Campbell County Football Wraps Up 2012 Season with Awards Dinner

Posted On: December 6, 2012 Posted By: Ian Polatka

TheCampbellCountyfootball team wrapped up the 2012 campaign with their awards dinner/banquet on Wednesday night December 5.  The ceremony was held in the new cafeteria with a dinner by Express Catering followed by the awards and recognition of the players.

The varsity team finished the year by going 7 wins with 5 losses.  More importantly they ran the table in district play by going 4-0 beating Simon Kenton, Dixie Heights, Ryle and Boone County.  This was their second consecutive 6A district 6 championship and the first time that they have swept the district since the 1981 season when the Camels beat Boone, Holmes and Dixie.  Other highlights of the year included a 42-16 thrashing of Newport Central Catholic and a first round playoff victory over Lexington Paul Laurence Dunbar 57-0.  The JV team went 4-4 and the freshman team finished their season going by going 4-5.

After dinner the awards were given out by the coaches recognizing players for their achievements for the 2012 season.  The varsity awards were:


Player                          Award

Tyler Durham              MVP

Paul Griffis                  Defensive Front Most Outstanding Player

Joel Brune                   Offensive Line Most Outstanding Player

Grant Mahoney          Special Teams Most Outstanding Player

Tyler Walsh                 Defensive Skill Most Outstanding Player

Jake Zabonick             Offensive Skill Most Outstanding Player

Tyler Walsh                 The HAMMER Award

Mitch Kramer             Defensive Most Improved

Logan Schneider        Offensive Most Improved

Tyler Durham             Mr. Campbell County Football

Avery Wood                Mr. Campbell County Underclassmen

Jordan Mason             Tony Klump Award

Brandon Oldendick   Woody Johnson Inspirational Award

Tim Weimer                Jimmy Geiman Heisman Award


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