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December 19, 2013

H.S. FOOTBALL: Reddick, Breese earn All-State honors

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HARRISBURG —

CLASS AAA

OFFENSE

Quarterback
s

Billy Fessler, Cathedral Prep, 6-1, 175 senior

Nick Marsilio, Bishop McDevitt, 6-3, 185 junior

Running Backs

Jarrett McClenton, Archbishop Wood, 5-8, 160 junior

Andre Robinson, Bishop McDevitt, 5-11, 205 junior

Marc Royer, Manheim Central, 5-9, 180 junior

Wide Receivers

Kobay White, Bishop McDevitt, 6-0, 185 sophomore

Alex Greenawalt, Cathedral Prep, 6-4, 205 senior

Thaddius Smith, Cardinal O’Hara, 5-9, 170 senior

Jake Del Priore, Southern Lehigh, 5-9, 160 senior

Tight End

Zach Talley, Lansdale Catholic, 6-3, 225 senior

Offensive Linemen

Brett Kulka, General McLane, 6-5, 245 senior

Devonne Barnes, Cathedral Prep, 6-3, 272 senior


Ryan Bates, Archbishop Wood, 6-5, 285 junior

Chad Zunich, Manheim Central, 6-3, 315 junior

Jordan Mosley, Bishop McDevitt, 6-2, 280 senior

Athletes

Josh Messina, Archbishop Wood, 5-10, 185 senior

Aidan Brosious, Conrad Weiser, 6-2, 200 senior

Ryan Saunders, Jim Thorpe, 5-10, 172 senior

Kicker

Spencer Herrington, Clearfield, 5-11, 168 junior

DEFENSE

Defensive Linemen


James Trucilla, Cathedral Prep, 6-1, 256 junior

Noah Beh, Scranton Prep, 6-7, 260 senior

Mike Perloski, Bishop McDevitt, 6-1, 235 senior

Bryce Mostoller, Somerset, 6-3, 225 junior

Darrious Carter, Indiana, 6-5, 205 senior

Linebackers

Chase Winovich, Thomas Jefferson, 6-4, 215 senior

Jake Cooper, Archbishop Wood, 6-3, 230 junior

Logan Eller, Somerset, 6-0, 200 junior

Tory Delmonico, West Allegheny, 6-2, 203 senior

Nate Monroe, Bishop McDevitt, 6-0, 205 senior

Collin Kendrick, Southern Lehigh, 6-1, 212 senior

Defensive Backs

Felix Manus-Schell, Cathedral Prep, 6-1, 180 senior

Marlon Tyree, Cathedral Prep, 6-2, 180 senior


Malik Hooker, New Castle, 6-2, 185 senior

Athlete

Christian Lezzer, Clearfield, 6-1, 218 senior

Player of the Year: Andre Robinson, Bishop McDevitt

Coach of the Year: Steve Devlin, Archbishop Wood

CLASS A

OFFENSE

Quarterback
s

Michael Pietropola, Wellsboro, 6-1, 185 junior

Lenny Williams, Sto-Rox, 6-0, 200 senior

Blake Over, Northern Bedford, 6-5, 190 senior

Running Backs

Brandon Yescavage, Old Forge, 6-2, 190 senior

Daiqwon Buckley, Dunmore, 5-11, 225 senior

Dominick Bragalone, South Williamsport, 5-11, 200 junior

Blake Reddick, Lakeview, 6-1, 180 senior

Wide Receivers

Colby Klingerman, Bloomsburg, 5-11, 175 senior

Brandon Owlett, Wellsboro, 5-10, 165 senior

Tight End

Mike Feryo, Schuylkill Haven, 6-4, 240 senior

Offensive Linemen

Ryan Paulish, Old Forge, 6-4, 290 senior

Ryan Long, North Catholic, 6-2, 250 senior

Tyler Cavenas, Mahanoy Area, 6-5, 260 senior

James McHale, Dunmore, 6-7, 300 senior

Paul Papi, Old Forge, 6-0, 228 senior

Josh Tripp, Southern Columbia, 6-5, 270 senior

Athletes

Luke Rarig, Southern Columbia, 6-0, 180 junior

James Warren, Steelton-Highspire, 5-11, 170 senior

PJ Fulmore, North Catholic, 5-8, 180 junior

DEFENSE

Defensive Linemen


Nick Little, Bishop Guilfoyle, 6-2, 229 senior

Nazar Mironenko, Mifflinburg, 6-1, 280 senior

Joey Bruno, Old Forge, 6-3, 250 senior

Jarred Fragapane, North Catholic, 6-3, 235 senior

Sam Breese, Lakeview, 6-1, 280 senior

Linebackers

Shane Schuback, Old Forge, 6-1, 225 senior

Cody Pavlick, Southern Columbia, 6-2, 215 senior

Lukas Damian, Marian Catholic, 6-2, 227 senior

Jorden Sekol, Old Forge, 6-2, 210 senior

Brian Doty, Wellsboro, 6-0, 255 senior

Defensive Backs

Jake Manetti, Old Forge, 6-0, 185 senior

Cale Bruso, Tri-Valley, 6-0, 155 senior

Tre Tipton, Apollo-Ridge, 6-1, 161 junior

Athletes

Clintell Gillaspie, Monessen, 6-0, 225 senior

Cole Barnhardt, Williams Valley, 5-9, 170 senior

Co-Players of the Year: Brandon Yescavage, Old Forge; Dominick Bragalone, South Williamsport.

Coach of the Year: Bob Ravenstahl, North Catholic

 

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