The St. Clair County All-County Football Team for 2012 has been named.
Twenty-eight players were named to the First Team, including the Offensive and Defensive MVPs.
Thirty-four players were named to the Second Team.
Coaches of the Year went to Ragland’s Jonathan Nix, and Moody’s Jay Brown.
Nix led the Purple Devils to a 10-1 season, a region title and a trip to the first round of the state playoffs in his first year as head coach.
In his second year as head coach of the Blue Devils, Brown turned the team around from a 1-9 season his first year to a 6-4 season.
St. Clair County Saints running back Kartez Carr was named Offensive Player of the Year while Defensive Players of the Year were Ragland’s Devane Brewster and Moody’s Curtis Nichols.
From Ashville were E.J. Moss, Damien Bothwell, Blake Williams, Jordan Looney and Josh Daniels.
From Moody were Trevor Staggs, Dee Williams, Michael Barron, Josh Morgan and C.J. Moss.
From Ragland were KiJana Lindsay, Sawyer Merritt, Jimmy Brock, Jesse Corn and Jaylen Brewster.
From Springville were Jay Lipscomb, Zac Mayo, Julius Miller, Tyler Sumpter and Deondre Woody.
From SCCHS were Matt Hicks, Josh Hardrick, Billy Kirby, Levi Green and Justin Armstrong.
From Ashville were Micah Baker, Ethan Fuller, Mitchell Partlow, Alaric Williams, Colin Cornutt, D. J. Cook and Tez Bothwell.
From Moody were Rodrellas Garner, Queneris Pollard, Corey Clayton, Devonta Vandergrift, Terrell Martin, Daniel Harless and Jacob McQueen.
From Ragland were Dakota Campbell, Jacob Brewster, Matt Hicks, Ronnie Isbell, Trez Carson, Nick Smith and Christian Morrow.
From Springville were Jackson Findlay, Mickey Turner, Hunter Geralds, John Davis Nolan, Jake Keiser and Ingram Goolsby.
From SCCHS were Josh Richie, Justin Phillips, Austin Doster, Juan Montgomery, John Dolar, Dalton Taylor and Chase Acker.