Pascagoula, Picayune represented well on All Region 4-5A squad

Posted by PATRICK MAGEE on December 18, 2013 

The All-Region 4-5A squad for the 2013 football season was released on Wednesday, and the region's top two squads, Picayune and Pascagoula, are well-represented.

Picayune earned the honor of Coaching Staff of the Year while senior running back Preston Dedeaux was named the Player of the Year.

Pascagoula offensive lineman Keith Crawford and Stone High running back Justin Smith shared the Co-Offensive MVP award.

Pascagoula junior defensive lineman Jauan Collins was named the region's Defensive MVP.

Pascagoula claimed the Region 4-5A regular season title while the region's runner-up, Picayune, won the Class 5A state championship.


Coaching staff of the year – Picayune

Player of the Year – RB Preston Dedeaux (Picayune)

Co-offensive MVP – OL Keith Crawford (Pascagoula), RB Justin Smith (Stone)

Defensive MVP – DL Jauan Collins – Pascagoula


OL – Brandon Archey – East Central OL – Malik Moore – Stone OL – Javin Saucier – West Harrison OL – Demarcus Haralson – Picayune OL – Ethan Frierson – Picayune OL – Zach Thweatt – Gautier OL – Ryan Hayes – Long Beach OL – Deontre McInnis – Pascagoula OL – Luke Broadhead – George County RB – Deandre Anderson – Picayune RB – Jake Eaker – East Central WR – Matthew Eaton – Pascagoula WR – Jaylen Smith – Pascagoula TE – Alex Aaron – Picayune QB – Clayton Johnson – Stone QB – Andrew Dunn – Pascagoula K/P – Montie Smith – Pascagoula Athlete – Deveon Green – Picayune


DL – Hunter Smith – Picayune DL – Chance Kellar – Picayune DL – Caleb Caston – Pascagoula DL – Marshean Joseph – Pascagoula OLB – Caleb Amacker – Stone OLB – Gerell Keaton – Picayune ILB – Austin Evans – George County ILB – Dylan Davis – East Central ILB – Dante Tubbs – Gautier CB – Kardarius Cross – Picayune CB – Travarious Williams – Pascagoula CB – Isaiah Swopes – Gautier S – Gerald McGee – Gautier S – Jordan Dedeaux – Picayune

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