The 2012 He-Man Punt, Pass and Kick Competition winners were crowned last weekend at the â€śJody Ray Sports Complex.â€ť
The sixth annual Junior He-Man Punt, Pass and Kick Competition took place Saturday afternoon.
The L'il Me-Man Division champion was Zayden Dennis, who scored 37 points and earned $75. He won the tire throw, field goal and read and recognition events.
Sarah Carroll was second (32 points, $30) and Brandon Carshall was third (17, $20). Carshall also was named the Most Improved Athlete for this year's event, while Aaron Carroll won the â€śGot-A-Man Downâ€ť Award.
In the Junior He-Man Division, Easton Francis claimed the top prize with 50 points and earned $75 plus a $20 gift certificate to Warehouse Willy's. He won the tire throw event.
Coming in second was Layne Dennis (48 points, $30 and $10 LaHuerta's Mexican Restaurant gift certificate). He won the read and recognition event.
Daz McMillin was third (45 points, $20 and a free lunch at Maria's Mexican Restaurant). He was named the Most Improved Athlete at this year's event.
â€śBig Eâ€ť Ethan Harrison won the â€śGot-A-Man Downâ€ť Award, while Ian McRorey won the field goal event.
Sunday was the 19th annual He-Man Punt, Pass and Kick Competition. Justin â€śBad Leroyâ€ť Brown, representing the Cameron High School Class of 1997, won first place with 59 points to earn $165 plus a $20 gift certificate to Warehouse Willy's.
Andrew â€śDowntownâ€ť Brown was second in this year's event with 55 points to earn $30 and a $10 gift certificate to LaHuerta's Mexican Restaurant.
Larry â€śButchâ€ť Howard was third (51 points, $20, free lunch at Maria's Mexican Restaurant), and was named the â€śComeback Player of the Year.â€ť
This year's Most Improved Athlete Award winner was Jeremy â€śCliveâ€ť Kinsey, while Michael Carsello was presented the â€śGot-A-Man Downâ€ť Award.
On Saturday, Zayden Dennis got out of the truck, and told me that he was â€śgoing to shock the world.â€ť He delivered!
Zayden won every event, and took home first place in the L'il He-Man Division. He'll probably win The Heisman next year!
It was muddy as usual, and all the kids went crazy â€” thus, making me crazy!
But it was really fun, and we all had a great time!
On Sunday, Joey Clary made his first throw through the tire, and started â€śTebow-ingâ€ť (kneeling down in prayer like the Denver Broncos quarterback does after he scores a touchdown).
Mitch Simpson showed up with a â€śGiantsâ€ť football, and he did great for his rookie year.
Chad Yandell was our repairman â€” thanks!
Justin â€śBad Leroyâ€ť Brown won this year's He-Man Punt, Pass and Kick Competition after finishing second to yours truly last year â€” congratulations.
I want to give a huge thank you to all of this year's sponsors â€” The Community State Bank, Green Country Trophies and Screen Printing, Spider Webb Farm Implements, Warehouse Willy's, LaHuerta's Mexican Restaurant and Maria's Mexican Restaurant.
We'll do this again next year â€” same time, same place!
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