Tri-Eastern Conference football coaches announced the selection of their all-conference players, as well as those afforded honorable mention, last week. The coaches also selected Aidan Weatherhead from Winchester Community as the Player of Year, and Vance Dishmond from Tri High as the Lineman of the Year. Six different players were nominated for both the POY and LOY awards. Teams earn all-conference selections based on the final league standings.
Centerville – Nathan Dickenson, Jake Tinkle, Kollyn Peed, Coleson Campbell, Owen Boyd, Ethan Vecera
Northeastern – Colton Creech, Logan White, Zane Schneider, Kam Crawford, Conner Archie
Winchester Community – Andy Toney, Adam Moore, Brock Goforth, Tim Edwards, Aidan Weatherhead
Tri High – Vance Dishman, Tyler Brooks, Cameron Boone
Hagerstown – Peyton Meyer, Logan Parrish, Lowell Berger
Knightstown – Jameson Crawford, Brody Butler
Union City – Quincy Middaugh, Kolson Clemons
Cambridge City – Evan Stuckey
Union County – Topher Fritts
Honorable Mention selections:
Centerville – Colton Rinehart, Aiden Hoelscher, Northeastern – Blake Waters, Koleson Pennington-Loaiza, Winchester Community – Bryce Tippett, Clayton Holder. Tri-High – Garrett Moffett, Kyler Engle, Hagerstown – Colten McMillan, Zach Golliher, Knightstown – Levi Sparks, Union City – Jace O’Connor, Cambridge City Lincoln – Jason Ervin, Union County – Gunner Dishmond
Individual award winners:
Player of the Year: Aidan Weatherhead, Winchester Community
Lineman of the Year: Vance Dishman, Tri High
A version of this article appeared in the November 15 2023 print edition of the Western Wayne News.