Magee takes top honors


All Southwest District team released

Ben Robinson/GoBuccs.com Covington defensive lineman Brandon Magee strips the ball earlier this season. Magee was named Southwest District Division VII Defensive Player of the Year.


Covington defensive lineman Brandon Magee took top honors on the All-Southwest District football team released recently.

Magee was named the D-VII Defense Player of the Year.

In Division I, Deshaunte Jones of Cincinnati Colerain was Offensive Player of the Year, while Tobias Gilliam of Wayne was the Defensive Player of the Year.

Tom Bolden of Cincinnati Colerain was named Coach of the Year.

In Division II, Jeremy Larkin of Cincinnati LaSalle was named Offensive Player of the Year, while Jerron Cage of Winton Woods was named Defensive Player of the Year.

Trace Smitherman of Stebbins was named Coach of the Year.

In Division III, David Montgomery of Mounty Healthy was named Offensive Player of the Year, while Roland Walder of Trotwood-Madison was named Defensive Player of the Year.

Tippecanoe coach Joel Derge was named Coach of the Year.

In Division III, Piqua had two players named to the first team.

Junior Darien Tipps-Clemons was named to the first team at running back and junior defensive tackle Tristen Cox was also named to the first team.

Named to the second team for Piqua were junior tight end Nathan Monnin and senior defensive back Alex Nees.

In Division IV, Reed Aichholz of Cincinnati Indian Hill was named Offensive Player of the Year and Ben Hinton of Middletown Fenwick was named Defensive Player of the Year.

Joe Snively of Middletown Fenwick was named Coach of the Year.

In Division V, Johnny Noyenof Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy was named Offensive Player of the Year, while Prince Sammons of Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy was named Defensive Player of the Year.

Mike Hetrick of Brookville was named Coach of the Year.

In Division V, Versailles senior running back Collin Peters was named to the first team.

Versailles players named to the second team included senior offensive lineman Kyle Gigandet, senior defensive lineman Gavin Mills, junior linebacker Jonny Moorman and senior defensive back Corey Dieringer.

Eric Knapke was named honorable mention for the Tigers.

In Division VI, Kaleb Romero of Mechanicsburg was named Offensive Player of the Year and Dylan Hartley of Mechanicsburg was named Defensive Player of the Year.

Mechanicsburg coach Kurt Forrest was named Coach of the Year.

Miami East players named to the first team in D-VI included offensive lineman Ben Ferguson, senior running back Kurt Brower and senior linebacker Caden Hellyer.

Miami East senior defensive lineman Braxton Donaldson was named to the second team, while Logan May was named honorable mention.

Joining Magee as honorees on the D-VII team was Offensive Player of the Year Connor Cotterman of Riverside and Riverside coach Tim McGill, who was Coach of the Year.

Joining Magee on the first team D-VII were Covington senior quarterback Jared Williams, Lehman senior quarterback Stephen Monnin, Lehman sophomore defensive back Owen Smith and Bradford senior offensive lineman Bailey Powell.

Named honorable mention was Lehman’s Ian Smith.

Ben Robinson/GoBuccs.com Covington defensive lineman Brandon Magee strips the ball earlier this season. Magee was named Southwest District Division VII Defensive Player of the Year.
http://dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_brandon_magee.jpgBen Robinson/GoBuccs.com Covington defensive lineman Brandon Magee strips the ball earlier this season. Magee was named Southwest District Division VII Defensive Player of the Year.
All Southwest District team released
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