Posted: Sunday, 18 November 2012 5:25PM

2012 Football MVP Poll Results

Nearly 11,000 fans voiced their opinion in this year's "football MVP" poll question.  The winner by a narrow margin was Monett senior Kurran Blamey, who helped lead the Cubs to one of hteir best seasons ever, eventually falling to top ranked John Burroughs in the class 3 semifinals.  Lebanon's Brock West was close behind in the voting with Ozark's Cody Lindsay a distant third.  Thanks to everyone for voting and stay tuned for more poll questions.

2012 Football MVP Poll Results

Jaelon Acklin, MV-BT/Liberty 811 Votes (7%)

Kurran Blamey, Monett 3352 Votes (31%)
Logan Bryan, Skyline 222 Votes (2%)
Dalton Gulick, Miller 680 Votes (6%)
Jonah Hill, Hillcrest 180 Votes (2%)
Cole Jenkins, Parkview 381 Votes (4%)
Cody Lindsay, Ozark 1160 Votes (11%)
Rafe Peavey, Bolivar 66 Votes (1%)
Jacob Wade, Strafford 668 Votes (6%)
Brock West, Lebanon 3298 Votes (30%)
  Total Votes: 10818

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