W'burg earns 3 SEKC Class A-2A Player of the Year awards

Williamsburg's Dalton Ponder was named SEKC Class A-2A Player of the year while teammates Chris Howard and Noah Miracle were named SEKC Class A-2A Defensive Player of the Year and SEKC Class A-2A Offensive Lineman of the Year, respectively. | File Photo

PINEVILLE -- Williamsburg managed to take home three Player of the Year honors during the announcement of the Southeastern Kentucky Football Conference (SEKC) Class A-2A awards.

Quarterback Dalton Ponder was named SEKC Class A-2A Player of the Year while teammates Chris Howard and Noah Miracle were named SEKC Class A-2A Defensive Player of the Year and SEKC Class A-2A Offensive Lineman of the Year, respectively.

Ponder led Williamsburg to another District 8 championship along with a 10-3 mark while passing for 3,739 yards and 48 touchdowns. He also ran for 593 yards and 13 touchdowns.

Howard led the Yellow Jackets with 104 tackles and also recorded four sacks.

Miracle played a big part in Williamsburg's offense turning in one of the best seasons in school history.

The Yellow Jackets scored 562 points while accumulating 5,480 yards of total offense.

Middlesboro's Jabari Kyle won the SEKC Class A-2A Offensive Player of the Year award while Harlan's Ethan Clem captured the SEKC Class A-2A All-Purpose Player of the Year award. Pineville's Timothy Gambrel picked up SEKC Class A-2A Defensive Player of the Year honors.

All SEKC First Team Class A-2A

Williamsburg -- Caleb Rose, Gavon Thomas, Blane Sizemore, Devonte Powell, Bryce Creekmore-McCullah and Tyler West.

Middlesboro -- David Kyle, Craig Brock, Zach Tong and Ethan Barton.

Pineville -- Colby Frazier, Devon Morris, David Mayberry and Reece Capps.

Harlan -- Shane Lindsey, Jacob Surber, Britt Lawson and Jayden Ward.

All SEKC Honorable Mention Class A-2A

Williamsburg -- Jeff Tye, Jason Bray, Trey Hendrix and Bronson Bates.

Middlesboro -- Eric Helton, Riley Gent, Cam Hughett and Tyler Kelly.

Pineville -- Richard Beverly, Keaton Thompson, Landon Couch and Brendan King.

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