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Several Player Picked All-Ohio In D-5 and 6

Story By: Jeff Alan



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  Original Published: 11/29/2012

Division Five and Six football All-Ohioans wer announced late Wednesday with four coming out of the NCC.  From Col.Crawford, defensive back Alex Hetzel who also doubled as a wide receiver was a second team pick.  Temmate Coty Coffman was third team and running back Spencer Tackett was also a third team selection.  Those three players helped the Eagles to an 8-3 finish and the school's first ever playoff appearance.  Rounding out the All-Ohio NCC players was Wynford's Garrett Shutler who doubled as a linebacker and running back in helping the Royals to a 9-3 finish and the team's eighth straight playoff appearance.

Hillsdale had four earn All-Ohio honors.  Falcons running back Corgin Mager, defensive end Ryan Bee, offensive lineman Brooke Switzer and linebacker Kevin Cline as Hillsdale would finish at 7-4 advancing to the playoffs.

Loudonville placed three on the list.  The Redbidrs Ryan Weber at linebacker, offensive lineman Austin Cary and running back Kolton Edmonson helped the 'Birds to an 8-3 finish and the post season.  

Fredericktown put two on the list, one on the first team in Division Five in linebacker Logan Smith.  Teammate and tight end Curtis Carpenter also made the grade for the 5-5 Freddies.

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