Sangster named to All-State Football Team

By Austin Bishop

The Winston County Journal

 

Louisville High School senior linebacker Jeremiah Sangster was named to the 2013 All-State Football Team by the Jackson Clarion-Ledger.

The 6-foot, 220-pound Sangster was named to the second team defense. He recorded 126 tackles on the season and recovered three fumbles. He also scored four touchdowns on the season.

Senior running back Aeris Williams of West Point was named Mr. Football, while Nevil Barr of Oak Grove was selected as Coach of the Year.

Named to the first-team offense were: Quarterback Kirk McCarty, Oak Grove; wide receiver Markell Pack, Purvis; wide receiver Malik Dear, Murrah; running back Preston Dedeaux, Picayune; running back Darrell Henderson, South Panola; tackle Rod Taylor, Callaway; guard Javon Patterson, Petal; center Sean Rawlings, Madison Ridgeland Academy; Guard Ethan Orr, Itawamba AHS; tackle Doug Lofton, Taylorsville; all-purpose athlete Alex Woodall, McComb; and all-purpose athlete Tevin Moore, Stringer.

Named to the first-team defense were: End Matthew Davis, South Panola; tackle Breeland Speaks, Callaway; tackle Fletcher Adams, Brandon; end Taylor Braley, Oak Grove; linebacker Genard Avery, Grenada; linebacker Alvin Moore, Bassfield; cornerback Tito Windham, Harrison Central; Safety, Jamal Peters, Bassfield; safety C.J. Hampton, Meridian; cornerback J.T. Gray, Clarksdale; specialist Troy Waites, Presbyterian Christian; and athlete Devin Voorhies, Wilkinson County.