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Greenbrier West, Meadow Bridge Players Receive Class A All-State Honors

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BLUEFIELD, W.Va (WVVA) -- Malik Boatwright led the Greenbrier West Cavaliers to the Class A State Championship game and while West wasn't able to bring home the state title, he and some of his teammates are being recognized for their stellar play.

Boatwright played quarterback and defensive back for West and was named the Class A All-State 1st Team defensive captain. He led the Cavaliers with 65 tackles, including nine in the championship game against Madonna.

Teammate Marquis Frazier was named to the 1st team's defensive line. Meadow Bridge's Jake Parker was named as the 1st team running back. He led the state in rushing for the second-straight year, accumulating just over 2,500 yards.

Two area players received second-team all-state honors: Fayetteville's Hunter Pullens was named to the offensive line. Greenbrier West's Corey Cox in on the 2nd-team defensive line.

Here are the players that received special mention in Class A: Logan Brown of Greenbrier West, Mikey Goddard of Greenbrier West, Jason Grose of Montcalm, Kyle Killen of Meadow Bridge.

Here are the players that received honorable mention in Class A: Todd McClanahan of Meadow Bridge, Dallas Miller of Midland Trail and Tasheem Saunders of Fayetteville.

 

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