Posted On: 11/18/20 8:30 AM

The 2020 season was a rollercoaster for teams all across Colorado, and the eight schools in Pueblo County were no exception with five of them having dealt with a COVID-19 case at some point in the season.

Despite the canceled games and weeks on the sidelines, plenty of player stood out during the 2020 campaign.

Here is a look at who shined the brightest in the Steel City:

George LongoriaGeorgeLongoria5'10" | RBPueblo South | 2021StateCO, RB, Pueblo South, 2021

The Colts’ senior entered 2020 as the reigning rushing champion of Class 3A when he ran the ball 338 times for 1,896 yards and 23 TDs.

Unfortunately, the Colts missed the first two weeks of the season due to COVID, but Longoria hasn’t missed a beat.

In the Colts four games, all wins, Longoria handled the rock 129 times for 816 yards and 12 TDs, plus an average run of 6.3 yards, an improvement from his 5.6 yards per carry in 2019.

Pueblo South qualified for the Class 3A tournament as the No. 4 seed and has already advanced to the semifinals as their first round opponent in No. 5 seed Mead had to drop out

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