Carney, Hudson Summers on all area team

Published 8:46 am Thursday, January 6, 2022

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Three Davie football players were named first- or second-team on the Winston-Salem Journal’s All-Area team.
The offensive player of the year was Reagan senior running back Jon Gullette, and the defensive player of the year was West Forsyth senior linebacker Mack David.
Davie seniors Tate Carney and Zymere Hudson were named first team offense. Carney rushed for 1,130 yards and averaged 5.7 yards a carry. He had 30 receptions for 287 yards and scored 23 of Davie’s 62 touchdowns. Hudson had 58 catches for 1,061 yards and scored 10 TDs.
Davie senior quarterback Alex Summers made second team offense after going 235 of 343 passing, a completion percentage of .685, for 2,981 yards. He tossed 28 TDs.
Also receiving offensive votes for Davie was senior receiver Za’haree Maddox, who had 78 catches for 702 yards and 10 TDs.
• Four seniors and a freshman made the all-Central Piedmont Conference football team from Davie. Carney, left tackle Spencer Williams, Hudson and Summers made it along with safety Coy James, who led the War Eagles in tackles (87) as a freshman.
East Forsyth’s Quesean Brown and Reagan’s Semaj Turner were voted the offensive and defensive players of the year, respectively. Glenn’s Antwon Stevenson took coach of the year.
• Davie’s Collin Ferebee won coach of the year in tennis. The War Eagles who made all-conference were senior Whitney DeLoach, junior Sarah West Marklin, sophomore Tru Koren and freshman Elliot Newsome.
The player of the year was West Forsyth’s Sam McEachran.
• Davie senior Peyton Justice earned defensive player of the year in volleyball. Seniors Ali Angell and Aimee Loj made all-conference from Davie, and West Forsyth’s Lauren Gillon got coach of the year.
• Davie junior Nick Ruff made all-conference in boys soccer. The defensive player of the year was West Forsyth’s Walker Paschold, Mt. Tabor’s Matthew Allen was offensive player of the year, and Jeffrey Williams of West Forsyth was named coach of the year.