All-County Football Defense: Anderson was driver of Hubs' defense that nailed down opponents
North Hagerstown's Tre Anderson is The Herald-Mail's Washington County Football Defensive Player of the Year for 2012. (By Joe Crocetta/Staff Photographer)
Josh Miller, DL, Williamsport
Leading tackler in Washington County had 112 stops and 4 1/2 sacks this season.
Sabre Mkamba, DL, South Hagerstown
Finished with 75 tackles and 5 1/2 sacks.
Matt Ritter, DL, North Hagerstown
All-MVAL Antietam first team selection on both lines. Ritter had 52 tackles (3 for loss), 5 1/2 sacks and two forced fumbles.
Ian McMillen, LB, Boonsboro
Inside backer led the Warriors with 92 tackles, including 49 solo stops.
Oladipo Sadipe, LB, Saint James
Saints’ intense leader missed four games due to injury, but had 70 tackles in just five games.
Andrew Wells, LB, South Hagerstown
Rebels’ top tackler finished with 80 from his inside position.
Ryan Aaron, DB, Clear Spring
Aaron’s versatility and athleticism made opponents account for him on both sides of the ball. Had three interceptions defensively; threw for more than 600 yards and ran for more than 200 on offense.
Gabe Fridgen, DB, North Hagerstown
Heavy hitter was the Hubs’ leading tackler with 109, including 71 solo stops and six tackles for loss. He forced three fumbles and had six interceptions, returning two for touchdowns.
Jakerian Jones, DB, South Hagerstown
Good cover corner had six interceptions, including three in Rebels’ win over Thomas Johnson.
Zach Poffenberger, DB, Boonsboro