Class 1A-2A All-Calhoun County football team
by Brandon Miller
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Lucas Ford

Pleasant Valley

Sr., 5-11, 165, QB

Noteworthy: Ford shined in every way offensively and on special teams. He accounted for 1,917 all-purpose yards, including 981 passing, 576 rushing and 360 in returns. Ford scored 13 touchdowns.

Chantz Goodman


Sr., 5-6, 165, RB

Noteworthy: Goodman finished an incredible career with a team-leading 1,191 yards and 15 touchdowns. He has made the all-Calhoun County team three times and is this season's 1A-2A player of the year.

Kevin Mixon


Jr., 5-6, 165, RB

Noteworthy: Mixon provided another punch in the Panthers’ wing-T. He finished the season with 1,102 yards and nine touchdowns, adding 186 receiving yards for two more scores.

Drew Lewiski

Pleasant Valley

Jr., 5-10, 170, RB

Noteworhty: Lewiski was the premier back for the Raiders, but did a little of everything. He rushed for 1,214 yards, had 240 receiving yards and 425 yards in returns. He scored 18 touchdowns.

Kris Armprester

Jacksonville Christian

Jr., 6-2, 161, WR

Noteworthy: Armprester was the favorite target in the JCA passing game. He had a team-leading 54 catches for 1,323 yards and 13 touchdowns. He had 1,644 all-purpose yards on the year.

Dustin Andrews

Pleasant Valley

Sr., 6-5, 220, TE

Noteworthy: Andrews bullied opponents all year long. Along with recording 12 pancake blocks, he had a team-leading 430 receiving yards and six touchdowns.

Jaleel Burton


Sr., 5-10, 275, OL

Noteworthy: Burton led the way for the Panthers’ offensive line, which had four new starters. He finished the season grading out at 81 percent, recording 21 pancake blocks.

Hunter Barclay


Jr., 6-3, 275, OL

Noteworthy: Barclay was the biggest contributor on the Indians' offensive line. He recorded 46 pancake blocks in nine games.

Axis Heathcock


Jr., 6-5, 203, OL

Noteworthy: Heathcock was a huge force on both sides of the ball for Donoho. Along with being the best offensive lineman, he recorded 115 tackles, forced three fumbles and intercepted a pass.

Jared Colvin

Pleasant Valley

Sr., 5-11, 240, OL

Noteworthy: Colvin started 52 straight games for the Raiders and for good reason. He was a lead block and recorded 16 pancake blocks.

Jacob Harrelson

Pleasant Valley

Sr., 6-0, 220, OL

Noteworthy: Harrelson was a big player on the line for the Raiders and led Pleasant Valley with seven spring blocks.

Chris Carr


Sr., 6-0, 185, ATH

Noteworthy: Carr put on a show weekly for the Falcons, finishing the season with 1,330 rushing yards and 986 passing yards, which led the team in each category. He scored a combined 30 touchdowns.

Mitchell Baker


Fr., 5-9, 170, P/K

Noteworthy: Baker had a strong leg for the Falcons, averaging 44.2 yards on kickoffs. The underclassman also averaged 34.8 yard per point.


Corri Tignor


Jr., 6-2, 185, DL

Noteworthy: Tignor made a statement on both sides of the ball, finishing the year with 48 tackles, four sacks and two forced fumbles. He also had 337 receiving yards and three touchdowns.

D.J. Rhoden


Soph., 5-8, 165, DL

Noteworthy: Rhoden was a physical player on each side of the ball. He had 68 tackles, forced a fumble and recovered two while also playing fullback on offense.

Jordan Montgomery


Fr., 6-1, 165, DL

Noteworthy: Youth didn’t hold Montgomery back. He finished the season with 68 tackles and two forced fumbles.

R.J. Simpson

Pleasant Valley

Jr., 5-11, 220, DL

Noteworthy: Simpson only played five of seven games for the Raiders, but had a huge impact. He recorded 24 tackles (13 solo) and had four sacks and three tackles for a loss.

Tristan Allen


Sr., 5-9, 185, LB

Noteworthy: Along with playing well at running back, Allen stood out defensively. He recorded 75 tackles for the Indians, including 12 for a loss.

Samuel Garner


Jr., 5-9, 175, LB

Noteworthy: Garner led the defense at linebacker. He recorded 115 tackles and recovered two fumbles for the Falcons.

Justin Foster


Jr., 6-3, 230, LB

Noteworthy: Foster played well on each side of the ball, using his size as a weapon. He had 90 tackles, three forced fumbles and an interception. On offense, he rushed for 615 yards and seven scores.

Tyler Morales

Jacksonville Christian

Sr., 5-11, 183, LB

Noteworthy: Morales made a statement as a linebacker/defensive line hybrid. He finished the season with 64 solo tackles and had one sack.

Devron Taylor


Sr., 5-10, 165, DB

Noteworthy: Taylor broke onto the scene just in time to finish the year with 107 tackles and four interceptions. He also forced two fumbles and recovered one.

Daylon Brackett

Jacksonville Christian

Jr., 6-4, 186, DB

Noteworthy: Although Brackett was a superstar offensively, he also made more than 50 tackles on defense and had several interceptions. He finished the season with 3,584 all-purpose yards and 37 touchdowns.

Robbie Tucker


Sr., 5-9, 160, DB

Noteworthy: Tucker showed athleticism on both sides of the ball, finishing the season with 42 tackles and two forced fumbles. He also had 164 receiving yards.

Hunter Carr

Pleasant Valley

Sr., 5-11, 160, DB

Noteworthy: Carr had a good year in the secondary for the Raiders. He recorded 28 tackles and intercepted two passes.

Landon Machristie


Jr., 6-1, 205, ATH

Noteworthy: Machristie continued punishing opponents as a junior. He had a team-high 119 tackles, adding two interceptions, three forced fumbles and a recovery. He also threw for 903 yards and eight scores at quarterback.

Honorable mention

Ohatchee – Quin Williams, Kole Stephens; Donoho – Kevin Carr, Ben Myrik, Dalton Martin; Pleasant Valley – Nick O’Dell, Nick Deerman, Dalton Bean, Austin Pariss; Jacksonville Christian – Cody Blohm, Will Parris, Dakota Crook, Thomas Orms; Wellborn – Dakota Gravitt, Tyler Lewis, Drake Cebrain, Jeremiah Farmer, Jake Thrasher.
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