SR Mclean


Noseguard 1) Ricky Pendleton JR Milford


Defensive Linemen 1) Corbin Schrotke SR Milford 2) Jacob Watson SO Mclean 3) Taylor Pannell SR Leakey


Linebackers 1) Cesar Chavez SR Garden City 2) Marcos Mendoza SR Balmorhea


Cornerbacks 1) Daniel Salinas SR May 2) Kason Vigil SR White Deer


Safeties 1) Hagan Halfmann SR Garden City 2) Justice Fischer SR Gorman


Utility Player 1) Dalton Abshire JR Mclean


Punter 1) Jeremiah Marwitz SR Evant


2nd Team
OFFENSE


Tight Ends 1) Riley Griffith SR Union Hill 2) Quinton Mullan JR Sterling City


Wide Receivers 1) Mason Mooney SO White Deer 2) Colby Clinkscales SO Blum


Center 1) Raul Almazan SR Garden City


Spread Center 1) Braxxton Kirkland FR Rankin


Quarterback 1) Trae Jost SR Garden City


Running Backs 1) Anthony Coy JR Ira 2) Jordan Brown SR Coolidge


Full Back 1) Trace Lackey SR Leakey


Spreadback 1) Jackson Hisel SR Ropes


Utility Back 1) Wyatt Sisco JR Sterling City 2) Rowdy Bradley JR Aspermont


Kicker 1) Jackson Rainer JR Mclean


Special Teams Player 1) Payton Merket SR Borden County


DEFENSE


Noseguard 1) Cesar Montelongo JR Gorman


Defensive Linemen 1) Zane Allen SR Borden County 2) Blain Garza JR Blum 3) Aaron Mendoza JR Balmorhea


Linebackers 1) Hunter Wall SR Nueces Canyon 2) Nathaniel Van Dijk JR Nazareth


Cornerbacks 1) JW Nix SR Borden County 2) Anthony Lopez SR Jonesboro


Safeties 1) Zack Winder SR Aquilla 2) Calen Fouts SR Rankin


Utility Player 1) Hunter McMillian JR Garden City


Punter 1) Jonny Stone SR Savoy

Honorable Mentions:
Offense


Tight End

Coltin Gonzales Jr. Blum

Karson Valentine Jr Ira

JT Warren SR Gorman

Trever Sellers SR Jonesboro

Wide Receiver

Pake Partington JR Ropes

Ethan Saucedo SR Eden

Jayton Warren SR Robert Lee

Center

Luke Batts Jr Union Hill

Jordan Short Jr Nueces Canyon

Spread Center

Daniel Mendoza SR Robert Lee

Quarterback

Nathan Goodwin Jr. Ira

Hunter Rogers So. Eden

Running Back

Junior Madera JR Gorman

Victor Contreas JR Nueces Canyon

Fullback

Spreadback

JB Brice JR Newcastle

Ethan Hightower SO Evant

Utility Back

Jacob Felan Sr Aquilla

Kicker

Harley Martindale Jr Blum

Roy Schexnieder Sr Nueces Canyon

Special Teams Player

Steven Howard Jr Paducah

Defense

NG

Defensive Line

Desmond Flemons SR Paducah

Drake Damron JR White Deer

Daniel Mendoza SR Robert Lee

Linebacker

Jake Popowski JR Savoy

Bryce Petree SR Gorman

Cornerback

Jack Morshead JR Leakey

Safety

Brantley Murray JR Union Hill

Hunter Warminski SO White Deer

Utility Player

Omar Aquillon SR Union Hill

Punter

Zerick Lee SR Klondike

Gabriel Daniel SR Rotan

Re: 2018 DI All-State Teams

PostPosted: Thu Jan 03, 2019 10:04 am
by obagain
Man, 10 interceptions on the year and scoring 3 tds in the state game against McLean and doesn’t even get an honorable mention?

Re: 2018 DI All-State Teams

PostPosted: Thu Jan 03, 2019 10:48 am
by Leman Saunders
PS: I am not responsible for names being spelled wrong, I pulled this directly from the coaches associations' website here:
http://www.tsmca6.com/

Re: 2018 DI All-State Teams

PostPosted: Thu Jan 03, 2019 1:09 pm
by pistol
obagain wrote:Man, 10 interceptions on the year and scoring 3 tds in the state game against McLean and doesn’t even get an honorable mention?

So do you want offense or defense? And they pick from the all region 1st teams , so ifwhoever you’re talking about wasn’t on there they won’t be all state

Re: 2018 DI All-State Teams

PostPosted: Thu Jan 03, 2019 1:27 pm
by obagain
Damyan woodward from Milford.
He had 10 interceptions and caught 3 tds against Melaney in the state championship.

Re: 2018 DI All-State Teams

PostPosted: Thu Jan 03, 2019 2:15 pm
by crawford
Guess he wasn’t quite good enough

Re: 2018 DI All-State Teams

PostPosted: Thu Jan 03, 2019 2:17 pm
by MilfordInsider
Damyan Woodward is definitely the best Receiver in class 1A. He may be the best safety too, he missed 4 games and caught 10 Ints...
This is the 2nd year in a row milford has gotten screwed in All State votes

Re: 2018 DI All-State Teams

PostPosted: Thu Jan 03, 2019 2:18 pm
by MilfordInsider
crawford wrote:Guess he wasn’t quite good enough

He torched Strawn and McLean...

Re: 2018 DI All-State Teams

PostPosted: Thu Jan 03, 2019 2:50 pm
by Redraider092
MilfordInsider wrote:Damyan Woodward is definitely the best Receiver in class 1A. He may be the best safety too, he missed 4 games and caught 10 Ints...
This is the 2nd year in a row milford has gotten screwed in All State votes


Using only the state championship game as a measurement he would be a candidate as a WR and not a DB. In that game he was a very soft in tackling and was a primary reason McLean pulled off some big runs. Go back and watch the game film you'll see numerous times he could have made the tackle if he would have wrapped up rather than try and throw a shoulder at the runner and miss on most occasions. A glancing shoulder isn't going to bring the bigger runners of McLean down. Again, this is using this one game as the measurement only. I'm certain he was effective as a DB in many other Milford games but, just like most other season awards, the award and honor is not won or lost from one game. It's an accumulation of the entire season. I guarantee you Crockett did not win his Player of the Year award only because of his performance in the state championship game. I suspect missing the 4 regular season games (40% of the schedule) prevented him from being considered.

Re: 2018 DI All-State Teams

PostPosted: Thu Jan 03, 2019 3:13 pm
by MilfordInsider
I understand where you are coming from. Here’s my take, the kids first game was vs Strawn and he had close to 100 yards receiving, against coolidge he had over 100 yards and 2 TDs, then against Union Hill he caught 4 INTs. Then in the state game he had 3 TDs with 131 yards Rec. This kid missed 40% of the regular season and still finished the season with 10 interceptions. The kid had an amazing season, and is definitely the best receiver in class 1A and can make a very strong case for the best safety also. Jmo

Re: 2018 DI All-State Teams

PostPosted: Thu Jan 03, 2019 4:04 pm
by oldfolks
Milford Insider, you can’t keep quite and you and Obagain need to let it be known where you get your info. End of Regular Season Stats, in nine games this kid had “four” interceptions. In nine games. He is not listed for receptions or anything else I saw. Hope I didn’t miss anything. There were six that had more than four and eleven that had at least four interceptions. You two guys have tunnel vision so bad that you probably wouldn’t know anyone except Milford if the other school fell on top of you. I saw about 25 six-man games this year and Milford is not the only team in the state. You two need to meet every day at the local coffee shop and vent your frustrations to each other. Please stay out of the bars, you might think you can whip someone and get hurt. Obagain, I did comment on the thoughts that you asked me to. '

Re: 2018 DI All-State Teams

PostPosted: Thu Jan 03, 2019 6:23 pm
by tdog5344
obagain wrote:Man, 10 interceptions on the year and scoring 3 tds in the state game against McLean and doesn’t even get an honorable mention?


Always excuses. Always the victim just remember that mentality becomes the Norm!!!! Pass on something better to those boys than poor Me!!

Re: 2018 DI All-State Teams

PostPosted: Thu Jan 03, 2019 9:16 pm
by obagain
Excuses? Watch the state game, on the 52 yard td that was a 5 yard pass and both the Crockett and the defensive mvp had an angle on him but neither touched him, he flat out ran them.
He had 4 int in 6 games in the regular season and 6 in the playoffs.
Name another kid who had 4 int in a playoff game.
That’s ok though, I will look for all those McLean kids at the state track meet in Austin, I guarantee Damyan will be there for the third year in a row.

Re: 2018 DI All-State Teams

PostPosted: Thu Jan 03, 2019 9:28 pm
by BigFan22
obagain wrote:Excuses? Watch the state game, on the 52 yard td that was a 5 yard pass and both the Crockett and the defensive mvp had an angle on him but neither touched him, he flat out ran them.
He had 4 int in 6 games in the regular season and 6 in the playoffs.
Name another kid who had 4 int in a playoff game.
That’s ok though, I will look for all those McLean kids at the state track meet in Austin, I guarantee Damyan will be there for the third year in a row.


Maybe McLean will let him hold their ring?

Re: 2018 DI All-State Teams

PostPosted: Thu Jan 03, 2019 9:45 pm
by MilfordInsider
Me tunnel vision? No sir. I watched a ton of sixman games this year and the majority of them weren’t Milford games. I’ve seen Balmorhea, Garden City, Strawn, Oakwood, Iredell, Calvert, Follett, Borden County, all play this year alone.
Seriously Damyan Woodward is one of the best athletes in the state, and I think the fastest football player I seen this season. Definite 1st Team All State Wr and at least HM all state Safety.