Clear Springs’ Todd Hudson earns District 24-6A MVP honors
Todd Hudson of Clear Springs has been chosen most valuable player on the all-District 24-6A football team while Charger mentor Craig Dailey was voted coach of the year.
Other top honors went to Jalen Wydermyer, Dickinson, offensive MVP; Landon Roque, Dickinson, defensive MVP; Rayfield Conley, Clear Creek, newcomer of the year; and La’Darrion Florez, Clear Brook, iron man of the year.
First team selections included running backs Dante Proctor of Clear Falls, Christian Marullo of Clear Lake, Jordan Green of Dickinson and Hudson; fullback Nino Daniel of Clear Springs; tight ends Bryce Ryden, Clear Springs and Wydermyer; quarterback Mike Welch of Dickinson; offensive linemen Chris Aldridge and Ryan Knous of Clear Springs; Torrey Lastice and Armando Alaniz of Dickinson; Emery Gallia of Clear Falls; Jack Nance of Clear Lake; and Chad Lindberg of Clear Creek.
Other first teamers included wide receivers Loronzo Thompson of Clear Brook; Brandon Woodson of Clear Falls; Isaiah Bibb of Clear Springs and Darryl Harris of Dickinson; kicker Evan Mason of Clear Springs; kick returner Todd Hudson of Clear Springs; and punter Cameron Duncan of Alvin.
Defensive first teamers included tackles Jordan Britton of Clear Lake, Jason Gold of Clear Springs and Derrick Martin of Dickinson; ends Jacob Muellner of Clear Springs and J.T. Greer and Jon Norwood of Dickinson; inside linebackers Lionell Frederick and Cameron Reffells of Clear Springs and Landon Roque of Dickinson; outside linebackers Colby Mouton and David Hall of Dickinson and Jacob White of Clear Springs; cornerbacks Kirk Collins of Clear Springs and Paul Smith and Anthony Wickware of Dickinson; and safeties Daniel Pomes of Clear Springs and D.J. Warnell and Savien Arnett of Dickinson.
Second team offense selections included quarterback Gavin Esquivel of Clear Falls; running backs Brendon Holmes of Clear Lake and Alex Robles of Clear Creek; linemen Quinten Effinger of Clear Brook, Lanson Smith, Conner Foreman and Jesus Galvan of Clear Falls, Andrew Hoover and Colton Grier of Clear Springs, and Jose Reta and Marcus White of Dickinson; wide receivers Peter Miller of Clear Creek, Kaleb Hymes of Clear Springs and Kai German of Dickinson; fullback Cameron Galiher of Dickinson; and tight end Blake Baltazar of Clear Lake.
Second team defense selections were tackles Gage Garcia of Alvin, Dylan Thompson of Clear Falls, Quinterrius Green of Clear Lake, and Victor Idusuyi and Canon Boone of Dickinson; ends Brandon Cazares of Clear Brook, Joey Hardcastle of Clear Creek and Marcelas Walters of Dickinson; inside linebackers Cameron Bell of Clear Brook, Kenneth Seymour of Clear Falls and Sevon Roberson of Clear Lake; outside linebackers Sedrick Cole of Clear Brook, Quinton Williams and Adrian Cavazos of Clear Lake and Nico Ovalle of Clear Springs.
Second team defensive backs were cornerbacks David Johnson of Clear Brook, Joey White of Clear Lake and Evinn Bollig of Clear Springs; and safeties Isaiah Gundling of Clear Brook, Thomas Massa of Clear Falls and Kai Woodard of Clear Springs; and punter Kaleb Matthews of Clear Creek.
Second team kicker was Christian Hernandez of Clear Creek.