6-0, 175, So.
Compiled a total of 72 catches for 1,118 yards and seven TDs for the Class 3A Tigers.
6-2, 200, Sr.
Paced all the area’s Class 1A receivers with 34 catches for 800 yards, scoring 13 TDs.
6-0, 220, Jr.
Helped team to the 3A quarterfinals with 43 catches for 831 yards and seven TDs.
6-2, 275, Jr.
Had a lead role in the blocking scheme for a team that made the Class 3A semifinals.
6-4, 215, Sr.
Paved the way for an offense that featured a 1,600- yard rusher and 1,400-yard passer.
6-3, 250, Sr.
A top blocker who helped lead a 1,500-yard rusher and a 1,000-yard passer for UHS.
6-4, 231, Sr.
Steady force as a two-way starter who helped lead the way for two 1,000-yard rushers.
6-4, 330, Sr.
Allowed one sack in two seasons and as team set school records for rushing and passing.
6-0, 210, Sr.
District 5-3A MVP rushed for 1,952 yards on 240 carries and scored 33 TDs for LHS.
5-9, 183, Sr.
Workhorse for the Bulldogs ran for 1,888 yards on 216 carries and scored 21 TDs.
6-0, 210, Fr.
District 7-2A Co-MVP rushed for 1,551 yards on 241 carries and scored 29 TDs.
5-10, 160, So.
Converted on 62 of 67 pointafter kicks and also made five field goals with a long of 41 yards.
5-11, 150, Sr. Tallied 1,069 yards on returns – 710 on kickoffs and 359 on punts for the 3A Buffaloes.
OFFENSIVE MOST VALUABLE PLAYER
6-1, 180, Sr.
Breaux was voted the District 7-3A MVP after leading the state in passing all season. He completed 173-of-259 for 2,873 yards and 24 touchdowns to help lead the Tigers to a playoff berth. Breaux also contributed 921 rushing yards and
13 more TDs to the Donaldsonville offense.
DEFENSIVE MOST VALUABLE PLAYER
6-0, 270, Sr.
Bove was selected as the Outstanding Defensive Player on The Advocate’s Class 3A and below squad for the second straight season. The District 6-3A MVP, he played nose guard and had 85 tackles, with 23 tackles for loss, 10 sacks and
an interception as PBS advanced to the semifinals.
COACH OF THE YEAR
Mahaffey’s second season was a memorable one as the Cubs advanced to the Class 2A quarterfinals for the first time since 1998. Along the way, Mahaffey’s UHS squad was 10-0 in the regular season, garnered a No. 3 ranking and claimed the District 7-2A title en route to a 12-1 finish.
6-4, 250, Sr.
District 7-2A Co-MVP had 69 tackles, 27 assists, 17 tackles for loss and eight pass break-ups.
6-3, 230, Sr.
District 7-2A Co-MVP had 111 tackles, 22 tackles for loss, 13 sacks and blocked two kicks.
6-3, 215, Jr.
Put together totals of 42 tackles with 15 tackles for loss and seven sacks in seven games.
6-1, 210, Sr.
Had 100 tackles with 20 tackles for loss and five interceptions, returning three for TDs.
6-1, 214, Jr.
District 7-3A MVP compiled 128 tackles with 12 tackles for loss and four pass break ups.
6-2, 225, Sr.
District 7-2A Co-MVP on offense also tallied 70 tackles, 11 assists and 13 tackles for loss.
6-3, 230, Sr.
Leader for the Class 2A Tigers had 75 tackles, 23 assists, nine tackles for loss and four sacks.
6-0, 172, Sr.
Helped lead the secondary for the Class 1A Eagles with 55 tackles and five interceptions.
Pointe Coupee Central
5-11, 185, Sr.
Led PCC to the playoffs with 55 tackles, four interceptions and three fumble recoveries.
5-8, 172, Sr.
Finished the season with 10 interceptions for the Class 1A Bulldogs, along with 35 tackles.
5-11, 175, Sr.
Key cog in PAHS’ run to the 3A quarterfinals had 75 tackles and five pass break-ups.
6-2, 180, Jr.
Posted an average of 44.7 average per punt on 31 attempt for the Kittens of District 7-1A.
6-1, 170, Sr.
Signal caller for the Knights passed for 1,470 yards, completing 79 of 143 passes with 16 TDs.
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