Echo v Huntington football

Echo quarterback Javon Curiel looks for a receiver during a 68-6 win Sept. 17, 2021, over the Huntington Locomotives in Echo. Curiel was named the Special District 4 Co-Offensive Player of the Year.

ECHO — Echo senior Javon Curiel, who played quarterback and wide receiver for the Cougars, was named the Special District 4 Co-Offensive Player of the Year. He also was a second-team defensive back.

Curiel was one of three Cougars named to the first team. He is joined by junior defensive lineman Mason Murdock, and sophomore quarterback Dom Curiel.

Javon Curiel averaged 100 receiving yards and one touchdown a game. At quarterback, he threw for an average of 45 yards a game.

Dom Curiel averaged 213 yards passing and two touchdowns a game, while Murdock averaged seven tackles, two quarterback sacks and a fumble recovery an outing.

Echo also had a number of players named to the second team and honorable mention team.

The Cougars finished the season with a 4-3 record, and outscored their opponents on average 33-26 per game.

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