The Tiger Online

  • April 26- Clash of the Tigers 2:45 pm (Quigley)

  • April 24- Administrative Professional Appreciation Day

  • April 22- Earth Day

  • April 18- ACT Aspire (10th Grade)

  • April 16- ACT Aspire (9th Grade)

  • April 13- Prom 8pm (GSA)

  • April 12- Dance Team Tryouts

  • April 11- ACT Aspire (10th Grade)

  • April 9- ACT Aspire (9th Grade)

  • April 8-9- Dance Team Auditions

Filed under Sports

Tigers Make Impact at State Level

This+year+Central+had+27+football+players+receive+All+State+or+All+conference+recognition.+%28photo+courtesy+of+Kent+Laster%29
Back to Article
Back to Article

Tigers Make Impact at State Level

This year Central had 27 football players receive All State or All conference recognition. (photo courtesy of Kent Laster)

This year Central had 27 football players receive All State or All conference recognition. (photo courtesy of Kent Laster)

This year Central had 27 football players receive All State or All conference recognition. (photo courtesy of Kent Laster)

This year Central had 27 football players receive All State or All conference recognition. (photo courtesy of Kent Laster)

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






After the regulation football season ends every year, players are selected as All State, All Conference, and Academic All Conference.  This year the Tiger Football team had 27 players who fell into these categories.

Senior Cornerback Jonathan Jones was recognized as an All State football player.

Keeling Baker, Sean Barron, Da’Jun Brewer, Canaan Davis, Avont Harris, Logan Hayman, Keylin Holloway, Tayvion Metcalf, Caleb Morton, Jeb Sullivan, and DJ Swinton were nominated as Academic all Conference players.

Da’Jun Brewer, Keylin Holloway, Quintlyn Rogers, and Jordan Banks were All Conference Players.

The offensive players who were awarded All Conference Honorable were Mention Antoine Westbrook, Canaan Davis, Makilan Thomas, Tayvion Metcalf, and Talmadge Hasberry.

On defense Avont Harris, Kylan Jones, Lamont Robinson, Caleb Morton, Jeb Sullivan, and Kyng Ransum were also All Conference Honorable Mention.

“All of these players deserve this recognition and more. They fought very hard this season and worked very hard,” senior Kicker Rivers Runion- Driskell said.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
About the Writer
Gage Maris, Sports Editor
Patrick “Gage” Maris is the current Sports Editor. At the height  6’4, Gage weighs a solid 160 pounds and wears size 13 shoes. If Gage could play any professional sport or position, he would be quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys, Dak Prescott. Gage has received recognition from the Arkansas Boaters Safety Society; he keeps his boaters education card handy in case a spontaneous lake appears and someone needs a boat driver. He has received honors from Boy Scouts of America and Eagle Scout rank as of April 2018. Like one of Gage's stories? Let him know! Email him at [email protected]
1 Comment

One Response to “Tigers Make Impact at State Level”

  1. Lennie Massanelli on January 22nd, 2019 11:48 am

    Did you know the Central High wrestling team came in 2nd this past weekend, at a tournament in Bryant? Many schools across the state were competing, and many wrestlers from Central earned medals! Wrestling matches, tournaments, and then the final state tournament are now through February 2019. Would love to see these amazing students represented in Central High media! Ask Coach Butler for Junior Varsity and Varsity wrestling dates and times. Thanks!

If you want a picture to show with your comment, go get a gravatar.




Navigate Left
  • Tigers Make Impact at State Level

    Sports

    Driving as Team, Tigers Look for Revenge

  • Tigers Make Impact at State Level

    Sports

    Cheer Team Wins Grand Nationals

  • Tigers Make Impact at State Level

    Sports

    Tiger Sports Teams Battle On The Field

  • Tigers Make Impact at State Level

    Sports

    New Soccer Coach Brings Enthusiasm, Increase in Player Skill

  • Tigers Make Impact at State Level

    Sports

    Zion Williamson Rises in Popularity, Falls on Court

  • Tigers Make Impact at State Level

    Photography

    Back on Their Home Court: Tigers Show Out for Homecoming Game

  • Tigers Make Impact at State Level

    Photography

    Lady Tigers Win Conference Game

  • Tigers Make Impact at State Level

    Photography

    Seniors Sign for Athletic Career

  • Tigers Make Impact at State Level

    Sports

    Another Year, Another Controversy, Another College Football Playoff

  • Tigers Make Impact at State Level

    Sports

    ‘King’ James, Dubs Himself Greatest of All Time

Navigate Right

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






The student news site of Little Rock Central High School