Bears and Bobcats announce All District Players
Last updated 11/21/2022 at 11:13am
The All-District selections for two Orange County high school football teams have been announced. Coach Eric Peevey with the Little Cypress Mauriceville Bears and Coach Josh Smalley for the Orangefield Bobcats announced which of their players have been so honored.
Topping the list of District 10-4A All-District Superlatives for the LCM Bears were Da'Marion Morris and Amier Washington. Morris was named the Offensive MVP on the basis of his outstanding season leading the district in rushing yards and touchdowns scored. Washington at defensive end is the co-Defensive MVP as one of the leaders on the Bears' defense.
Another Bear defender getting special recognition is Jackson Smith as the Defensive Newcomer. The sophomore Smith was a top defensive back for LCM from his safety position.
The Bears had two players named to the 1st Team All-District Offense and two more on the 1st Team Defense. Linemen Jan Nazario and Brady Wright were named to the first team on offense. Jarvis Riley the other defensive end for LCM and Morris at cornerback were picked to the defensive first team.
Honorees on the 2nd Team for Little Cypress-Mauriceville were Kyler Garlaska at wide receiver on offense, defensive lineman Jose Molina, and inside linebacker Luke McDow. Receiving Honorable Mention from the Bears were Jacob Pollock at both wide receiver and safety, Elijah Allison at wide receiver, Jordan Pollock at tight end, and Tucker Floyd at linebacker.
In District 10-3A the Orangefield Bobcats had three All-District Superlative representatives. Running back Cameron Dischler who was the district's leading rusher and scorer is the co-District MVP. The Defensive MVP went to defensive back Jackson Humplik. Smalley of the district champion Bobcats is the Coach of the Year.
Being named to the 1st Team on offense were running back Gavin Perry-Koci, tackle Gavin Pollock, and guard Ethan Brown. On defense 1st Team selections were Koen Maddox in the defensive line, Leyton Loft at outside linebacker, and Kane Smith as a defensive back.
Seven Bobcats were named to the 2nd Team All-District roster. Quarterback Brayden Parker, fullback Case Singleton, and kicker Ty Butler made the list on offense. Defensive end Morgan Sampson, linebacker Kyle Michael, linebacker Lane Gipson, and freshman defensive back Mason Manning were on the second team defense. Honorable Mention went to offensive lineman Ethan Blackburn and outside linebacker Beau Elkins for the Bobcats.
The All-District players from the Bridge City Cardinals and the West Orange-Stark Mustangs will be announced when the last team in their District 9-4A is eliminated from the state football playoffs. Currently, the Silsbee Tigers and the Hamshire-Fannett Longhorns are still alive from that district going into the Thanksgiving Day weekend.