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The Vicksburg Daily News All-County Offensive Team



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The Vicksburg Daily News All-County offensive team members were selected by the player’s coaches for their great performances on the gridiron this season.

Each high school in the county — Porter’s Chapel Academy, St. Aloysius High School, Vicksburg High School and Warren Central High School — put five individual players on the team.

Vicksburg High School

1. Shakori Regan– 1,002 rushing yards and seven rushing touchdowns.

2. Laurence Sullivan– 641 rushing yards and five touchdowns.

3. Keveon Smith– 336 kickoff return yards, 243 receiving yards and three touchdowns.

4. Josh Jones– aggressive offensive lineman for the Gators who blocked for a 1,000 yard rusher.

5. Greg Taylor– Big offensive lineman for VHS  who was a key blocker for a freshman quarterback.

Warren Central High School

1. Kentrick Thompson– 835 passing yards, five touchdowns, 546 rushing yards and seven rushing touchdowns.

2. Tre Hall– 355 rushing yards, four rushing touchdowns, 120 receiving and two receiving touchdowns.

3. Kevin Miller– Aggressive blocker for the Viking offense.

4. Colt Lee– One of the blockers for the Vikings this season.

5. Dontavious Bell– One of the key blockers for the Vikings.

St. Aloysius

1. Brennon Williams– 722 rushing yards, nine rushing touchdowns, 429 kickoff return yard and two KR touchdowns.

2. Jax Oglesby– Aggressive blocker for the Flashes

3. Chase Tucker– Aggressive tight end who caught 12 passes for 196 yards and one touchdown.

4. Trace Daily– Tough playing fullback who blocked great and picked up plenty of first downs for the Flashes.

5. Greg Allen– Aggressive offensive lineman for the Flashes and once racked up 12 pancake blocks in one game.

Porter’s Chapel Academy

1. Jace Riggs– 565 passing yards, six passing touchdowns, 347 rushing yards and four rushing touchdowns.

2. Ra’Darius Turner– 351 receiving yards and four receiving touchdowns.

3. Dwight Blue– Aggressive blocking offensive line who was selected to play in the MAIS All Star Game.

4. Bridges Williams– Key blocker for the Eagles and kept the quarterback protected.

5. Maureon Simms- Key blocker for quarterback Jace Riggs and was able pave the way for many touchdowns for the Eagles.

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