Frontier Athletic Conference announces All-FAC football selections, eight from Highland County including Tri-Player of the Year Burns


The Frontier Athletic Conference released the All-FAC football team and final league standings on Friday at noon.

The list includes eight Highland County players including Tri-Player of the Year Deon Burns.

FAC co-champions the Hillsboro Indians led the league with a total of six players receiving honors.

The Blue Lions of Washington Court House saw five of their players named to the team while Fayette County rival Miami Trace had two.

The Jackson Ironmen beat Chillicothe in the last game of the season to earn FAC co-champion honors and saw five of their players nominated All-FAC performers, including Tri-POY Brice Parks.

Chillicothe is represented by four players on the list including the third member of the Tri-POY group J’Quan Harris.

The McClain Tigers round out the list with two players of their own honored for their performances in the FAC this season.

Listed below are the final FAC football standing along with the Tri-Players of the Year and the All-FAC team list separated by school.

FAC Records

Hillsboro 4-1

Jackson 4-1

Chillicothe 3-2

Washington 3-2

McClain 1-4

Miami Trace 0-5

Tri- Players of the Year:

Hillsboro- Deon Burns POY

Jackson- Brice Parks POY

Chillicothe- J’Quan Harris POY



Lane Cluff

Josh Keets

Max Conover

Mason Swayne

Mark Gallimore


Brody Landrum

Matt Humphreys

Jared Icenhower

Caleb Haller


Eric Anderson

Dalton Mischal


Dillon Steward

Gio Thomas

Richard Burns

Omar Porter

Jamie McCane

Miami Trace

Dalton Mayer

Justin Shoemaker


Chris Postage

Nick Erslan

Pat Rourke

Ryan Applegate is the sports editor for The Times-Gazette. Reach Ryan Applegate at 937-402-2572, or on Twitter @RCApplegate89.

By Ryan Applegate

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