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Vikings receive conference awards for football
Running back Drew Logan awarded 1A Conference Offensive Player of the Year

Drew Logan was named 1A Conference Offensive Player of the Year. (Marilyn Sheldon/WGCN)

Drew Logan was named 1A Conference Offensive Player of the Year. (Marilyn Sheldon/WGCN)

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — The Arizona Interscholastic Association (AIA) has announced the 1A Conference awards for football. Several Williams players received honors.

The AIA recognizes student-athletes and coaches in a statewide recognition process with input from coaches.

Drew Logan was co-selected for Conference Offensive Player of the Year. He shares the title with Ryan Gooding of St. David.

In addition, Logan was also selected to first-team as running back and placekicker.

Logan was joined on the first team by Bryton Cox, who was selected as an offensive and defensive lineman.

Danny Siegfried was selected to the second team as a defensive lineman.

Raymond Gonzalez, Gabe Lowe and Kevin Nunez were also selected to the second team as a lineman, receiver and defensive back respectively.

Ethan Michelena received honorable mention.

Drew Logan finished the season leading the 1A Conference in rushing with 1628 yards. He also led in scoring with 252 points, touchdowns with 37 and first kickoffs with 4,041 yards. He placed fourth in total yards with 2,069 yards, second in PAT with 18, third in kick scoring with 18 points, and third in punts with a 39.6 average yards.

Kevin Nunez finished ninth in the 1A Conference for tackles with 104, fifth in interceptions with six, sixth in punt returns with a 17.4 average yards, ninth in kickoff returns with a 23.3 average yards and ninth in total returns with 297 yards.

Danny Siegfried placed fifth in passing with 1,439 yards and eighth in total yards with 1,623 yards.

Gabe Lowe placed third in sacks with 10 sacks.

Bryton Cox placed ninth in sacks with eight.

Cody Payne placed seventh tackles with 111.

Raymond Gonzalez placed seventh in kickoff returns with a 24.6-yards/ average.

Marilyn R. Sheldon contributed to this article.

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