All-Mountain State Athletic Conference teams
Tight end — Michael Brumfield, Cabell Midland, Jr.
Wide receiver — Aaron Dobson, South Charleston, Sr.; Raheem Waiters, Riverside, Jr.
Tackle — Cole Bowers, Cabell Midland, Sr.; Clinton Van Horn, Woodrow Wilson, Soph.
Guard — Blake Brooks, South Charleston, Jr.; Josh Kay, Capital, Sr.
Center — Rodney Robinson, Woodrow Wilson, Sr.
Quarterback — Tyler Browning, Lincoln County, Sr.
Running back — Keion Wright, Capital, Soph; Terrell Martin, Hurricane, Sr.; Marcus Fox, St. Albans, Sr.
Kicker — George Brody, Spring Valley, Jr.
Utility — Derek Wenzel, Parkersburg, Jr.
Line — Kevin Lee, Capital, Sr.; Rodney Hudson, George Washington, Sr.; Xavier Jones, South Charleston, Sr.; Bodie Grass, Cabell Midland, Jr.; Brian Staton, Princeton, Sr.
Linebacker — Jake Kelly, Capital, Sr.; Kyle Cooper, Hurricane, Sr.; Ryan Stafford, Woodrow Wilson, Sr.
Secondary — Greg Jones, George Washington, Sr.; Vashawn Wood, Woodrow Wilson, Sr.; C.J. Crawford, Huntington, Sr.; Mike Tucker, George Washington, Sr.
Punter — James Eminger, Hurricane, Sr.
Utility — James Woods, Capital, Sr.
Tight end — Jacob Ashworth, Lincoln County, Sr.
Wide receiver — Jacob Lucas, Lincoln County, Sr.; Matt Johnson, George Washington, Sr.
Tackle — Kyle Smith, Parkersburg, Sr.; Evan Thatcher, Spring Valley, Jr.
Guard — Andy Fields, Hurricane, Sr.; Justin Houck, Cabell Midland, Sr.
Center — Dustin Thompson, Princeton, Sr.
Quarterback — Taylor Norman, George Washington, Sr.
Running back — Felix Mollett, George Washington, Soph.; Dylan Turner, South Charleston, Sr.; Nathan Lilly, Greenbrier East, Jr.
Kicker — Thomas Motes, Ripley, Sr.
Utility — Roland Willis, George Washington, Sr.
Line — Josh Williams, Woodrow Wilson, Jr.; Todd Battle, George Washington, Jr.; Jimmy Hamlin, Lincoln County, Sr.; Jake Gaskins, Cabell Midland, Sr.; Cameron Thompson, Nitro, Sr.
Linebacker — Jesse Slater, Cabell Midland, Jr.; Lindsey Johnson, Nitro, Sr.; Ronnie Mullins, Ripley, Jr.
Secondary — J.C. Morrison, Capital, Soph.; Mark Chandler, Nitro, Jr.; Tyler Harris, South Charleston, Soph.; Joey McComas, Spring Valley, Sr.
Punter — Aaron Bowyer, Riverside, Sr.
Utility — Bryce Paul, Cabell Midland, Sr.
Seniors — Seth Angell, Princeton; Del Wallace, Greenbrier East; Chris Auber, Riverside; Zack Burton, Riverside; Mike Evans, Nitro; Seth Parsons, Ripley; Tyler Bartley, Cabell Midland, Kevin Lawrence, Spring Valley, Adam Cook, Woodrow Wilson
Juniors — Francis Nice, Capital; Jeff Walls, Ripley; John Fry, Spring Valley; Markus Guy, St. Albans
Sophomore — Michael Parker, Greenbrier East
Seniors — Josh Williams. Ripley; Gavin Donathan, Hurricane; Richard Campbell, South Charleston; Todd Richmond, Greenbrier East; Mitchell Bumpus, Hurricane; Steve Roush, Parkersburg; Brandon Lafferty, Princeton; Brandon Dolan, Greenbrier East; Dave Allen, Woodrow Wilson; Josh Ferguson, Princeton
Juniors — David Chestnut, Riverside; Zach Wellman, Spring Valley; Scott Ullom, Ripley; Zac McCormick, Lincoln County; Jerrell Powell, Princeton; Dane Niday, Spring Valley
Freshman — Leon Mitchell, St. Albans
Cabell Midland — Michael Hayes; Capital — Jonathon Harold; George Washington — Shaquille Williams; Huntington — Brandon Eubank; Hurricane — Tyler King; Lincoln County — Dustin Elkins; Nitro — Josh Lanham; Parkersburg — Mike Winans; Princeton — Austin Harris; Ripley — Lonnie Kiser; Riverside — Marvin Belcher; South Charleston — Ahmari Smith; Spring Valley — Zach Harrison; St. Albans —Jacob Webster; Woodrow Wilson — Ray Williams
Cabell Midland — Brad Jenkins; Capital — Matt Mullins; George Washington — Chris Vance; Greenbrier East — Ben McMillion; Huntington — Andrew Senior; Hurricane — Aaron Caldwell; Lincoln County — Heath Workman; Nitro — Tyler Kennedy; Parkersburg — Wes Ankrom; Princeton — Tevin Allen; Ripley — Jeff Tomlin; Riverside — Josh Vance; South Charleston — Ron Harvey; Spring Valley — Seth Morris; St. Albans — Logan Robinson; Woodrow Wilson — Tyler Traman
Player of the year — Aaron Slusher, South Charleston
Coach of the year — John Messinger, South Charleston
All-Mountain State Athletic Conference teams
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