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Bob Jones football coach Kevin Rose addresses the crowd at the Football Banquet Wednesday night (Record Photo/Lindsay Vaught)

Bob Jones football hands out season awards

MADISON- It was the last official gathering for the Bob Jones football team Wednesday night as head football coach Kevin Rose gathered with his players and coaches to have some fun and hand out awards.

The Defensive awards were as follows:

Versatilty Award-  Khalil Griffin

Defensive Back Award-  Colten Carver

Defensive Lineman Award-  Chris Cobb

Leading Tackler Award-  Jacobye Green

Defensive MVP-  Tavais Clarke

The offensive awards were:

Offensive Lineman Award-  Colby Morrell

Wide Receiver Award-  John Michael Riley

Leading Rusher Award-  Khalil Griffin

Pancake Award-  Mikey Lucente

Offensive MVP-  Caden Rose

Special teams were:

Special Teams Award-  Justin Hawkins

Special Teams Awards-  Cam Pugh

Special Teams Award-  Jake Fruehwald

Special Teams Award-  Donavan Brown

Special Teams MVP-  John Michael Riley

Rookie of the Year-  Drew Lawson

Comeback Player of the Year Tavais Clarke

Whacky Wednesday Award-  Jackson Lozano

Permanent Team Captain Awards went to Tavais Clarke, Chris Cobb, Jaydon Hill, Caden Rose,  Colby Morrell, and John Michael Riley.

Rose said that as usual there were some tough decisions especially on the MVP Awards.

“Tavais played with great effort every play and was a very good leader. Khalil Griffin contributed on offense, defense and special teams.  He received the Versatility Award. Caden Rose led 3 fourth quarter come from behind game winning drives and was our Offensive MVP.

John Michael Riley punted, returned punts, kicked off and returned kicks.  He was our Special Teams MVP.”

Rose also recognized Defensive Coordinator Bryan Styles who has been on Rose’s staff all ten years at Bob Jones.

The Atrium at Intergraph provided a festive venue for the event that requires food and accommodations for about 150 players, parents, and guests.

Kimberly Shell Lawson is the BJHS Football Booster Club President.

“Jerry Felts helps with coordinating the date and all logistics with Intergraph to host the event. This is the third year that Intergraph has hosted the Bob Jones Football Banquet. The location and the space to adequately hold a 7A football banquet are just a couple of reasons that we use their facility,” she said.


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