2013 Running backs of the Year

By wbng sports

December 1, 2013 Updated Dec 1, 2013 at 1:22 AM EDT

(WBNG Binghamton) In Class A, there are few running backs that run as hard as Sammy Davis Jr. Davis helped set the tone for Union-Endicott offensively as the Tigers made it back to the state semis.

Despite coming back from a knee injury last year, there was no hesitation for the U-E senior. He ran for more than 1,600 yards and over 20 touchdowns.

Our Class B running back of the year Maine-Endwell's Darnell Woolfolk is also a downhill runner. Possibly best illustrated by some of his vicious stiff arms, Woolfolk has run for over 1,400 yards and 20 scores. He's also anchored the Spartan defense as they've won 37 straight games.

In the spread it out Patriots offense, you need some shifty offensive weapons, and few have been as elusive as Binghamton's Amman Weaver. The Patriot senior ran for over a thousand yards and double-digit touchdowns this season as the Pats fell in the section title game.

Lansing's Tyler Winslow was part of a dual threat running game for the Bobcats. Winslow and quarterback Elijah Burns split time running past and through defenses this season.

In Class D, Bill Kozak followed up a breakout season last year, with another special campaign. Kozak's rushing helped Sidney earn a spot in the Class D playoffs, and he earns our Class D running back of the year honors.