Eagles Dominate All- District Selections
Lexington captured a large majority of the MVP football recognitions, and placed the rest on the other teams. Leading the selections were codistrict MVPs Logan Meuth and Jason Washington. The offensive MVP for the district was Kogan Garrett. The defensive MVP was Tyler Meyer. Offensive Newcomer of the year was Miles Hannigan. Eagle Coach Jason Holcomb was chosen as Coach of the Year.
The Co- District MVPs led the team in several categories. Washington led the team in interceptions with six, passing yardage with 781, and touchdown receptions with nine. Washington’s longest pass reception was 73 yards. Logan Meuth led in pass receptions with 34, the longest being 60 yards against Rogers. Meuth also was one of the team’s leading tacklers on defense.
Garrett was the leading passer in the district, and was a rushing threat also. Garrett rushed for 735 yards and passed for 2,304, for a total of 3,039 yards.
Selected to the first team defense were: Ray Gardner and Colt Sunvison as linemen. Todd Glass and Oscar Sauceda were selected as defensive ends. Eriq Mitchell and Kevin Letbetter were selected as safeties, and Corey Strain was chosen as a cornerback.
Selected to the first team offense were: Chase Hibbeler and Jacob Werner as linemen, Cash Flot and Eriq Mitchell as running backs, London Jacob, Zach Lay, and W.E. Meuth as receivers.
Eagles selected to the second team defense were: Chase Hibbeler as a lineman, Jamyon Scott as a cornerback, Zach Lay as a linebacker, and Bradley Campbell as a defensive end.
Eagles selected to the second team offense included: Christian Green, Martin Solis, Jakob Moreland, and Kevin Pate as offensive linemen; Nate Holcomb was chosen as a tight end.