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Tonight at Trinkle Hall with doors opening at 5:00. Members free, and others $25. Will post award winners later this evening.
01-28-2018 11:39 AM
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(01-28-2018 11:39 AM)Tribe4SF Wrote:  Tonight at Trinkle Hall with doors opening at 5:00. Members free, and others $25. Will post award winners later this evening.

How was the award dinner? What did JL have to say?
01-28-2018 10:47 PM
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Dinner was terrific!

Award winners were:

Scout Team Offensive POY - Rfr. QB Ted Hefter

Scout Team Defensive POY - Fr. LB Trey Watkins

Rookie of the Year - Fr. RB Nate Evans

Special Teams POY - Sr. LS Jesse Anderson

Offensive Line MVP - Sr. G Connor Hilland

Defensive LIne MVP - Sr. DT Isaiah Stephens

Offensive POY - Sr. G Connor Hilland

Defensive POY - Soph. LB Nate Atkins

Bob Shearin Leadership Award - Sr. DE Matt Ahola

P.G. Gantt Inspiration Award - Sr. CB Aaron Swinton

President's Award - Sr. TE Andrew Caskin
01-29-2018 08:16 AM
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(01-29-2018 08:16 AM)Tribe4SF Wrote:  Dinner was terrific!

Award winners were:

Scout Team Offensive POY - Rfr. QB Ted Hefter

Scout Team Defensive POY - Fr. LB Trey Watkins

Rookie of the Year - Fr. RB Nate Evans

Special Teams POY - Sr. LS Jesse Anderson

Offensive Line MVP - Sr. G Connor Hilland

Defensive LIne MVP - Sr. DT Isaiah Stephens

Offensive POY - Sr. G Connor Hilland

Defensive POY - Soph. LB Nate Atkins

Bob Shearin Leadership Award - Sr. DE Matt Ahola

P.G. Gantt Inspiration Award - Sr. CB Aaron Swinton

President's Award - Sr. TE Andrew Caskin

Great group of young men! All those seniors mentioned will certainly be missed.
01-29-2018 09:55 AM
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Watkins is an intriguing player. Looks like the "extra motivation" wasn't hyperbole.


WATKINS TO WALK-ON

Massaponax senior Trey Watkins will join William & Mary’s football program as a preferred walk-on. Watkins had Division II scholarship offers but Panthers coach Eric Ludden said William & Mary is his dream school.

Watkins played running back, safety and linebacker for the Panthers. He said the Tribe’s coaches haven’t decided if he’s a running back or an outside linebacker. He won’t be in the secondary.

Ludden said William & Mary is treating Watkins as a scholarship player.

“He has an official visit. They’re paying for all of that,” Ludden said. “They’re saying he’s going to get the same chance that all the other incoming freshmen will get and it’s the school he really wanted to go to.”

Ludden said Watkins’ versatility may have ultimately hurt him with Division I coaches because they weren’t sure what position he’ll play.

Watkins said entering the Tribe’s program as a walk-on will provide extra motivation.



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01-29-2018 10:24 AM
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(01-29-2018 10:24 AM)Tribal Wrote:  Watkins is an intriguing player. Looks like the "extra motivation" wasn't hyperbole.


WATKINS TO WALK-ON

Massaponax senior Trey Watkins will join William & Mary’s football program as a preferred walk-on. Watkins had Division II scholarship offers but Panthers coach Eric Ludden said William & Mary is his dream school.

Watkins played running back, safety and linebacker for the Panthers. He said the Tribe’s coaches haven’t decided if he’s a running back or an outside linebacker. He won’t be in the secondary.

Ludden said William & Mary is treating Watkins as a scholarship player.

“He has an official visit. They’re paying for all of that,” Ludden said. “They’re saying he’s going to get the same chance that all the other incoming freshmen will get and it’s the school he really wanted to go to.”

Ludden said Watkins’ versatility may have ultimately hurt him with Division I coaches because they weren’t sure what position he’ll play.

Watkins said entering the Tribe’s program as a walk-on will provide extra motivation.



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The four LBs who came in last year are an impressive group. Jarret Heckert worked with the travel team all season, and Riley Fox and Davis Call are both promising.
01-29-2018 10:58 AM
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I eagerly await the 7 LB defense that Andrews dreams up for next season.

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01-29-2018 12:10 PM
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(01-29-2018 12:10 PM)zablenoise Wrote:  I eagerly await the 7 LB defense that Andrews dreams up for next season.

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Funny. But I will say that depth at any and all positions is welcome. Our defense last year was very good but would have been considered great if not for the late scores in before half and toward end of game. Just minimal rotation would help that.
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(01-29-2018 02:58 PM)Tribe3455 Wrote:  
(01-29-2018 12:10 PM)zablenoise Wrote:  I eagerly await the 7 LB defense that Andrews dreams up for next season.

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Funny. But I will say that depth at any and all positions is welcome. Our defense last year was very good but would have been considered great if not for the late scores in before half and toward end of game. Just minimal rotation would help that.

Absolutely. Putting aside injuries, which are impossible to plan for, having a full complement of players to rotate through would be excellent.
01-29-2018 10:07 PM
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The POY’s are self explanatory.

What is the difference between the bottom three?

Shearin Leadership
Gantt Inspiration
Presidents Award
01-29-2018 10:54 PM
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