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December 14, 2012

Reynoso lauded for special teams play

WEATHERFORD —  

 

 

Springtown senior Javier Reynoso was a formidable weapon as a receiver for the Springtown Porcupines, but used his foot to score most of his points for Pojo, and was recognized for his kicking prowess. Reynoso was chosen as the Special Teams Player of the Year on the 2012 All-District roster, joining teammate Landry Turner on the Superlatives list. Turner, a freshman, had a considerable number of snaps at quarterback for Springtown, and was named Offensive Newcomer of the Year.

The Porcupines’ high-flying offense for 2012 resulted in seven first-team selections, including quarterback Colby Moore and receivers Dylan Ray and Ryan Hester.    

 

DISTRICT 6-3A

All-District Roster 

 

SUPERLATIVES 

 

Most Valuable Player 

Zac Michener        Kennedale 

 

Offensive MVP

Donnie Darville      Kennedale 

 

Defensive MVP

Brett Wade      Kennedale 

 

Offensive Newcomer of the Year 

Landry Tuner         Springtown 

 

Defensive Newcomer of the Year 

Jake Michener       Kennedale 

 

Special Teams Players of the Year 

Javier Reynoso   Springtown

JW Maxwell     Castleberry 

 

Offensive Lineman of the Year 

Jacoby Prestwood         Mineral Wells 

 

Defensive Lineman of the Year 

Brealon Schwartz       Kennedale 

 

Coaching Staff of the Year 

Kennedale - Head Coach Richard Barrett 

 

FIRST TEAM OFFENSE 

 

Quarterbacks: 

Colby Moore       Springtown

      Caleb Acosta       Mineral Wells 

Running Backs: 

Juwan Washington  Kennedale 

    Gilbert Castorena     Mineral Wells 

    Tyler Robertson      Springtown

Fullback:         

Trey Williams     Kennedale 

Tight End:       

Dalton Vondra      Kennedale 

Receivers:      

Dylan Ray        Springtown 

                      Ryan Hester      Springtown 

                      Marcellyss Lewis      Castleberry 

Center:           

Colten Hunt      Springtown 

Off. Guards:   

Victor Vilchez      Kennedale 

    Hunter Smith      Kennedale 

Off. Tackles:   

Taylor Smith         Kennedale 

    Marshall Moody    Kennedale 

    Cole Clifton          Springtown

Utility:            

Maverick Chitty     Lake Worth 

                      Caleb Whiteman   Springtown

Kicker:           

Tabor Key             Kennedale 

 

FIRST TEAM DEFENSE 

 

Def. Line:           

Kolyn Waldrop     Springtown

        Hugo Giron           Kennedale 

        Tim Woods            Lake Worth 

    Hunter Moss       Mineral Wells

        Bryson Burtnett   Springtown

                          Hunter McGahan    Kennedale 

Linebackers:      

Trey McGahan        Kennedale

        Luis Gutierrez         Lake Worth

      Josh Hardee         Mineral Wells

                        Travis Mallory       Mineral Wells

      Fred Scott              Kennedale 

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