Cagle named District Co-Tight End of the Year
By Austin Smith
After announcing the All-District selections, one name was mistakenly left out of the January 3 issue. Senior tight end/ defensive end Noah Cagle was named the District 1A Co-Tight End of the Year for his efforts in the 2018 season.
While Cagle spent most of his snaps at a traditional tight end position, he was one of Coach Todd Wilson’s most versatile players. He also lined up as a wide receiver and fullback. He caught 15 passes for 159 yards with his lone trip to the end zone coming on a two-point conversion against Mooreland at the tail end of the Whippets four-game winning streak.
He was also a key contributor in the blocking game that helped Sam Osterhout rush for 1,348 yards on the season. On the defensive side, he started at defensive end next to Brycen Demoss, Taylor Biggs and Ryan Schultz to make up one of the most physical defensive fronts in the district.
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