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Carver High School's Jeremy Johnson is FEVER Star Athlete of the Year

Carver's Jeremy Johnson and WSFA 12 sports director Jeff Shearer during the announcement of Johnson's win. Carver's Jeremy Johnson and WSFA 12 sports director Jeff Shearer during the announcement of Johnson's win.
Jeremy Johnson's trophy Jeremy Johnson's trophy
MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -

The WSFA 12 Sports Team held its 9th annual Fever Player of the Year award ceremony Tuesday evening, inviting all of the football players who were Star Athletes of the Week for the 2012 season. 

Each of those on hand was treated to a Thick Burger from Hardees and was awarded a trophy for their hard work during the season. 

The Star Athlete of the Year was also announced. Jeremy Johnson of Carver High School took home the honor, and a large trophy.

Congrats to each of these young men!

Those who were a FEVER STAR ATHLETE of the WEEK for 2012 include:

WEEK 01
  - FRANK MOODY - ST. JAMES

WEEK 02 - BRANDON WILSON - STANHOPE ELMORE 

WEEK 03 - KYLE WHITE - MACON EAST

WEEK 04 - DYLAN INGRAM - EDGEWOOD ACADEMY 

WEEK 05 - STEADMAN BETHEA - TRINITY

WEEK 06 - COURTNEY DOWNING - CHARLES HENDERSON

WEEK 07 - ALLEN WOOD - TRINITY

WEEK 08 - JOSH THOMAS - MONTGOMERY ACADEMY

WEEK 09 - CHASE SHORT - STRAUGHN

WEEK 10 - KIT BIRDSONG - MONTGOMERY ACADEMY

WEEK 11 - JAKE SANDLIN - TRINITY

WEEK 12 - DARYL GEORGE - STRAUGHN

 

Previous STAR ATHLETE of the YEAR winners include:

Tommy Trott – Trinity ('04)

Larry Smith – Prattville ('05)

Josh Hunter – Montgomery Academy ('06)

Justin Albert – Prattville ('07)

Andrew Pitts – Carver ('08)

Calvin Jenkins – Auburn ('09)

Jamal Golden – Wetumpka ('10)

Justin Thomas – Prattville ('11)

Jeremy Johnson - Carver ('12)

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