Archmere Football

Mitch Moyer breaks tackles and sprints 73 yards for a touchdown versus St. Mark's in an overtime victory.

43 Delaware high school football players have been honored by the Maxwell Football Club for their "Mini-Max" Awards.

The players were nominated by their coaches with three basic criteria guiding their choices:  football performance, academics and community service.

Delaware's Maxwell Award winner will be selected from the 43 nominees and the Mini Max winners and the overall winner will be honored at the 15th annual DIFCA All-State and Sportsmanship Banquet on Monday, January 28 at Dover Downs.

The banquet is open to the public and tickets can be purchased through the website for the Delaware Interscholastic Football Coaches Association (DIFCA)


A.I. duPont - Chad Jones

Appoquinimink - John Ngatia

Archmere - Mitchell Moyer

Brandywine - Zion Carr

Caesar Rodney - Jackson Rall

Cape Henlopen - Patrick Tkach

Caravel - Ethan DeRegis

Charter of Wilmington - Emmanuel Covington

Christiana - Warrick Galbert Jr.

Concord - Malik Wright

Conrad - Zakk Camilli

DMA - Andrew Hudson

Delcastle - Christian Richardson

Delmar - George "AJ" Angello

Dickinson - Joseph Patrick Bufano

Dover - Jordan Magee

FSMA - Nicholas Chafardon

Glasgow - Anthony Desanta

Hodgson - Daniel Douglas

Howard - Tyhir Harley

Indian River - Reshawn Turner

Lake Forest - Ja-Juan Reid

Laurel - Dalton Perdue

Middletown - Drew Fry

Milford - Rahshawn Price

Mount Pleasant - Zac Wallen

Newark - Dayton Swanhart

Polytech - Montrell Jones II

Red Lion - Isaiah Taylor

Salesianum - Logan Bushweller

Seaford - Dorian Steger

Smyrna - Saleem Wormley

St. Andrew's - Micah Turpin

St. Elizabeth - Ray Jones

St. Georges - Brian Benson

St. Mark's - Victor Marcelo

Sussex Central - Isaiah Barnes

Sussex Tech - Michael Norsworthy

McKean - Devon Taylor Jr.

Tower Hill - Dylan Nitsche

William Penn - Matt Hibbert

Friends - Peyton McNeill

Woodbridge - Brock Keeler

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