MUHS, Mt. Abe football players named all-stars

ADDISON COUNTY — Senior Spencer Cadoret and junior Tyler Buxton from Middlebury Union High School in Division I and seniors Kevin Pearsall and Jacob Thomas from the Mount Abraham/Vergennes collective team in D-II were Vermont football coaches’ top selections for postseason honors.
Cadoret was selected as a First-Team D-I All-Star both as an offensive and defensive lineman, while Buxton was a First-Team D-I pick as both a running back and defensive back. 
Pearsall, a Mount Abe senior, made the D-II First Team as a running back, and Thomas, his classmate in Bristol, earned First-Team recognition as a defensive lineman. 
Many other Tigers earned either Second Team or Honorable Mention honors in D-I. 
Senior Wyatt Cameron led the way with two Second Team nods, as a tight end and punter, plus Honorable Mention as a defensive end.
Four more Tigers received Second-Team nods: senior Josh Kerr as a defensive lineman, seniors Zach Dunn and Simon Fischer as defensive backs, and junior Thatcher Trudeau as a linebacker.
Fischer also earned Honorable Mention as a running back, as did sophomore CJ Bryant as a fullback, sophomore Bode Rubright as a defensive end, and senior Tim Goettelmann as a defensive back. 
Three Eagles received Second Team D-II honors: Vergennes senior offensive lineman Cyrus Devine, and two Mount Abe seniors, linebacker Nevin Jemison and defensive back Parker Hines.

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