Miner football players earn honors

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Six San Manuel High School football players have received honors from the Arizona Interscholastic Association (AIA). The AIA recognizes outstanding student athletes for their performance on the field each year.

This year’s Division V, Section III All Section Second Team included Jonathan Croci (receiver/tight ends), John Ruiz (running back), Bryce Main (defensive lineman), and Andre Sierra (punt returner).

San Manuel players making the First All Section team were Anthony Garcia (defensive lineman) and Danny Quijada (linebacker).

The Division V All Division Second team selection from the San Manuel Miners were Bryce Main (defensive lineman) and Anthony Garcia (defensive lineman). Danny Quijada was named the First Team All Division linebacker.

The All-Section and All-Division teams are chosen by the coaches. Each head coach nominates athletes from their school for recognition. The coaches within each section and division then vote for the players.

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