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December 9, 2013

Claremore’s Webster tabbed 5A-4 Special Teams Player of Year

CLAREMORE — Claremore senior wide receiver Caleb Webster capped off his final year of high school football with the District 5A-4 Special Teams Player of the Year award.

Webster — in 11 games — finished second on the team in kickoff returns behind junior wide receiver/defensive back Dustin Basks with 12 for 227 yards.

The All-District honors, voted on by the coaches, are presented to seniors only.

Collinsville’s Kevin Jones was named the district coach of the year after leading the Cardinals to the Class 5A state semifinals.

Central quarterback DeAngelo Brewer earned the district player of the year.

Collinsville quarterback Zane McElroy was named the  offensive player of the year, while Pryor’s Alex McCammon was tabbed the defensive player of the year.

Claremore’s Hunter Garroutte and Gage Meisinger received injured players recognition; and Central’s Edwin Price earned Special Recognition honors.

The first team honors went to the following:

QB: David Dick, Tahlequah; Jake Spychalski, Grove.

RB: Caleb Wheeler, Coweta.

WR: Quantel Givens, East Central; T.J. Johnson, Collinsville; D.C. Pitts, East Central; Kourt McMillian, Tahlequah.

TE: Kent Graham, Coweta; Kenaan Hamilton, Collinsville.

OL: John McQueen, Claremore; Will Stover, Pryor; Charlie Lemons, Tahlequah; Clark Stunkard, Coweta; Cole Keim, Collinsville.

DL: Wesley Rivas, Tahlequah; Jordan Williams, Pryor; Austin White, East Central; Parker Brown, Collinsville.

LB: Colton Wright, Tahlequah; Conner Dickey, Grove; Tristan Butcher, Coweta; Kyle Goforth, Pryor.

DB: D.J. Daniels, Central; Dylan Cook, Collinsville; Taylor Kegley, Pryor; Brandon Conrad, Tahlequah.

Honorable mention honors went to the following Claremore players: Tyler Haysler, OL; Christian McCulley, DL; Kelby Haulmark, OL; Dalton Flowers, OL; Dhalton Horsman, DL and Brinley Brown, QB.

In 11 games, Brown finished the season with 91 completions in 192 attempts for 1,641 yards and 15 touchdowns with 13 interceptions.

Brown’s first full season as the Zebras’ starting quarterback led Claremore to a third-place finish in District 5A-4 and a berth in the first round of the playoffs.

On the ground, Brown also had 56 carries for 18 yards and four touchdowns.

 

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