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Four Clarksville players selected for Toyota All-Star game

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By Jimmy Trodglen


CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. – Northeast will be well represented when the Toyota East vs. West Tennessee All-Star Classic returns to Fortera Stadium on Dec. 7.

Northeast running backs Fred Orr and Tyrique Freeman will play for the West team, while Eagles head coach Chad Watson will coach the offensive line. Linebacker Devon Dillehay was also selected to play in the all-star game, but will sit out after undergoing surgery for an injury he sustained in the Henry County game on Oct. 19.

Rossview kicker Zaden Webber was also named to the West All-Star team.

It’s been a busy week for Webber, who received an offer from Murray State and was named one of the six finalist for the TSSAA Kicker of the Year.

Webber made 11 of his 15 field goal attempts and was 21 of 22 on extra points. He had 24 touchbacks, including one kickoff that hit the crossbar. Webber took over as punter late in the season.

In nine games, Orr ran for 903 yards, averaged 8.8 yards a carry and scored six touchdowns. He also caught 25 passes for 376 yards and a touchdown.

Freeman ran for 1,290 yards and 13 touchdowns. He averaged 10.7 yards a carry. Freeman caught one pass this season, but it went for a 91-yard touchdown.

Even though he will miss the all-star game, Dillehay had 95 tackles in nine games, including 29 tackles for loss and 11 sacks. Dillehay had a role on offense where he finished with 445 all-purpose yards.

Webber, Orr, Freeman and Dillehay have received multiple scholarship offers, including offers from Division I programs.

Jimmy Trodglen, editor, Twitter@Tnsports360