Trey Feeney of Moorhead is AP Player of the Year

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Trey Feeney of Moorhead has been chosen the Associated Press Player of the Year in Minnesota by statewide media who voted. additionally to Player of the Year, the AP also unveiled this year’s all-state teams Wednesday night.

The senior quarterback, who is 6-foot-3, 195 pounds, led the state in touchdown passes (36), completions (137), and finished second in yards (1,965), behind Hancock’s Preston Rohloff this year, consistent with stats submitted to the Hs Football Hub.

Powered by Feeney’s performance, Moorhead finished its fall campaign with a powerful 7-0 overall record, which incorporates a 63-7 blowout of Alexandria to cap the pandemic-shortened season on Nov. 20. Feeney, a University of North Dakota commit, completed 27-of-38 passes for the Spuds and threw seven touchdowns against Alexandria. He also ran for 2 touchdowns within the finale.

Feeney is joined by fellow Spud Brady Walthall as a first-team selection. Walthall caught 14 touchdowns and had 797 receiving yards this season. Walthall caught two of Feeney’s TD passes within the victory over Alexandria.

Lakeville South and Minneapolis North also had two players apiece earn first-team honors. The Cougars boast offensive lineman Riley Mahlman and defensive back Reid Patterson. The Polars, meanwhile, feature Mario Sanders, who was the voters’ all-purpose pick, and back Terrance Kamara. North also had a pair of players make the second team in quarterback Zach Yeager and Davon Townley, a defensive lineman.

View the tables below to ascertain the selections for both teams.