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Aubrey Football Holds Annual Team Banquet
The Aubrey football team celebrated its accomplishments at its annual banquet on Monday, Jan. 7. The Chaparrals advanced to the playoffs for the fourth consecutive year.
“A 3-8 record doesn’t sound exciting but you have to peel back the layers,” Aubrey football coach Keith Ivy said. “We fought through adversity early on but continued to improve throughout the season. We found a way to win district games and get in the playoffs. In the 47-year history of Aubrey football, this is the first time that we have had four consecutive Aubrey teams make the playoffs.”
Twenty Chaparrals were named all-district, including five first-team honorees. Austin McCallion was named defensive line MVP, while Jackson Jennings received defensive sophomore of the year honros.
“Having 14 academic all-district and eight academic all-state honorees as well as a Burlsworth National Sportsmanship and Character winner, proves that the success didn’t just happen on the field and during competition,” Ivy said.
Jacan Farmer was one of 107 football players in the state to be named to the THSCA Academic All-State Elite team. THSCA Academic All-State Teams recognize high school athletes who excel in the following categories: GPA, class rank and ACT/SAT score.
Luke Sciba received the Burlsworth National Sportsmanship and Character award. The Aubrey football team has had a player receive this honor each of the last four years.
Luke also received overall team MVP honors. More than a dozen Aubrey players received team honors at the banquet.
The Chaps finished the season with a record of 3-8. Aubrey advanced to the bi-district championship game for the fourth straight year.
Aubrey Football Banquet Awards
Top Offensive Lineman-Jacan Farmer
Top Back - Jaxon Holder
Top Wide Receiver - Grayson Larson
Top Defensive Lineman - Wilson Odimba
Top Linebacker - Jose Noyola
Top Defensive Back -Jackson Jennings
Offensive MVP - Kye Ranton
Defensive MVP- Austin McCallion
Special Teams MVP - Landon Stewart
Fighting Heart Award- Angel Monreal, Trayce Hopkin, Jameison Bufford
Overall MVP - Luke Sciba
Chaparral Award- Jacob Millican, Brenden Hough and Jason Freestone
Rhino Tough Award -Oliver Davis
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