Seven Longhorns and three Cowboys received all-state recognition for the 2003 six-man football season.
The two teams received recognition at four of the 10 first-team defensive positions.
Logan senior Kirk Burns, who earned district player-of-the-year honors one week ago, was named to the all-state first team as a rush end and took second team honors as a running back.
No players from either team were named to the offensive first team.
Logan sophomore quarterback Drew Parez received second team honors as quarterback while senior House center Walter Henson earned second team honors.
“We only had three bad snaps all year out of him (Henson),” House coach Justin Foust said. “In key games we had to run the ball and we would just run behind him.”
Foust said House placed more players on the all-state team this year than any year in the program’s six-year history. House made the playoffs for the first time in school history this year. They were defeated in the first round by Melrose.
Logan notched their first ever playoff victory in school history in a win against Floyd before falling to eventual undefeated state champion Tatum in the state semifinal.
Area Six-Man All-State Teams
Kirk Burns (Jr.) — First team rush end, second team running back
Drew Parez (Soph.) — Second team quarterback
Josh Franco (Soph.) — Second team defensive back
J.D. Estrada (Jr.) — First team linebacker
Brett Sanders (Sr.) — First team kicker
Chris Martinez (Soph.) — HM lineman
Levi Baggett (Soph.) — HM rush end
Nathan Foust (Jr.) — First team defensive back, HM receiver
Walter Henson (Sr.) — Second team lineman
Seth Webb (Sr.) — HM defensive back