Christian County High School placed nine players on the 2012 All-Western Kentucky Conference football team.

The list was released last week but the Kentucky New Era was not provided with the list.

According to a story in the Princeton Times Leader, Christian County was represented on the Big School team by quarterback Ryan Knight, running back Korey Mosley, wide receiver Jeff Alexander and offensive lineman Tate Baker. Also making the team for the Colonels were defensive lineman Michael Thomas, lineman Tevin Toler, defensive back Juan Jones, defensive back Devon Wharton and kicker Taylor Cunningham.

Hopkinsville also was well-represented with wide receiver Garrett Fann, linebacker Travis Cunningham and defensive back Robert Bell earning recognition.

On the Small School team, Fort Campbell was represented by lineman Koty Hix and defensive lineman Christian Noble.

Caldwell County players making the team included running back Jaylen Boyd, wide receiver Tez Sivils and defensive lineman Cole Webster.

The overall team included Christian County’s Mosley and Jones, Fort Campbell’s Noble and Hix and Caldwell County’s Sivils and Webster.

Graves County coach Lance Gregory was chosen Coach of the Year.

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