CCHS Players, Coaches Receive District 8-AA Football Awards
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Cannon County football players and coaches have collected a number of awards following their District 8-AA championship season.

Quarterback Lee Cooper was named the Co Offensive MVP, along with Livingston Academy's Brannon McCoin.

The Lions' Embry Mills was selected the top defensive lineman in District 8-AA, and Andrew Woodin the No. 1 defensive back. Tight end Heath Simons was also voted the best at his position.

First-year head coach Joel Schrenk garnered Coach of the Year honors in 8-AA, while Eddie Cunningham of CCHS earned the top offensive assistant coach honor.

The Lions finished the regular season with a 6-4 record and earned their first playoff berth since 1995.

The list of 8-AA honorees follows:

MVP - Hunter Poteet - DeKalb
Co Offensive MVP - Lee Cooper, CCHS and Brannon McCoin, L.A.
Defensive MVP - Tyrell Asbury - York
LB - Matt Brown - York
DL - Emby Mills - CCHS
DB - Andrew Woodin - CCHS
OL - Daniel Miller - L.A
RB - Paul Daniels - L.A.
TE - Heath Simons - CCHS
WR - Abram Edwards - Dekalb
QB - Brandon Johnston - Smith
Punter - Caleb Robichaud - Upperman
Kicker - Blake Richmond - Smith
Return Specialist - Anthiny Williams - York
Def. Asst. Coach - Vic Wheaton - York
Off. Asst. Coach - Eddie Cunningham - CCHS
Coach of the Year - Joel Schrenk - CCHS
1st Team from CCHS:

Daniel Woodin
Gabe Walkup
Andy Agee
Bryant Hare
Cesar Wilson
Damon Collette
2nd Team from CCHS:

Thomas Stone
Patrick Gerdes
Tyler Jacobs
Jared Melton

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