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Lawrence County players named to 6-4A All District Team

Six Lawrence County football players were named to the 6-4A All District Team and six more players were named to the 6-4A all district second team.

Senior tight end Marcus Atterberry was named 6-4A tight end of the year. Atterberry was a reliable receiving option for the Cougars with 37 catches for 521 yards and five touchdowns on the season.

Senior linebacker Azar Myles was named 6-4A linebacker of the year. Myles was all over the field for the Cougars this season was the anchor of the defense. Myles totaled 145 tackles on the season, averaged 12.1 tackleds per game, had one interception and two fumble recoveries on the season.

Quarterback Charl’Tez Nunnery and running back Quitten Brown headlined the list of Cougars that made the All District Team. Both were major threats on the ground all season with Brown totaling 852 rushing yards on the season and 13 total touchdowns and Nunnery rushing for 938 yards and nine touchdowns. Nunnery was also a big threat though the air, throwing for 1,458 yards on the season with 17 touchdown passes. Also making the all district team was senior wide receiver Kemarcus Brown, senior defensive tackle Oliver Moreman, senior wide receiver and defensive back AJ Mclaurin and senior offensive lineman Corbin Lewis.

Headlining the 6-4A all district second team was free safety and kicker Gage White, junior safety and wide receiver Kendarious Feazell, sophomore defensive back Ahmad Brown, sophomore defensive back Jerome Dudley, junior running back and linebacker Brandon Bullock and senior tight end and defensive end Drew Nelson.