Player of the year: Zach Perry
School: Ben Lippen
Position: Defensive Lineman
What was your biggest accomplishment this season? Leading SCISA in sacks.
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What was the biggest obstacle you faced this season? Staying humbled and focused.
How do you keep yourself motivated? By striving to keep getting better and better every time I step on the field.
Who is your biggest inspiration? Ben Lippen varsity head coach (Reggie) Shaw is a big inspiration to me.
Why do you love your sport? I really like hitting people.
What is the best gift you have given someone this past year? I helped renovate a kitchen of one of my church members.
What is the best advice you have ever gotten? "Be the best you can be."
Where do you see yourself in 2020? Perhaps an engineer.
What do you do with your free time? I like to lift weights, run and watch TV.
What is the last book you read? "When Pride Still Mattered' which is a Vince Lombardi biography.
DL Zach Perry, Ben Lippen
64 tackles, 24 tackles for losses, led the Falcons with 13 sacks
DL Kyle Grant, Hammond
16 tackles, two tackles for losses, two sacks
DL Jimmy Carlen, Ben Lippen
61 tackles, 24 tackles for losses, five sacks
DL Will Cloyd, Heathwood Hall
124 tackles, seven sacks
LB Walker Sojourner, Heathwood Hall
Led the Highlanders with 170 tackles, 14 sacks
LB Weston Verner, Hammond
70 tackles, three tackles for losses, three sacks, two fumble recoveries
LB Gabe Smith, Ben Lippen
Led the Falcons with 101 tackles, 16 tackles for losses, North-South All-star
DB Jason Blackwell, Ben Lippen
58 tackles, one interception, named to Shrine Bowl team
DB Andre Hennie, Ben Lippen
47 tackles, two interceptions, North-South All-star
DB Cole Fowble, Heathwood Hall
3 interceptions, and as kicker, made 37 of 42 extra-point kicks and five field goals
DB Hunter George, Hammond
28 tackles, two interceptions