KDMC recognizes local/area athletesPublished 1:52pm Thursday, December 19, 2013
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King’s Daughter Medical Center held a football athletic banquet for all local/area players that were recognized as the KDMC player of the week during the 2013 football season at KDMC Performance Center.
David Culpepper opened the ceremony by welcoming everyone to the banquet. He also gave thanks to Broma’s and their helpers for their hard work on cooking the meal.
After the meal, Culpepper announced the offensive and defensive awards winners from Week One to Week 12. KDMC Athletic Trainer Lee Dunaway handed out each award to the winners.
Brookhaven’s Fred Trevillion and Jeremy Blackwell of Bogue Chitto received the highest honors at the banquet as they were selected as the Offensive and Defensive Players of the Year. Trevillion captured the offensive award with a total of 1,668 yards passing and 650 yards rushing. Blackwell earned the defensive award with 167 total tackles, which average 14 tackles per game.
In week one of the season, Hayden Davis of Lawrence County was recognized as the offensive player with 14-of-18 passing for 260 yards and three touchdowns. Jeremy Blackwell of Bogue Chitto was selected as the defensive player with 12 tackles.
In week two, Ole Brook’s offensive line, which includes Anthony Wilson, Josh Cole, Keefa Nelson, Jared Dillon and Stephen Springfield, received offensive honors with 208 rushing yards, 164 passing for a total of 372 yards. Loyd Star’s La’Treall Smith captured the defensive honors with 10 tackles.
In week three, Bogue Chitto’s senior quarterback Brock Roberts won the offensive award with nine of 26 passing for 231 yards and four touchdown. He also had 21 carries for 169 yards. Brookhaven Academy’s Bailey Warren and Brookhaven’s Ty Hill were selected as co-defensive players. Warren had eight tackles and an interception. Hill had 11 tackles.
In week four, Ken Boyd of Brookhaven was selected as the offensive player with 13 carries for 132 yards. Brookhaven’s Jermone Kelly also claimed the offensive honors with 19 carries for 125 yards. Tyler Moak of West Lincoln won the defensive award with 13 tackles.
In week five, Wesson quarterback Tyler Christmas captured the offensive honors with 19 carries for 144 yards and one touchdown. Defensively, Kayin Perkins of Bogue Chitto was honored with seven tackles and a fumble recovery.
In week six, Brookhaven Academy’s Heath Hickman was selected as the offensive player with 13-of-17 for 196 yards passing and two touchdowns. BC’s Jeremy Blackwell captured his second defensive player of the week with 12 tackles.
In week seven, BHS’s Ken Boyd secured his second straight offensive honors with 18 carries for 169 yards. Defensively, Jackson Cole of Enterprise won the honors with 12 tackles and a forced fumble.
In week eight, Bogue Chitto ruled the offensive and defensive players of the week as Roberts claimed his second offensive awards and Blackwell earned his third straight defensive prize.
In week nine, Copiah Academy’s Syrshawn Fitch won the offensive honors with 20 carries for 138 yards and one touchdown. He also caught two passes for 95 yards and a touchdown. Defensively, Loyd Star’s Peyton Flowers was selected with 13 tackles.
In week 10, Tre’ McDaniel captured the offensive honors with 26 carries for 193 yards. He also had three receptions for 48 yards and two touchdowns. Thomas Weeks of West Lincoln brought home the defensive honors with 14 tackles and two forced fumbles.
In week 11, Brookhaven’s Fred Trevillion won offensive honors with nine carries for 90 yards and two touchdowns on the ground, while completing six-of-10 passes for 90 yards and a touchdown. Defensively, Flowers pick up his second straight award with 20 tackles and a fumble recovery.
In week 12, Trevillion captured his second straight offensive honors in back-to-back weeks with 13 rushes for 241 yards and three touchdowns. He also completed six-of-10 passes for 96 yards and a touchdown. Loyd Star’s Flowers earned his third defensive title with 18 tackles.