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Football Corpe HCAC defensive MVP

Gingrich, Cantwell, Coble, Moser also honored.
Posted on Nov. 16, 2012 at 12:00 a.m.

GREENWOOD – Zack Corpe, a Memorial High School graduate and Franklin College junior defensive back/kick returner, has been named defensive MVP for the 2012 Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference football season.

Bluffton senior offensive lineman Thomas Gingrich, a Goshen High School graduate, is also on the all-HCAC first team.

Area second-teamers include Manchester junior offensive lineman Adam Cantwell (Concord) and Manchester sophomore defensive lineman Stephen Coble (Edwardsburg). Anderson sophomore linebacker Nater Moser (Penn) received honorable mention.



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