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2013 All-Lincoln County football team

QB
Chazz Surratt, East Lincoln, so.
Passing: 175-285-9, 2,532 yards, 28 TDs
Rushing: 212 carries, 1,619 yards, 34 TDs
Notable: SD-7 2013 Offensive Player of the Year; offered by Clemson, N.C. State and UNC

RB
Daniel Davila, West Lincoln, sr.
Rushing: 252 carries, 1,396 yards, 10 TDs
Notable: SD-7 2013 all-conference, 3,650 career rushing yards –– second in Rebels history to Devyn Travis’ 3,870 yards from 2008-10.

RB
Justice Charles, Lincolnton, sr.
Rushing: 112 carries, 746 yards, four TDs
Notable: Led the Wolves in rushing this season

ATH
Jordon Easter, Lincolnton, jr.
Rushing: 194 carries, 693 yards, eight TDs
Passing: 85-148-2, 1,047 yards, 11 TDs
Notable: SD-7 2013 all-conference, led the league with fewest interceptions thrown among its starting quarterbacks, also played defensive back

WR
Sage Surratt, East Lincoln, fr.
Stats: 54 catches, 813 yards, 10 TDs
Notable: SD-7 2013 all-conference, led county in receiving yards this season

WR
Nick Hatchett, Lincolnton, so.
Stats: 14 catches, 244 yards, three TDs
Notable: SD-7 2013 all-conference, two-way player, threw TD passes in wins against West Lincoln and Bunker Hill

OL
Cory Smith, East Lincoln, sr.
The anchor of an offensive line that paved the way for the SD-7’s best offense in total yards (5,388), yards per game (384.9) and points (532).
Notable: SD-7 2013 all-conference

OL
Trent Loftin, West Lincoln, jr.
Helped anchor an offense that generated 156 first downs, 3,501 rushing yards (second in the SD-7), 3,818 total yards and 310 total points.

OL
Joseph Goodson, Lincolnton, sr.
The top lineman on an offense that got better as the season progressed, and helped lead the Wolves to the regional semifinals.

OL
Josh Benge, North Lincoln, so.
Started every game for the Knights during an injury-filled season, and graded out as North Lincoln’s top offensive lineman.

OL
Robert Ware, West Lincoln, sr.
Helped anchor an offense that generated 156 first downs, 3,501 rushing yards (second in the SD-7), 3,818 total yards and 310 total points.

DB
Damarius Valentine, East Lincoln, jr.
Stats: 61 tackles (seven for loss), one sack, eight interceptions, two retured for TDs
Notable: SD-7 2013 all-conference

DB
Moses Boyter, East Lincoln, sr.
Stats: 107 tackles (four for loss), one interception
Notable: SD-7 2013 all-conference

DB
Quinlyn Harris, Lincolnton, jr.
Stats: 48 tackles, 10 interceptions
Notable: SD-7 2013 all-conference, led the county in interceptions

DB
Zoauntarrius Brunt, Lincolnton, sr.
Stats: 126 tackles (nine for loss), three interceptions
Notable: SD-7 2013 all-conference, led the Wolves in tackles

LB
Billy Misenheimer, East Lincoln, sr.
Stats: 108 tackles (nine for loss), two sacks, one interception
Notable: SD-7 2013 all-conference, returned two punts for TDs, filled in some at running back, captain for a defense that led the SD-7 in fewest total yards (3,420) and points (228) allowed.

LB
Justin Rhodes, East Lincoln, sr.
Stats: 120 tackles (17 for loss), three sacks, two interceptions, one returned for TD
Notable: SD-7 2013 all-conference, led the Mustangs in tackles

LB
Lucas Brown, West Lincoln, sr.
Stats: 103 tackles (33 for loss)
Notable: SD-7 2013 all-conference, led the Rebels in tackles

DL
Darian Roseboro, Lincolnton, jr.
Stats: 124 tackles (21 for loss), 10 sacks, seven passes deflected
Notable: SD-7 2013 Defensive Player of the Year, offered by Auburn, Duke, Georgia Tech, Michigan, North Carolina, N.C. State, Ohio State, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and Wake Forest

DL
Tyron Roberts, Lincolnton, jr.
Stats: 116 tackles (11 for loss), seven sacks
Notable: SD-7 2013 all-conference

DL
Triston Dennis, East Lincoln, jr.
Stats: 102 tackles (eight for loss), one sackNotable: SD-7 2013 all-conference

DL
Tanner Cantrell, Lincolnton, sr.
Stats: 101 tackles (seven for loss), three fumble recoveries

K/P
Blake Strupp, East Lincoln, so.
Stats: Converted 61 of 69 PATs, kicked a 37-yard field goal and placed the Mustangs’ opponents at or inside their own 20 more than 90 percent of the time

Return
Daniel Schesny, West Lincoln, jr.
Stats: Returned three kickoffs for TDs –– 89, 87 and 77 yards; returned a punt 79 yards for a TD, 36 total points scored

Honorable mention

East Lincoln: Coriyo Boyd, Christian Tyson-Bryant

Lincolnton: Chavis Russell, Quinlin Turner, Casey Gamble, Austin Flynn, Tate Cantrell, Graham Willis

North Lincoln: Chase Stehling, Colton Beard, Jimmy Scott, Trey Freeman, Ronald Wyersburg

West Lincoln: Miguel Corella, Taylor Long, Charles Mack George, Harry Huddleston, Tyrenn McClendon, Austin May, Jordan Grant, Andres Gonzalez, Bronson Pendelton, Jordan Craig, Zach Carpenter, Dominic Werts, Corey Smith, Todric Anderson, Ivan Calvillo

CO-COACHES OF THE YEAR

Byus
2013 record: 9-5*
2013 playoff run:  third round
2013 conference finish: first
Career record: 93-33
*––Includes three forfeits due to EL’s use of academicall ineligible player.

Cloninger
2013 record: 9-5
2013 playoff run:  third round
2013 conference finish: third
Career record: 132-63

Editor’s Note: The All-Lincoln County football team was chosen based on nominations submitted to the Lincoln Times-News by the four county prep football head coaches. Statistics used were offensive statistics kept by the Lincoln Times-News and defensive statistics submitted by each team. Every player nominated is listed on either the All-Lincoln County Team on Page 5 or in the above list. Not enough nominations were submitted for some positions to have more than one all-county team.

Credits: Photos taken by LTN staff photographer Jaclyn Anthony. Design and capsules are by Sports Editor Ryan Herman.

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