Butler, Independence and Rocky River high schools are well-represented on the 2012 All-Southwestern 4A conference football squad.
Butler led the way with 13 selections, including Offensive Player of the Year Josh Glisson and Co-Defensive Player of the year Sean Wiggins. Independence defensive back Jack Tocho shared the Co-Defensive Player of the Year award with Wiggins.
Other Bulldogs selections included offensive linemen Joseph Moody and Michael McCaughtery; receiver Uriah LeMay; tight end Justin Streeter; kicker David Meyer; defensive linemen Jalen Cousar and Grant Polofsky; linebacker Peter Kalambayi; defensive backs David Moore and Channing Stribling; and linebacker Todjrei Graham, who was named the conference’s Defensive Specialist.
Besides Tocho, Independence had nine other players honored, including offensive linemen Tony Adams and Chris Wade; running back Isaiah Robinson; quarterback Jason Connella; receiver Dequan Barnes; linebackers Josh Walker and Tony Worthy; and defensive backs Adonis Alexander and Deion Washington.
Seven Rocky River were recognized: offensive lineman Michael Dunlevy; running back Deron Davis; receiver Brandon Harris; linebacker Seth Johnson; defensive backs Sidney Lawson and Lamar Hood; and quarterback Andre Rice, who was named the league’s Offensive Specialist.
Ravens coach Jason Fowler, who led the team to its first playoff berth and most wins in school history, was Coach of the Year.