Newcastle’s J.D. Brice MVP
He rushed for 2,099 yards—809 yards more than anyone else in the area; he made 37 rushing touchdowns that led to seven consecutive team wins, 18 passing touchdowns, 92 tackles, five interceptions, and three fumble recoveries in 2018. Newcastle High School’s First Team Running Back J.D. Brice earned the Times Record News Super Six MVP title.
Brice was recognized for his achievements in the Times Record News, which lauds Brice an easy selection for MVP. “It was Brice’s all-around importance to one of the area’s best six-man teams that made him an easy selection as the Times Record News’ Super Six Most Valuable Player.”
The 5” 9’ 170 lbs Running Back is scheduled to graduate from Newcastle High School in 2020. Area sports fans anticipate another stellar season. His coach, Julian Menchaca, recognizes Brice’s natural abilities according to Times Record News. “He’s a special player—one of those guys who kept everybody levelheaded and kept everybody smooth,” Mechana said.