TeamFetchYourNews Sports Reporter’s Player of the Week goes out to 88 Jalen Ingram. Jalen Ingram is a Sophomore at Fannin County High School. Ingram plays Tight End and Defensive Line for the Fannin Rebels. Ingram played a good game Friday night, scoring a 24-yard touchdown for the Rebels. Ingram gained a combined total of 75+ yards in kickoff returns for the Rebels. In the third quarter of the game on Friday, Holloway made a 30-yard connection with Ingram getting the Rebels closer to Trojans red zone.
TeamFYNSports Reporter’s Player of the Week goes to #15 Chandler Kendall! Kendall is a senior at Fannin County High School. Kendall plays both offense (Wide Receiver) and defense (Defensive Back) for the Fannin Rebels. Kendall played a great game last Friday night against the East Hall Vikings. Offensively, Kendall had one 49-yard touchdown. Defensively, Kendall made 6 tackles total, 1 interception, and broke up a pass attempt. TeamFYNSports looks forward to seeing all that Kendall is capable of as the season continues.
TeamFYNSports Reporter’s Player of the Week goes to number 12 quarterback Luke Holloway! Holloway is a sophomore at Fannin County High School. Holloway’s improvement week after week contributed to the Rebels securing a home region win against Cherokee Bluff. As a sophomore, Holloway showed leadership as he connected with Chandler Kendall and Jalen Ingram and handed off to Treylyn Owensby and Will Mosley for a combined total of 6 touchdowns. Week after week Holloway seems more confident and much more comfortable as the sophomore Fannin Rebels quarterback. Congratulations, again, to Luke Holloway from TeamFYNSports.
FetchYourNews Sports Reporter’s Player of the Week goes to Junior #32 Treylyn Owensby! Owensby had a magnificent game Friday night against the Chestatee War Eagles. Owensby played great defense and offense against the War Eagles. Offensively, Owensby gained give or take 200-yards (official stats not available at time of article). Owensby has brought an aggressive component to Rebels offense each game since the season began. Defensively, Owensby played well as he made several tackles and had assisted tackles throughout the game. Fetch Your News can’t wait to see what else Owensby brings to the rest of the season! Way to go, Owensby!
Fannin Rebels TeamFYNSports sports writer’s player of the week, Junior #35 Will Mosley. Mosley played strong defensively and offensively against the Union Panthers. Mosley made several tackles along with rushing for the Rebels’ only touchdown in the game. Thus far in the season, it’s reported on MaxPreps that Mosley has had a total of 25 tackles and 44 yards rushing. TeamFYNSports looks forward to seeing what all Mosley brings to the table this season. Way to go, Mosley!
Fannin Sports Reporter’s Player of the Week is Junior Tight End, #26, Jackson Weeks! Weeks was selected for playing hard and bringing his crush ‘em attitude in Friday nights game against the Lafayette Ramblers. Weeks had a total of 12 tackles: 8 tackles, 4 Assists and 3 Tackles for Loss and 2 Pressures. Weeks, along with Fannin Defense, held tight to the Lafayette Ramblers and did their best to keep the Ramblers from scoring. Even though the Ramblers brought home the W, they had to really fight the Rebels defense to get there and without a doubt returned home with some bruises. Way to go Weeks!
Way to go Rebels Defense! Get some rest over the holiday weekend! Fetch Your News looks forward to your next game against Union!
Fannin County Rebels number 55, Mason Rhodes, brought a great game of defense Friday night against Gilmer County’s Bobcats. Rhodes, along with the rest of the Rebels defense, shut down any chance of Bobcats scoring leaving the final score of the game 28-0. Rhodes seemed to have brought a strong mental toughness and ‘hit ‘em and hit ‘em hard’ attitude as Rhodes had 10 tackles, 4 assists and 1 tackle for loss—a total of 14 tackles. Rhodes set the tone for defense and kept the Bobcats from scoring the entire game. We hope to see more defense in like this in Rebels future.
This week’s #TeamFYNSports Sports Writer Player Of The Week is kicker Sarah Sosebee. The sophomore had an impressive opening game last Friday against rival Gilmer, making 100% of her PAT’s (6) and becoming the first female athlete to score in a Fannin County High School football game in FCHS history. You can catch Sosebee and the rest of the Rebels on the road on September 1st, when they travel to Ringgold to take down the Tigers of Region 6-AAA.