All-region teams: Rabun’s Woerner named 8-AA’s top offensive player

Here is the all-region team for 8-AA, as chosen by the league’s coaches:

Offensive player of the year: WR Charlie Woerner, Rabun County, So.

Defensive players of the year: DT Luther Jones, Union County, Sr., and SS Tradd Porter, Jefferson, Jr.

Special teams player of the year: P Robert Prunier, Union County, Jr.

Coach of the year: Robby Robinson, Washington-Wilkes

First-team offense

OL – Tommy Chevalier, Rabun County, Sr.

OL – Jordan Tyler, Jefferson, Sr.

OL – Eli Griffin, Jefferson, Sr.

OL – Darryl Ware, Washington-Wilkes, Sr.

OL – Ken Johnson, Washington-Wilkes, Sr.

OL – Nikita Fair, Washington-Wilkes, Jr.

QB – Joseph Mancuso, Union County, So.

RB – Isaiah Blake, Jefferson, Sr.

RB – JaQuavious Blackburn, Washington-Wilkes, So.

WR – Jalen Turner, Washington-Wilkes, Sr.

WR – Raleigh Beougher, Riverside Military, Jr.

WR – Jacob Rogers, Union County, Jr.

First-team defense

DL – Damion Brown, Greene County, Sr.

DL – Tyler Bowen, Jefferson, Sr.

DL – Tremond Ferrell, Washington-Wilkes, Jr.

DL – Clay Lawson, Washington-Wilkes, Jr.

LB – Tomarkus Young, Washington-Wilkes, Sr.

LB – Chase Barnett, Union County, Jr.

LB – Jeremiah Brown, Rabun County, Sr.

LB – Kemble Laguines, Washington-Wilkes, So.

DB – Charlie Woerner, Rabun County, So.

DB – Chris Miller, Greene County, Sr.

DB – Cain Tomlin, Rabun County, Jr.

DB – Javoris Grant, Washington-Wilkes, Jr.

DB – Treyvon Booker, Washington-Wilkes, Sr.

First-team special teams

K – Andres Aparicio, Greene County, Jr.

P – Dalton Hill, Jefferson, Jr.

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5 comments Add your comment

Max Sizemore

December 20th, 2013
1:33 pm

Is Charlie the son of Scott Woerner?

And this warrants independent mentioning...

December 20th, 2013
3:09 pm

And this warrants independent mentioning...

December 20th, 2013
3:13 pm

…and how could the kid be the offensive player of the year but not make the offensive team as a WR, yet make the defensive 1st team as a DB?

And, there are 12 1st teamers on offense, not including Woerner, and 13 on the 1st team defense, not including the co-defensive players of the year – somebody does not know how many positions there are on a football team…

Big Country

December 20th, 2013
3:21 pm

No, he is the nephew of Scott. He still has football in his veins.

Bulldawg

December 22nd, 2013
10:29 am

To be offensive player of the year and to be first team all state on defense is quite an achievement. If I’m reading correctly, he’s also only a sophomore. Wow! Congratulations to this young man.