Posted Date: 12/10/2020
Junior Contreal Judkins won the most valuable player award to lead Fannindel in the District 10-1A-II six-man football honors for 2020.
Junior Jaquadrian Scott received the offensive MVP honor and senior Dayton Dunbar garnered the defensive MVP for Fannindel, an 11-1 State quarterfinalist and undefeated district champion this fall.
Head coach Gabe Lane along with assistants Erik Pevey and Xavier Brown earned the district's coaching superlative after guiding the Falcons to the school's deepest postseason football run since 1988's State semifinals trip.
Fannindel players also mostly populated the first-team offense and defense.
First-team offensive recipients included: senior Jawaylon Shaw and sophomore Tahj McGee as tight ends; senior Branden Dillehay at center; sophomore Jabari Dowdy at quarterback; freshman Kemonte Cuba at fullback; senior Dayton Dunbar as a utility back; and senior Stephan Olsen as a special teams player.
First-team defensive selections were freshman Kazion Dugan as a cornerback; senior Christopher Jordan at nose guard; Shaw and Dowdy as linemen; Cuba as a safety; and Scott as a utility player.
Second-team selections included: senior Toby Childress at tight end; freshman Edgar Lopez as a wide receiver; sophomore Richard Juarez at nose guard; and junior Ivan Lopez as a lineman.
Honorable mention recipients were freshman Ashton Smith at center and Lucas Moreland as a defensive lineman for Fannindel, which will remain in 10-1A-II in 2021 with Forestburg, Gold-Burg and Trinidad for district football.