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December 4, 2012

Krittenbrink named B-1 MVP

ENID, Okla. — Brady Krittenbrink, who led Pond Creek-Hunter to the Class B state championship game, has been named the most valuable player on the All District B-1 team announced Tuesday.

Krittenbrink rushed for 2,109 yards and 32 touchdowns and caught 24 passes for 368 yards and 10 scores. He led the Panthers in tackles with 144 — 50 solo and 94 assisted.

Garber quarterback Jordan Avants was selected as the offensive player of the year after rushing for 2,009 yards and 38 touchdowns and throwing for 1,885 yards and 20 scores.

Laverne’s Seth Overstreet, who helped the unbeaten Tigers to their first-ever state championship, was named defensive player of the year.

Krittenbrink, Avants and Overstreet will be three of the district’s eight representatives in next summer’s Oklahoma 8-Man Coaches All-Star game.

The other five will be Tucker Hickman of Laverne, Karson Marsh of Pond Creek-Hunter, Gage Smith of Covington-Douglas, Logan Vandiver of Garber and Trek Rundle of Merritt.

Laverne’s Tim Allen will be the All-Star coach.

B-1 All-District Team

MVP — Brady Krittenbrink, Pond Creek-Hunter

Offensive Player of Year — Jordan Avants, Garber

Defensive Player of Year — Seth Overstreet, Laverne

All-District Offense

QB — Trek Rundle, Merritt. RB — Gage Smith, Covington-Douglas; Tyler Terrel, Waukomis. TE — Logan Vandiver, Garber; Thomas Sander, Seiling. SE — Brendan Flowers, Merritt; Tyler Schnaithman, Garber. OL — Cordell Burlingham, Laverne; Karson Marsh, Pond Creek-Hunter; Kyle Kitchen, Pond Creek-Hunter. Specialist — Moises Resendiz, Ringwood.

 All-District Defense

DL — Trae Simpson, Covington-Douglas; Francis Potter, Merritt. DE — Reid Haigler, Canton; Ty Golay, Covington-Douglas. LB — Tucker Hickman, Laverne; Clay Smith, Canton. DB — Gage Murphy, Laverne; Jonah Bigbey,  Covington-Douglas; Brody Tune, Seiling. Specialist — Jonathan Bolin, Garber.

All-District Underclassmen

Offense

QB — Tucker Rolf, Laverne. RB — Trevor Harris, Laverne; Trenton Grimes, Pond Creek-Hunter. E — Dallas Hunt, Garber; Rolondo Resindez, Ringwood; Dylan Daugherty, Covington-Douglas. OL — T.J. Krittenbrink, Pond Creek-Hunter; Jarren Nine, Laverne; Kenny Thompson, Medford; Ryan Sander, Seiling. Specialist — Eudaldo Gomez, Ringwood.

Defense

DL — Ryan Coontz, Waukomis; Gage Heath, Canton. DE — Dalton Birch, Laverne; Damon Lynch, Garber. LB — David Jiminez, Laverne; Trenton Harmon, Garber. DB  — Zach Rayner, Pond Creek-Hunter; Pearson Waugh, Merritt; Josh Irvin, Pond Creek-Hunter. Specialist — Kendal Schoonmaker, Canton.

All-Star Selections — Krittenbrink, Avants, Overstreet, Hickman, Marsh, Smith, Vandiver, Rundle.

All-Star Alternates — QB-RB-DB: Murphy, Miller, Terrel. OL-DL: Burlingham, Simpson, Bigbey. LB-DE-SP: Sander, Potter, M. Resendez.

All-Star Coach — Tim Allen, Laverne. All-Star Counselor — Rustin Donaldson, Ringwood. 11-Man All-State Selection — Brian Smith, Covington-Douglas.

All-District Honorable Mention

Canton: Lance Sessions, Wade Webb, Shelby Long.

Covingon-Douglas: Alan Wilson, Blake Morris, Cole Smith.

Garber: Brandon McCleave, Jeremy Newton, Seth Swaim, Brandon Morgan.

Medford: Tanner Misak, Blake Schuster, Robby Webb, Cayde Neumann.

Merritt: James Pruitt, Cody Pruitt, Ryan Garner.

Pond Creek-Hunter: Devan McKee, Jayden Chain, Austin Matlock.

Ringwood: Moses Barenas.

Seiling: Buster Horn, Kaileb House, Bowan Nyberg, Alex Spurlock, Ethan Spurlock, Ryan Manning, Matthew Whetstone.

Waukomis: Brendon McCartney, Jess Click.

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