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Tygers Begin To Pick Up Post Season Awards

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 11/22/2013

After Mansfield Senior finished one of the best seasons in school history at 11-1, Tyger football coach Chioke Bradley was named Northwest District Division II Co-Coach of the Year with Lima Senior's Mike Fell. Bradley helped guide the Tygers to their second consecutive OCC championship and second straight trip to the playoffs with the school's first 10-0 regular season. Mansfield Senior's Chek Washington was also named Offensive Player of the Year. In 12 games this season Washington caught 67 passes for 1,190 yards and ten touchdowns. Teammate Antonio Sanderfer was named lineman of the year with 86 tackles total in 12 games, 25 tackles for loss. In Division VI, Colonel Crawford head coach Ryan Teglovic was named NW District Coach of the Year in guiding the Eagles to a 9-1 regular season and helping Colonel Crawford to their second consecutive trip to the playoffs and first home playoff game. Also from the area, named All-Northeast Inland Division V Defensive Player of the Year was Loudonville two-way starter Ryan Weber. Hillsdale's Ryan Bee picked up the same honor for the Falcons in Division VI. And in Division VII, Mapleton head coach Robert Mahaney was named Northeast Inland Coach of the Year for guiding the Mounties to their second ever trip to the OHSAA playoffs, first in over 20 years with a regular season record of 6-4.

   
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