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January 11—The Vidalia High School Indians Football team held the 2018 Indian Awards Banquet Thursday night at the Vidalia First Baptist Church. Head Coach Lee Chomskis and the coaching staff handed out awards to the players after a 9-2 season and making it to the first round of the state playoffs.

Some of the Varsity Awards included: Special Teams MVP Grady Blount, Offensive MVP Chris Gay, Offensive Coaches Award Robert Brown, Defensive MVP Nyshun Bell, Defensive Coaches Award Bryant Phillips, the Buck Cravey Award (Effort and Character) Cailyn Jordan, the Charles Wood Memorial Award (Overcame Adversity) went to Kaleb Henry and the Teresa Morris Award (Servant) to Carson McClellan. The winner of the Jack Sasser Award given to a booster or fan was Darren McClellan.

“It is always nice to be able to award your kids at the end of the year. We had a good year at 9-2 and I think we all would have liked to have won a few more games. This was a special senior group just because of the character of the kids. It was a large group of guys who had really bought in. We are going to miss them but we are excited to get to see them go out on a positive note.” Head Coach Lee Chomskis said. 1 11 19 VHS Football Awards

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