Middle School Cougars finish season 7-4


Awards given at banquet

By Rob Rose (as told by Todd Adler) - jrose@civitasmedia.com



Middle School Cougars go 7-4


After winning the first post-season playoff game in their history, Logan County middle School finished the season with at 7-4 overall record.

After the 2015 season was over, the team held its annual end of the year banquet. Several players were recognized for their efforts.

Tyler Ezell was awarded “Cougar Pride” Player of the Year and Offensive Most Valuable Player. Ezell was responsible for nearly 2200 total yards and 33 TDs. Playing QB, he was 49 for 109 for 1032 yards and eight TDs. He also rushed for 1155 yards and 25 TDs.

Devon Barnes was 2015 Defensive Most Valuable Player. Barnes had 64 tackles (27 were for loss of yards) and seven QB sacks. He also forced 12 fumbles.

Other awards and recipients were: Most Improved, Ashton Gregory. The Iron Man Award went to Carson Bradley. Gary hardy won the Mr. Big Hit Award, the Big Man on Campus award went to Thomas Kash and Nathaniel Vick won the Mr. Big Play Award. And Jarrett Sears took home the Unsung Hero Award.

Middle School Cougars go 7-4
http://newsdemocratleader.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_cougars-logo1.jpgMiddle School Cougars go 7-4
Awards given at banquet

By Rob Rose (as told by Todd Adler)

jrose@civitasmedia.com

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