A total of six Sweetwater High School football players have earned all-district recogntion from District 5-3A.
B.J. Walker was the only Mustang on the first team. Walker, a 210-pound senior, was named at outside linebacker after recording a team-high 88 tackles. He also made the second team as a running back after rushing for a team-high 650 yards and nine scores. He was also a second all-district running back last year.
Three other seniors — tight end Connor Stafford, receiver Tanner Crain and cornerback Cameron Fox — also made the second team. Crain and Stafford were the team’s top receivers with 23 and 14 catches, respectively, while Fox led the team in interceptions (3), passes defended (8) and fumbles forced or recovered (3).
Junior quarterback Taylor Jones and linebacker Sam Nemir each received all-district honorable mention. Jones completed 79 of 156 passes for 988 yards and eight touchdowns and ran for 521 yards and five TDs, while Nemir was second on the team with 79 tackles, including a team-high eight tackles for a loss.