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For the week of November 20 - 26, 2002


Wood River 
honors gridders

Post-season football awards

When organizing a football banquet it is probably a safe bet to double most recipes.

An awards’ banquet was staged at Wood River Middle School in Hailey last Thursday to recognize the Wolverines individually and collectively.

Wood River senior Kellen Chatterton was named Most Valuable Player and Most Inspirational.

Senior sparkplug Kellen Chatterton was voted both Most Valuable Player and Most Inspirational on the varsity team.

Best Defensive Lineman was given to Christian Blackman. Chad Hayward was named Best Defensive Back.

All-Conference selection Kenny Kelb was named Best Offensive Lineman by his teammates. Best Offensive Back went to Dylan Welcome. Brad Dussel was named Most Improved.

The Captains Award was given to Christian Blackman, Kellen Chatterton, Matt Conover, Zac Bloomfield, and Dylan Welcome for their leadership this season.

Junior varsity coach Chris Cey handed out four awards.

Luke Chaney took home Most Improved. Max Kessler was voted Most Inspirational. Best Offensive Player went to Craig Werley. Abel Grimaldo was Best Defensive Player.

"We had a really good team of kids. They all played well together and we had a good season," Cey said.



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