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Mid-State all-conference athletes named

Posted Friday, December 16, 2005

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The Mid-State conference has named its all-conference athletes in fall sports for 2005. The high school conference consists of Cardinal Gibbons, Cedar Ridge, Durham School of the Arts, Graham, Northwood, Orange, and Raleigh Charter. Northwood High School had multiple student athletes who earned honors in six different sports. They are:

Soccer:
Dylan Stroupe
Javier Espinoza
Jeremiah Morrow
Honorable Mention - Rodrigo Martinez

Tennis:
Karyn Devinney
Lily Smith
Both earned all conference honors in singles and doubles.

Volleyball:
Allie Gibbs
Brionna Skinner

Men's Cross Country:
Jerrod McLamb
Matthew Russell
Team Sportsmanship award - Northwood High School

Women's Cross Country:
Kathryn Dispennette
Team sportsmanship - Northwood High School

Football:
Tobias Palmer
Tanner Phillips
Simonye Craig
Clayton Kidd
Justin Peoples
Kenny Allen
Freddie Dale
Quentain Brantley
Josh Edwards
Kevin Jackson
Jordan Robinson
Tim Courtney

Honorable Mention:
Tyler Williams
Thomas Hadley
Josh Jurius
Jason Freeman
Dean Hatami
Zack O'Dell
Kamory Mann

Offensive back of the year: Tobias Palmer
Offensive lineman of the year: Simonye Craig
Defensive back of the year: Freddie Dale
Runner up defensive lineman of the year: Josh Edwards
Runner up coach of the year: Bill Hall

 
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