Two members of the Winner High School football team have been named to the class 11B All-State team. Named to the team are Levi McClanahan and Riley Calhoon.
The All-State team consists of 20 seniors, five juniors and three sophomores.
McClanahan is a linebacker on the all state team. “A true run stopper with a real nose for football,” said Winner coach Dan Aaker. McClanahan had 89 tackles and five for a loss and was the Warriors defensive MVP. The 5-9 190 pound linebacker made 159 tackles and four sacks in his career while serving as the defensive captain as a senior.
Calhoon is a defensive back on the all state team. The 5-8 145 pounder was not deterred by his smaller size playing as Winner’s best cover and run support defensive back. He had 35 tackles and an interception for the Warriors while adding big play threat on offense. “He is small in stature but makes up for it with his natural athletic ability and physical play,” said Aaker.