Perkins, McDivitt, Anderson, Roberson, And Samuels Make All-County Football Team

Posted on December 14, 2011 in Fall Sports, Football, Home


Jacob Singer

QB, Eastbrook

6-0, 150, So.

Singer was dangerous with his arm and feet in his first season as the Panther quarterback. He rushed for 1,027 yards and 14 touchdowns. He completed 61 percent of his passes, going 32-for-55 for 609 yards and 11 touchdowns. He finished second in the area in total offense with 1,636 yards. He made the all-Central Indiana Conference first team.

Gavin Pearson

RB, Eastbrook

5-9, 175, Sr.

Pearson set Eastbrook’s single-season rushing record with 1,702 yards and 17 touchdowns and made nine catches for 192 yards and three TDs. Pearson was named to the Indiana Football Coaches Association Class 3A All-State team as a running back and Associated Press 3A all-state team at linebacker. He was named First Team All-CIC.

Marcus Marble

Sr., Marion

5-10, 170, Sr.

Marble helped the Giants set a single-season team record for rushing yards, leading the team with 1,049 rushing yards and 18 touchdowns despite missing two games with a high ankle sprain. He also had 11 catches for 274 yards and one TD. He finished third in the county with 1,655 all-purpose yards.

Blake Carnall

Sr., Mississinewa

5-9, 229, Sr.

Carnall led the Indians with 116 carries for 739 yards and 10 touchdowns. He also had six catches for 144 yards and two touchdowns, and also produced 883 all-purpose yards. Carnall made honorable mention all-CIC.

Matt McDivitt

WR, Oak Hill

5-11, 160, Jr.

McDivitt finished second in the county with 22 catches for 439 yards and three touchdowns. In addition, he amassed 663 return yards and finished with 1,102 all-purpose yards. He was all-CIC first team.

Cedric Presley

WR, Madison-Grant

5-8, 165, Sr.

Although a running back, Presley led the county with 27 catches for 526 yards and seven touchdowns. Presley was second in the area with 177 carries for 1,526 yards and 21 touchdowns. The all-CIC first team player also led the county with 2,835 all-purpose yards and scoring with 174 points.

Nick Armes

OL, Mississinewa

6-0, 228, Sr.

Armes part of an offensive line that helped Mississinewa rush for more than 1,800 yards on the season and allowed quarterback Hontz McCarty to pass for 1,196 yards. A three-year starter, Armes was named to the all-CIC first team.

Chris Duckwall

OL, Eastbrook

6-0, 175, Jr.

Duckwall, one of three Panthers offensive linemen to earn all-county honors, helped Eastbrook rush for 4,223 yards in his first season as a full-time starter. He also was credited with four solo tackles on defense. Duckwall was an all-CIC first team selection on offense.

Seth Gressley

OL, Eastbrook

5-0, 210, Sr.

One of the few returning starters from 2010, Gressley was part an offensive line helped Eastbrook rush for 4,223 yards this season with two 1,000-yard rushers (Pearson, Singer).  Gressley was a two-way starter and had 18 tackles, including 13 solo, on the defensive line. He was named all-CIC first team on offense.

Nathan Holloway

OL, Eastbrook

5-9, 205, Sr.

Another two-way lineman, Holloway anchored the offensive line from his center position and helped the Panthers rush for 4,223 yards this season. Holloway had 61 tackles, 60 of those solo, on the defensive line and was second on the team with 10 tackles for loss. He was honorable mention all-CIC on offense.

Logan Street

OL, Marion

6-3, 275, Jr.

Street was a mainstay on an offensive line that helped the Giants run for a school-record 3,993 yards this season. The Giants rushed for an average of 363 yards and generated 4,689 yards of total offense. Street has played on the varsity since his freshman year and started the past two seasons.

Austin Engle

PK, Madison-Grant

6-0, 175, Jr.

A repeat all-county selection at placekicker, Engle kicked 36 extra points in 48 attempts and converted two field goals to finish with 38 points this season. Engle also started in the defensive secondary for the Argylls and was credited with 39.5 total tackles.


Zac Douglas

DL, Madison-Grant

6-0, 200, Jr.

Playing defensive end, Douglas finished with 38 tackles, 31 of those solo, and was second on the Argylls with 11.5 tackles for loss. Douglas also had two pass break ups. A two-way starting lineman, Douglas was named all-CIC first team on defense.

Tom Roush

DL, Eastbrook

6-6, 230, Sr.

Roush led the Panthers with 14 tackles for loss. He was named to the IFCA Class 3A defensive first team, the second consecutive year he received all-state honors from the coaches.  He finished third on the team with 65 tackles from his nose guard position. Roush was an all-CIC first team selection on defense.

Andrew Wilds

DL, Mississinewa

6-2, 185, Sr.

Wilds finished with 33 solo tackles and ranked second on the Indians with five sacks and eight tackles for loss. He led the team with three fumble recoveries and had one pass deflection. Wilds was an all-CIC first team selection on defense.

Kegan Anderson

LB, Oak Hill

5-10, 190, Jr.

A two-way standout, Anderson finished with 46 tackles for the Golden Eagles. Twelve of those tackles were solo. He was named all-CIC first team on defense. Anderson also rushed for 866 yards and 10 touchdowns.

Shannon Fouce

LB, Marion

5-9, 160, Jr.

Fouce led the Giants with 72.5 tackles, including 55 solo stops. He led Marion with 6.5 tackles for loss, including 2.5 quarterback sacks, forced two forced fumbles and had one pass break up. Fouce also had one interception.

Chris Osborne

Jr., Mississinewa

6-3, 195, Jr.

Osborne was among the state leaders and led the county with 112.5 total tackles. He had 92 solo tackles, including seven tackles for loss, three forced fumbles and one pass deflection. He had one interception, which he returned for a 30-yard touchdown. Osborne was an all-CIC first team defensive player.


Tyler Young

LB, Madison-Grant

6-1, 210, Sr.

An IFCA Class 2A All-State linebacker, Young led the Argylls with 85 tackles, including 64 solo stops. He had a team-high 13 tackles for loss and also tied for the team high with three interceptions. A two-way standout, Young was named all-CIC first team on defense.

Heath Brooksher

DB, Eastbrook

5-9, 160, Jr.

Brooksher finished the season with 35 tackles, including 32 solo stops. He had one tackle for loss and one pass break up. He was named all-CIC first team on defense.

Kevin Davis

DB, Marion

6-0, 185, Sr.

The Giants’ quarterback also was a contributor on defense and finished the season with 19.5 tackles, with 19 of those solo. He had one interception and one pass breakup as part of the Giant defensive backfield. Davis also produced 1,059 total offensive yards, ran for four touchdowns and threw eight TD passes.

Grant Perkins

DB, Oak Hill

6-2, 195, Sr.

Perkins led the Eagles and was second in the area with 104.5 tackles, including 93 solo tackles. Perkins also had one tackle for loss and four pass break ups. He had a team-high four forced fumbles and also had one interception. He was named to the all-CIC first team defense.

Jared Wagener

Sr., Mississinewa

5-8, 144, Sr.

Wagener led the Indians with three interceptions. He had 31 solo tackles and 18 tackle assists. He also had four tackles for loss, one fumble recovery, and three pass deflections. He was named to the all-CIC first team defense.

Brady Franklin

P, Madison-Grant

6-1, 195, Sr.

Franklin had 20 punts for 746 yards, averaging 37.3 yards per punt. His longest was 54 yards, and he also had eight punts inside of the 20-yard line. He also was a two-year starter at quarterback and helped lead the Argylls to the Central Indiana Conference championship.


Eastbrook: A.J. Alexander, 6-1, 185, Jr., TE; Kyle Martin, 5-10, 160, So., LB; Austin Simison, 6-0, 190, Jr., DL.

Madison-Grant: Heath Davidson, 5-10, 225, Sr., OL; Cody Douglas, 5-8, 170, Sr., LB.

Marion: Cedrik Bell, 6-0, 180, Sr., LB; Enrique Cruz, 6-2, 230, Sr., TE-DL; Javaris Riley, 6-1, 165, Jr., HB-DB.

Mississinewa: Grant Burgett, 6-1, 279, Sr., OL; Russell Cox, 5-10, 306, Jr., OL; Travis Durham, 6-0, 178, Sr., WR; Nick Eck, 5-7, 175, Jr., DE; Tyler Logan, 5-9, 155, Sr., PK.

Oak Hill: D.J. Roberson, 5-9, 185, Sr., OL-DL; *Alec Samuels, 5-10, 185, Sr., RB.


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