Coach Tom McVey led the Milford Bulldogs to a perfect 10-0 regular season record. Milford finished 3-0 in district play claiming the Division II District 12 Championship.
McVey was named District 12-6man Coach of the Year along with ten Bulldogs that received All-District Honors.
Milford saw there perfect season shattered at the hands of the Woodson Cowboys for the second straight year in the second round of the UIL 6-man state playoffs.
The Bulldogs had a great season with an explosive offensive attack and a stingy defense. The “Dawgs” concluded their season with a 10-1 record, and it was a standout season for several of the Bulldogs.
Most Valuable Player honors went Malcolm Wadley and Craig Deckard, while Newcomer of the Year was wrapped-up by freshman, Jamaar Davis.
Milford earned seven offensive first team selections and one on the second team. (QB) Adrian Pendleton, (RB) Malcolm Wadley, (UB) Derek Williamson (WR) Avery Love, (TE) Doug Moore, and (C/K). Ruben Garza who received dual honors all were named to the First Team. (WR) Jamaar Davis earned Second Team honors.
Defensively Milford filled seven of the top district spots. First Teams honors went to (NG) Blue Myers, (DL) Craig Deckard, (LB) Adrian Pendleton, and (CB) Malcolm Wadley. (DL) Jamaar Davis, (LB) Derek Williamson, and (CB) Demarcus McGruder were named to the Second Team.
MVP Malcolm Wadley carried the ball 77 times for 1,100 yards and nine touchdowns. He also threw for 695 yards, completing on 26 of 59 attempts with 11 touchdowns and only five interceptions. Malcolm added to offensive stats recording four receptions for 81 yards and two touchdowns. Defensively he wrapped up 106 tackles and three interceptions.
Defensive MVP Craig Deckard was the heart of the Bulldog’s defense with a team high 150 tackles.
Newcomer of the Year Jamaar Davis put up some big numbers in his freshman season. Offensively Davis picked up 141 yards on the ground with four of his 14 carries resulting in touchdowns. He also recorded three receiving touchdowns on four receptions with 111 yards.
Defensively Jamaar had 57 tackles, three fumble recoveries, and an interception.
The exciting Derek Williamson tallied up 1,533 all-purpose yards, surpassing the 1,000 yard mark on the ground with a team high 17 rushing touchdowns.
Williamson added four receiving touchdowns and threw for two more. Derek also picked up 79 tackles on the defensive side of the ball.
Adrian Pendleton completed an impressive 73 percent of hispasses for 552 yards and nine touchdowns. Pendleton alsocame away with 122 stops defensively.
First Team defensive selection Blue Myer anchored the middle of the Bulldog’s defensive line with 114 tackles on season.
Wide receiver Avery Love had four of his seven grabs go for scoring strikes with 168 yards receiving.
Dual First Team selection Ruben Garza, played a major role on the Bulldog offense. Garza’s honors were District 12’s best center and kicker. He was 28 of 44 kicking and had 18 catches for 344 yards and two touchdowns.
Demarcus McGruder was one of the Bulldog’s top targets. McGruder picked up 261 yards on 14 receptions and recorded 6 touchdowns. Defensively he had a total of 61 tackles and three interceptions.
Tight End Doug Moore landed First Team honors with six catches for 79 yards. Moore was one of the top blocking tight end in the district.