BC’s Clay Fisher named Class A All-State

BC’s Clay Fisher named Class A All-State
Central running back Clay Fisher takes a hand off from quarterback Cade Holter Sept. 28 at Alumni Coliseum. (Butte Sports file photo by Shelly Davis)

The Class A all-conference and All-State selections were released to the media today, and 10 players from Butte Central received honor.

Senior Clay Fisher led the way, taking home an All-State nod at running back. He was the lone member of the Maroons to make the All-State team. The other nine took home all-conference honors.

The honor came after Fisher ran for 942 yards and 10 touchdowns in eight games. He averaged 6.2 yards per carry and 117.8 per game. He also scored a touchdown receiving.

The 5-foot-8, 170-pound Fisher also received a second-team all-conference mention at safety. Last season, Fisher was All-State at safety and second-team all-conference at running back.

Juniors Aaron Richards and Braden Harrington were named first-team All-Conference. Richards took home the honor at offensive tackle, while Harrington made it as a punter.

Junior Matt Simpkins was named second-team all-conference at split back/tight end and defensive end.

Other second-team all-conference BC selections were senior Seth Gardner at guard and junior Guido Ossello at outside linebacker.

Seniors Luke Jensen (split back/tight end) and Cade Holter (free safety) and juniors Jared Simkins (defensive end) and Ian Williams (defensive line) received an all-conference honorable mention.

Carson Rostad and Camron Rothie of Hamilton shared the offensive MVP award. Hamilton’s Michael Golden and Frenchtown’s Jace Klucewich split the defensive MVP honor.

Former Dillon star Bryce Carver of Hamilton was named the Southwestern A Coach of the Year for the second straight season.

Click the links below to see the post-season honors for the entire Class A.

Central A

Eastern A

Northwestern A

Southwestern A

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