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2012 All Foothill League football team

(As chosen by the coaches in the Foothill League)

 

Player of the Year

Sean Murphy QB Valencia

 

Offensive player of the year

Cade Apsay QB Canyon

 

Defensive player of the year

Anthony Costleigh LB Valencia

 

Lineman of the year

Juan Rodriguez OL Canyon

 

First team offense

Nick Jones        WR    Jr .   Valencia

Malik Townsend      WR    Jr.    Valencia

Jay Jay Wilson      WR    So.    Valencia

Jesse Heyer         OL    Sr.    Valencia

Drew Wolitarsky     WR    Sr.     Canyon

Paul Cornelius      OL    Sr.     Canyon

Chris Reed          OL    Jr.     Canyon

Connor Wingenroth   RB    Jr.     Hart

Trenton Irwin       WR    So.     Hart

Blake Porter       OL    Jr.     Hart

Kevin Lee           WR    Sr.     Saugus

Christian Stevenson OL    So.     Saugus

Eric Ramelli        OL    Sr.     West Ranch

Cole Murphy         K    Jr.     Valencia

 

First team defense

Tedric Thompson    SS     Sr.    Valencia

Jake Solley        DL     Sr.    Valencia

Aaren Dominguez    DB     Sr.    Valencia

Spencer Hixon       CB     Jr.    Valencia

Justin Derpic       LB     Sr.     Canyon

Ronnie Walker       DE     Jr.     Canyon

Myron McAfee       LB     So.     Canyon

John Perkins       DL     Sr.     Hart

Austin Murillo     DB     Sr.     Hart

Austin Davenport    LB    Jr.     Saugus

Dakota Taylor       DB    Jr.    Saugus

Jake Lambirth      DL    Sr.     West Ranch

Griffin Scott       P    Sr.     Hart

 

Second team offense

James Berkley        RB    Sr.    Valencia

Dillon Javier        OL    Sr.    Valencia

Daniel Castro        RB    Sr.    Canyon

Liam Cabrera        WR    So.    Canyon

Jesse Gutierrez      WR    Sr.    Canyon

Davis Koppenhaver    WR    Jr.    Hart

Austin Lee          OL    Sr.     Hart

Chris Hamilton       QB    So.    Saugus

Mark Langford        WR    So.    Saugus

Rawston Redick       WR    Sr.    West Ranch

Mark Collins        RB    Sr.    West Ranch

Leon Jacobs         RB    Sr.     Golden Valley

Angie Weiner         K    Sr.    Saugus

 

Second team defense

Jourdan Nguyen       DE    Jr.    Valencia

Grayson Largman      DT    Sr.     Valencia

Esteban Vasquez      NT    Sr.    Canyon

Israel Cabrera       DB    So.    Canyon

Max Kramer           DL    Sr.    Hart

Garrett Updegraft    LB    Jr.    Hart

Blake Austin         LB    Jr.    Saugus

Reed Rupe            DB    Jr.    Saugus

Blaine Littleford    DL    Sr.    West Ranch

Andrew Eichten       LB    Sr.    West Ranch

Chris Hamilton       LB    Sr.    Golden Valley

Austin McKinney      P     Jr.     Saugus

 

Honorable mention    

Zachary Cuha        Sr.    Canyon

Chase Lewis         Sr.     Golden Valley

Wes Fitzpatrick     Jr.    Hart

Denley Rodriguez     Sr.    Saugus

Michael Carter      Sr.    Valencia

Miguel Alvarado     Sr.     West Ranch

 

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