Several Ravenswood football players have received Class A All-State recognition from the West Virginia Sportswriter’s Association, as well as All-LKC Honors.
Senior linebacker Luke Jackson was named First Team All-State on defense and First Team All-LKC.
Jackson finished the season with a team-leading 106 tackles (45 solo and 61 assisted). He had 20 tackles for a loss on the season for another team high.
He ended his high school football career with 371 tackles, breaking the record of 369 set in 2012 by Brad Titus.
In addition to breaking the school record for most tackles, Jackson also picked up 15 career forced fumbles to break Jake Young’s previous career record of 12.
He also bested Young’s record for most forced fumbles in a season with a total of 7 over Young’s 5.
On offense, Jackson had 599 yards in 107 carries and 6 TDs on the season.
He also had one catch for 19 yards and a kickoff return for 15 yards.
Senior quarterback Max Hilton received First-Team All-LKC honors and All-State Special Honorable Mention. Hilton had -9 yards in 56 carries and 3 TDs. He had 15 completions in 50 attempts passing on the season for 216 yards and 2 TDs. He threw 3 interceptions.
On defense, Hilton has 36 tackles, including 9 solo and 27 assists.
Kenley Hickman received All-State Honorable Mention. Hickman had 22 season tackles, including two solo and 20 assists.
Running back Jacob Anthony received All-LKC First-Team Honors.
Anthony led the Red Devils in rushing yards with 784 in 122 carries for the season. He had 5 touchdowns.
He was 3-0 passing with 2 interceptions.
On defense, Anthony had 76 tackles, including 39 solo and 37 assists.
On special teams, Anthony punted 28 times for 948 yards, averaging 33.86 yards per punt. He also was 1-10 on kickoff returns.
Junior running back Chase Hood received ALL-LKC Honorable Mention.
Hood had 568 yards in 84 carries and 6 TDs on the season.
He was 2-33 receiving.
Hood finished the season with 48 tackles, including 16 solo and 32 assists.