January 14, 2011 at 6:31 PM EST - Updated June 23 at 6:04 AM
The postseason hardware was handed out at Willie's Sports Cafe in Mason on Wednesday, saluting the best in high school football this year in the Cincinnati area.
Colerain quarterback Tyler Williams was named our Cincinnati Offensive Player of the Year.
After making a splash as a running back for two seasons for Colerain, Williams took over under center for the Cardinals in his senior season. The transition went smoothly as he with 1,654 yards and 20 touchdowns on the ground and added 534 yards and 11 more scores through the air, leading Colerain to the Region 4 finals.
Williams played in 35 games at Colerain and rushed for school records of 3,816 yards, 47 total touchdowns and 284 points. The 5-foot-7, 155 pound Akron-bound senior ran for a career-high 1,654 yards, 20 touchdowns, threw for 534 yards and tossed 11 touchdowns on his way to Cincinnati Enquirer Division I Player of the Year, GMC Co-Athlete of the Year and Second Team All-Southwest District honors.
Other nominations included Dakota Dartis (North College Hill), Aaron Kemper (Winton Woods), Andrew Kummer (LaSalle), Jalin Marshall (Middletown), Nick Lawley (CHCA), and Jamire Westbrook (Kings).