The Avon Eagles have a long history of setting the standard when it comes to top-notch players.
This year is no different.
On Nov. 14, junior quarterback Ryan Maloy was named the recipient of the Matt Wilhelm Award during a ceremony at the Hooley House in Westlake.
“It means a lot,” Maloy said of the award. “I’ve been working hard this season and I couldn’t have done it without my teammates pushing me hard. And the support of my family and coaches the entire way has meant the most.”
Maloy edged four other strong finalists to claim the second Wilhelm Award: Firelands slot receiver/safety Nick Denney, Bay running back/linebacker Trey Psota, Amherst running back Khennedy Scagliozzo and Lorain quarterback Justin Sturgill.
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