Area players on All-Brazos team

Rockdale’s David and Clark chosen

for first-team

The post season honors continue to roll in for Rockdale’s Logan David and LeRaven Clark as both have been named to the 34th annual Bryan-College Station Eagle All-Brazos Valley team.

Both David and Clark were chosen on the first team.

David, a two-time all-state peerformer, made the team for the second straight year.

The 6-foot-4, 300-pound defensive lineman was the District 24- 3A defensive most valuable player after making 92 tackles.

The 6-foot-6, 230-pound Clark was chosen as an offensive lineman despite the fact that he was a first-team all-district pick on both offense and defense.

Clark graded out as the top Tiger lineman in nine games this season and had 43 pancake blocks.

Junior defensive back Tyler Wright was named to the second team.

Milano placed three players on the second team and three more as honorable mention.

Senior Matthew Jentsch was named to the second team as a linebacker and honorable mention as a quarterback after racking up 1,700 yards of total offense in 2009.

Lineman Christian Serna led the Eagles’ second team choices and did not allow a sack all season at 5-foot-6, 265 pounds.

Senior defensive lineman Sam Walker made 48 stops in 2009.

Offensive linemen Michael Griffin and John Jentsch were named honorable mention.

Cameron’s Steven Townsend, Tommy A nder son, Bra ndon Freeman, Ty Morgan and Jack Rhoades were also named to the team.

Lexington senior running back Clint Huston was an honorable mention selection.
ALL-BRAZOS VALLEY
First team—Logan David (DT),
LaRaven Clark (OT), Rockdale.
Second team—Tyler Wright (DB),
Rockdale; Christian Serna (OL),
Sam Walker (DL) Matthew Jentsch
(LB), Milano.
Honorable mention—Matthew
Jentsch (QB), John Jentsch (OL),
Michael Griffin (OL), Milano.
Academic—Matthew Jentsch,
Sam Walker, Michael Griffin, John
Jentsch, Milano; Jake Young, Ty
Morgan, Brandon Freeman, Cameron;
Clint Huston, Lexington.


Click here for digital edition
2010-02-04 digital edition



The burn ban for Milam County has been lifted. Burning is always prohibited in the county's municipalities.


Click here to register for the 5 Kay!