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December 19, 2012

VirginiaPreps.com 2012 AAA All-State Team

All-State Related: 2012 Triple A All State "Underclass" Team

Another outstanding year of high school football is behind us and what better way was there to wrap up the season than to have four undefeated teams battle for the Division Five and Division Six state championships on the turf at Scott Stadium.


Neither game disappointed as the outcome of the Lake Taylor versus Stone Bridge and L.C. Bird versus Ocean Lakes games hung in the balance until the game's final minutes.

As would seem likely, the four title game programs lead the way on the 2012 VirginiaPreps.com All-State team as well. Division Six state champion L.C. Bird led the way with four players honored on the first team while runners-up Ocean Lakes placed three on the first team roster. Division Five state champion Lake Taylor had the most players selected overall with a total of six earning either first or second team honors while runners-up Stone Bridge put two on the first team and two on the second.

In total, 32 programs are represented in one way, shape or form on either the first or second team with eight schools housing multiple first teamers and thirteen teams placing multipler players on the first or second team roster.

For those unfamilar with how the team is selected, the VirginiaPreps.com staffers discuss the possible candidates and limit the team to twelve players on offense -- five offensive linemen, two running backs and wide receivers and one player at quarterback, tight end and athlete, a spot that we use as a catch-all to reward a player who we felt had to be included.

On the defensive side of the ball, we also reserve twelve positions -- four linemen, four linebackers, three defensive backs and one athlete spot.

Additionally, the roster will include a punter, kicker and two return men.

The only other constraint put into place is that we will not name a player in more than one spot outside of the fact that we choose Offensive and Defensive Players of the Year.

Our 2012 VirginiaPreps.com All-State Team

QB Kyle Downer, Oakton Cougars, SR
The Cougars' senior quarterback led the team to a 6-4 regular season mark but picked up his game in the postseason leading them to consecutive upset victories over Lake Braddock, Centreville and Westfield before falling in the state semifinals. On the year, the triggerman connected on 116 of 187 passes for 1409 yards and 12 touchdowns with an additional 1460 yards and 25 scores rushing the football. As such, he accounted for 2,869 yards and 37 touchdowns in fourteen games.

Oakton head coach Jason Rowley: "Kyle has done an outstanding job as a member of our football program. I think his stats speak for themselves, but more than stats, Kyle has provided us with tremendous leadership both on and off the field. His decision making sets him apart from others. With what we do offensively, Kyle is asked to make a decision in both the run game and passing game on virtually every snap. His consistently accurate decision making is what helped fuel our success this year. His athleticism, toughness, and intelligence are what make him the difference-maker he is."

Kyle Downer highlights

RB and Offensive Player of the Year Paul Robertson, L,C. Bird Skyhawks, SR
The Dominion District Player of the Year also earned our State Player of the Year honors for piecing together one of the most remarkable playoff runs in the history of the state rushing for 1145 yards and 11 touchdowns in the team's four postseason games raising his season total to a AAA state-record 2,936 yards and 31 touchdowns for the 14-0 Division Five state champions.

L.C. Bird head coach David Bedwell: "It was just an unbelievable performance by him this season, not just in the playoffs but also through the regular season. He is a kid with unbelievable talent and work ethic. He was the heart and soul of everything that we did. What sticks out to me is Paul being durable, playing all year long. When you're the tailback at Bird, it's like being the fullback at other places. You're going to get the crap knocked out of you all year long carrying the ball 30-40 times a game and I just thought that Paul did a great job."

Paul Robertson highlights (HUDL link is private)

RB Josh Marriner, Western Branch Bruins, SR
The Southeastern District Player of the Year, the Bruins senior also picked up the VirginiaPreps.com Eastern Region Offensive Player of the Year by rushing for 2168 yards and 26 touchdowns on 253 carries for a Western Branch team that advanced to the postseason and won a game for the first time since 2008. Impressively, the tailback totaled at least 150 yards rushing in all twelve of his team's games this season.

Western Branch head coach Greg Gibson: "Josh was the heart and soul of our football team. Everybody from the coaches to the players respected Josh for what he did not only on the field but off the field. He was a difference maker on the field. Every team we played said the key to beating Western Branch was stopping or at least slowing down Josh Marriner. I knew I could put the ball in Josh's hands and great things would happen. Josh was the unquestioned leader of this football team. He had some amazing runs that just left me speechless. Off the field he worked harder then anyone. Josh is also a great student holding down a 3.6 GPA in the classroom. He is just a special young man who represents our school and football program with class and dignity."

Josh Marriner highlights

WR Andre Dessenberg, Ocean Lakes Dolphins, SR
A first team selection for both the Beach District and VirginiaPreps.com Eastern Region team, the senior was one of the primary reasons that the Dolphins won fourteen games this season and advanced to the Division Six state finals as he collected 79 passes for 1163 yards and scored 22 touchdowns for the Eastern Region champions.

Ocean Lakes head coach Chris Scott: "Andre was an explosive athlete for us this season who made plays in the screen game and down the field. We haven't had anyone in the program who has had this level of productivity and I remind you that we had Justin Hunter who will be in the NFL soon. He really put together a dream season this year. He's a real tenacious type guy who wants the ball and wants to be the guy making plays for our team."

Andre Dessenberg highlights

WR DaeSean Hamilton, Mountain View Wildcats, SR
One of the top playmakers in the state with the ball in his hands, the senior made one play after another for the Wildcats as he hauled in 64 passes for 1067 yards and ten touchdowns for the Northwest Region Divison Five runners-up. His efforts earned him the Offensive Player of the Year honors in the Commonwealth District as well as a spot on the VirginiaPreps.com and coaches all-region teams.

Mountain View head coach Lou Sorrentino: "He did just about everything for us and is a player who has it all with no weak parts. He's strong, fast and smart. The college coaches have told me that they love his body control and his ball skils. DaeSean has been a four-year starter for us and was our only guy on both sides of the ball as a starter; he accpeted that responsibility."

DaeSean Hamilton highlights

TE Jalyn Holmes, Lake Taylor Titans, JR
When the Division Five state champion Titans needed a big play, the junior big man made them as he hauled in 24 catches for 351 yards and seven touchdowns including a game-winning reception on the final play of the game in a 27-25 victory over Granby that helped seal the district championship. A standout on both sides of the ball, Holmes also ranks as one of the top defensive ends in the state.

Lake Taylor head coach Hank Sawyer: "I don't feel like we could have the run that we had without Jalyn. Anytime that we needed a clutch catch, he made it for us. He is just an awesome specimen that only comes around about every ten years, if you are lucky. Our kids always believed that we could come back back no matter what because of that catch that he made agaisnt Granby.

Jalyn Holmes highlights

OL Martavius Robinson, L.C. Bird Skyhawks, SR
The Skyhawks' senior was selected to both the all-district and all-region coaches teams and was one of the main reasons that Paul Robertson was able to find so much running room. On the year, the L.C. Bird offense put up 463 points in fourteen games, good for 33.0 per contest.

L.C. Bird head coach David Bedwell: "He was a kid that we didn't know that we had because this was his first year in the program. He was a pleasant surprise. People don't realize how good of an athlete that he is and being such a good athlete helped him. When you are playing on the o-line at Bird, your coaches are going to hold you accountable and get after you. Hekept working hard and just gotbetter every week. His athleticism really sets him apart."

Martavius Robinson highlights (HUDL link is private)

OL Alex Skidmore, Ocean Lakes Dolphins, SR
A first team All-Beach and VirginiaPreps.com All-Eastern Region selection, the senior lineman was the go-to blocker for a team that won fourteen games and rang up nearly 39 points per game on the season. When the team needed a third or fourth down conversion, it was a safe bet that the Duke commitment was going to be leading the way.

Ocean Lakes head coach Chris Scott: "Alex really developed this season as he moved from private school football to the public sector. He got used to the speed of the game and then his strength started to overwhelm guys. He allowed us to be big plays by clearing the line of scrimmage and doing a great job then getting to the linebackers. He is just so smart and knows how to fit up on guys then use his strength to clear them out of our path."

Alex Skidmore highlights

OL Chris Durant, Oakton Cougars, SR
The Concorde District senior was the top vote-getter among offensive linemen for the league's all-district team before also being named to both the coaches and VirginiaPreps.com all-region squads. The Cougars were equally adept at both running and throwing the ball this season in averaging over 28 points per contest.

Oakton head coach Jason Rowley: "Chris has been the anchor of our offensive line for three years. He is a physical run blocker. He has excellent feet in pass protection. He has a nasty streak and truly enjoys finishing blocks."

Chris Durant highlights
OL Jack Howerton, Langley Saxons, SR
The senior was a two-way first team selection for both the all-district and all-region teams by the coaches and was a first team pick for the VirginiaPreps.com team after opening holes for running back Phillip Mun who totaled over 1800 yards on the ground while quarterback Nick Casso threw for 1200 as the Saxons rolled up over 25 points per game this season.

Langley head coach John Howerton: "Jack has been a two-way starter at Langley for three years. His blocking ability, size, strength and work ethic make him the ultimate interior lineman. He holds all lifting records at Langley and many coaches believe he is the strongest player to come out of Northern Virginia in years. He led the way for Phil Mun to set the Langley all-time career rushing record this season. He has been a role model for his teammates in the classroom and on the football field."

Jack Howerton highlights

OL Jack Francis, C.D. Hylton Bulldogs, SR
One of the more dominating players in the Northwest Region this season, the Bulldogs' senior was a major reason for the program's regional title victory this season as he earned first team honors on both sides of the ball (offensive line and linebacker) at the all-district and all-region levels from the coaches.

Hylton head coach Tony Lilly: "He was an all-region linebacker as well. As a senior, he never came off the field for us and he really had an exceptional year for us. He is just a relentless player who battles. He's been a varsity guy all four years. From a leadership standpoint, he is a guy who I approached last spring about being a leader and he really was our vocal leader this year."

Jack Francis highlights
ATH M.J. Stewart, Yorktown Patriots, JR
The Offensive Player of the Year in the National District and the Northern Region on the coaches team, the junior also picked up the same honor on the VirginiaPreps.com all-region squad. He ranked among the most spectacular players in the state by totaling 1842 yards of offense and 36 touchdowns on the ground. Additionally, Stewart was a first team pick as an all-regiondefensive back as well.

Yorktown head coach Bruce Hanson: "Obviously, I think that he is a great player and that he had a great year. He didn't take any plays off on either side of the ball and he was our punt returner as well. He's so fundamentally sound; M.J. is so efficient. He is just an unbelievably smart player. Very rarely do you ever see him miss a cut to an open spot. He's got unbelievable football awareness."

M.J. Stewart highlights
DL and Defensive Player of the Year Jon Allen, Stone Bridge Bulldogs, SR
Both the coaches and VirginiaPreps.com Defensive Player of the Year in the Northern Region, the Bulldogs senior also collects the honor at the state level as he ranked as the most disruptive player on the defensive side of the ball in Virginia this season. In leading Stone Bridge to the Division Five championship game, Allen notches 119 tackles, eight sacks, seven pass deflections, six fumble recoveries and five blocked kicks.

Stone Bridge head coach Mickey Thompson: "The most explosive defensive player I have seen in high school. He is a great leader. He always put the team first and I will really miss him."

Jon Allen highlights
DL Purcell Bervine, L.C. Bird Skyhawks, SR
The leader in the trenches for the Division Six state champions, the senior helped the Skyhawks' defense hold opponents to just 121 points in foruteen contests, an average of 8.6 points per game. On the year, the big man totaled 80 tackles and 4.5 sacks for the champs.

L.C. Bird head coach David Bedwell: "Purcell was a three-year starter for us and I'm really happy to be seeing him get these accolades. Over the years, he's had kids in front of him. He was the leader of our defense and the guy who gathered everyone together in the spring and summer and led our workouts. If he was responsible for a gap, we knew that no one was running through that spot. We didn't have to worry about him all year long with meant that we got to concentrate on the other ten guys on defense."

Purcell Bervine highlights (HUDL link is private)

DL Derrick Nnadi, Ocean Lakes Dolphins, JR
The centerpiece of the state's number one ranked defense, the junior ranked as the premier playmaker on the defensive side of the ball in the Tidewater area earning the Player of the Year honors on the VirginiaPreps.com Eastern Region squad. On the season, the Dolphins' standout collected 122 tackles, 23 for loss and eleven sacks on the year.

Ocean Lakes head coach Chris Scott: "It's only my fifth year as the head coach of Ocean Lakes but I've talked to a lot of older coaches and some retired guys and they all say that they haven't seen a defensive player as dominant as him. Some college guys have told me that this is what an NFL player looks like in high school. His motor is relentless. He devours the other team's running bam because he demands a double team on every play and he eats up the passing game by splitting blockers, getting into the backfield and running down quarterbacks."

Derrick Nnadi highlights

DL Donta Wilkins, Potomac Panthers, SR
Perhaps no player in the state was as dominating as the Panthers senior who collected both the Offensive and Defensive Player of the Year honors in the Cardinal District then repeated that feat when the coaches met to vote on the all-region squad. On the season, he recorded 100 tackles, 27 for loss and12 sacks in eleven games.

Potomac head coach Jerry Roadcap: "He's a great kid and a very good player. Coaches told me that they caught themselves watchign him instead of our schemes when reviewing film. He's as good as I've seen and he was the leader of our team both emotional and vocal. He is so explosive off the ball and was born to play the game. He has a motor that never stops and when he hits people, they literally fly across the screen."

Donta Wilkins highlights

LB Justin Palimore, L.C. Bird Skyhawks, SR
The leader of the Bird defense, Palimore earned the Defensive Player of the Year for the Dominion District and the VirginiaPreps.com All-Central Region squad after collecting 133 tackles including 81 solo takedowns. On the season, the Bird defense held nine opponents to single digit scores including three shutouts and allowed only two teams to score more than 20 in a contest.

L.C. Bird head coach David Bedwell: "The thing taht sets him apart is his consistency. Every week he had double digit tackels and every week he made a big play. People probably didn't even realize how good of a year that he had because they just always expected him to have 11-12 tackles, a tackle for a loss and a couple of batted balls. He was a leader for us for the way that he played the game."

Justin Palimore highlights

LB Nick Newman, Battlefield Bobcats, SR
The senior has been a long time standout for the Northwest Region power program and 2012 may have been his best season yet as he earned first team all-district honors on both sides of the ball (wide receiver and lineabacker) and the Defensive Player of the Year in the Cedar Run District. On top of that, the Bulldogs standout earned a first team selection on both sides of the ball from the coaches at the all-region level.

Battlefield head coach Mark Cox: "Nick is one of the most versatile and athletic players I have ever coached, playing everything but the offensive line. Nick has played a major role in the success of Battlefield for the last four years."

Nick Newman highlights

LB Sean Huelskamp, Chantilly Chargers, SR
The Chargers' senior earned the Defensive Player of the Year honors in the Concorde District and was a unanimous pick as a first team all-region linebacker by the coaches while also earning the first team spot at tight end on the other side of the ball.

Chantilly head coach Mike Lalli: "Sean was an excellent leader and player. He was invaluable to us on both sides of the ball. He led us in tackles and receiving yards. He will be very difficult to replace. We will miss him next year."

Sean Huelskamp highlights
LB E.J. Levenberry, C.D. Hylton Bulldogs, SR
The Hylton defense ranked as the top unit in the Northwest Region in large part due to the play of their senior linebacker who racked up 172 tackles, 23 for loss and 14 pass deflections inearning first team all-district and all-region honors. On the season, the Bulldogs allowed only 11.2 points per game holding ten of their thirteen opponents to two touchdowns or less.

Hylton head coach Tony Lilly: "What was really exciting was that the approach that he took his senior year was on a whole different level and it really showed in the games. He must have averaged 14 or 15 tackles per game. One of the exceptional things that he does is pass coverage. His range and his coverage is phenomenal. We had no problem lining him up under the slot and he had no problem covering thirty yards down the field."

E.J. Levenberry highlights
DB Brian Brown, Hermitage Panthers, SR
The Colonial District Defensive Player of the Year, the Panthers senior keyed a unit that surrendered only 105 points in eleven games on the season (9.5 per contest). A big-time playmaker on both sides of the ball, Brown was named to the VirginiaPreps.com All-Central Region team as the defensive athlete.

Hermitage head coach Patrick Kane: "Brian is a tremendous football player and an even better person. He is a three-year starter and team captain. He plays one of the more difficult positions to play since we play mostly a cover 3 coverage and he is responsible for the middle third. He does an excellent job of respecting play action and also doing a great job in running the alley in run support. I don't recall him ever having a missed tackle and he never got beat over the top on a pass. He is the glue that held our defense together. He is also a great wide receiver who took as much pride in his blocking as he did his catching the ball. He never left the field his senior year."

Brian Brownhighlights

DB Anthony Shegog, North Stafford Wolverines, SR
The Wolverines senior ranked among the best defensive backs in the state consistently making big plays for the Northwest Region Divison Five champions which earned him first team honors at both the district and regional level. He recorded 66 tackles, five forced fumbles, four interceptions, four fumble recoveries and scored two defensive touchdowns. The North Stafford defense limited nine of their thirteen opponents to two scores or less.

North Stafford head coach Joe Mangano: "Anthony is a guy who was always at the right place at the right time for us. He is the most versatile player I've ever coached. He played a lot of running back for us but might be better at wide receiver and, as good of a defensive back as he is, he might have even been better as a linebacker. he is great at ripping the ball out on tackles and is a ball hawk guy who can play the run in the box and cover anyone out of it."

Anthony Shegog highlights

DB Quin Blanding, Bayside Marlins, JR
The Beach District Defensive Player of the Year, the Bayside junior ranks among the top prospects in the state from the Class of 2014 having collected 111 tackles, five interceptions, three blocked kicks, two fumble recoveries and returned one of his picks 95 yards for a touchdown. A standout on both sides of the ball, Blanding also led the Eastern Region in receiving yards during the regular season.

Bayside head coach Darnell Moore: "On both sides of the ball, he is the one guy that the other teams look at and say that they need to know where he is on every play. On either side of the ball, he can be a touchdown-maker and he was our leader. I think that he is one of the best players on the defensive side of the ball that we have seen in the state in a long time. If you were going to throw or run the ball, he had to know where he is. Teams couldn't be careless with the ball around him. Heck, even when you punt, you have to know where he is."

Quin Blanding highlights

ATH Brandon Lynch, Lake Taylor Titans, SR
The senior lead the Division Five state champions in tackles, tackles for loss and sacks in helping the Titans roll up fifteen wins without a defeat this season. On the year, he recorded 88 tackles, 37 for loss and 21 sacks capable of bringing extreme pressure off the edge of the line or or making plays in space when opponents tried to find room outside.

Lake Taylor head coach Hank Sawyer: "He led the team in tackels and sacks and was the fire for us all year. He was the guy who always got us started like in the Phoebus game when he got a sack on the first play. He's fast enough that even when he makes mistakes, he still makes the play; not everyone can play like that."

Brandon Lynch highlights

P Tucker Hague, First Colonial Patriots, SR
The senior was a key to a midseason turnaround by the Patriots as they rebounded from a 1-3 start to win four of their final six games to get to .500 on the year as he averaged nearly 45 yards per punt which made him the first team pick by the coaches in the Beach District and the top choice by VirginiaPreps.com for the All-Eastern Region team. Over the past two seasons, he has pinned opponents inside their own 5-yard line more than any other kicker in the Eastern Region.

First Colonial coach Sam Scarborough: "Tucker is probably one of the hardest workers I've ever coached and that's saying a lot because we've had some good ones around here over the years. Tucker is the first one on the practice field and I can honestly say that he will be the last off. Sometimes when we (coaches) come out of our meetings after practice I have to tell Tucker to go home. That's usually an hour after everyone else has left. He went to an all day camp at VMI this summer and at the end of the day the coaches holding the camp told him he needed to go home. He worked for about two hours after they were finished with him. He's self made. If you told me two years ago he would be a First Team All-State punter his senior year I would of never believed it. I would have been happy to see him just make a starting spot on our team."

Tucker Hague highlights

K John Stiebel, Hermitage Panthers, SR
The Central Region standout capped one of the most remarkable careers in region history as he connected on 27 field goals and 184 point after attempts which makes him the #1 all-time scorer in the state for a kicker. This season, he earned first team all-district and all-region honors from both the area coaches and VirginiaPreps.com.

Hermitage head coach Patrick Kane: "Once we get inside the 25-yard line, it's guaranteed. He's the best kicker in the state; he's a clutch guy. He's been a four-year starter who has been in it it all, he's seen it all and he cando it all."

John Stiebel highlights
RET Rassaun Goldring, Stone Bridge Bulldogs, SR
The Stone Bridge senior was a big time playmaker on special teams for the Division Five state runners-up returning a kick 75 yards for a touchdown against South Lakes then bringing back two kicks, one punt and one kickoff, in the regional title game against Yorktown, a 69-50 victory.

Stone Bridge head coach Mickey Thompson: "He can make a lot of people miss and make something out of nothing. We have never had a return man as gifted as Rassaun. He changed field position instantly."

Rassaun Goldring highlights
RET Brandon Ravenel, North Stafford Wolverines, SR
The North Stafford senior ranked among the best playmakers in the state earning first team honors as both a wide receiver and kick return for the All-Commonwealth District and All-Northwest Region squads. On the season, he returned four kicks for touchdowns and made several other big returns which set up scores for the Northwest Region Division Five champions.

North Stafford head coach Joe Mangano: "The best thing about Brandon as a return man was that he got us the big returns when we most needed them. He is a playmaker in the truest sense of the word whether he was touching the ball from his wide receiver spot or on special teams. His return for a touchdown just before halftime in our regular season meeting with Mountain View was one of our biggest plays of the year."

Brandon Ravenel highlights

Division Five Coach of the Year Hank Sawyer, Lake Taylor Titans
The Division Five state champions cruised through the regular season playing only one game decided by fewer than three touchdowns to advance to the postseason with a perfect 10-0 mark. Once there, the Titans demolished their Eastern Region competition winning their three playoff games by a combined count of 151 to 7 before moving into state competition. Sawyer then led the team through two rugged state playoff games as they topped North Stafford in the state semis in the final seconds of the game then captured the school's first state championship with a 20-14 win over Stone Bridge secured by a fumble recovery with less then 30 seconds left in the contest.

Sawyer on Lake Taylor's season: "When I saw the ball popped out, we had two or three guys scrambling for it and I sprinted down the field because I knew we were state champions. It was just an awesome, unreal, unbelievable feeling. It got a little bit emotional for me because you don't hear 'love' on the football field very much, but it's an awesome love. To see young people lay down, play hard and fight for you, it's just amazing."

Highlights of Division Five championship game

Division Six Coach of the Year David Bedwell, L.C. Bird Skyhawks
Entering the postseason as the Central Region's #4 seed, the Skyhawks turned in one of the more impressive runs in recent history topping Hermitage, Varina, Oakton and Ocean Lakes. in the course of winning fourteen games, Bedwell helped guide the team through troubled waters winning six by nine points or less.

Bedwell on L.C. Bird's season: "Winning the championship was the one piece I think was missing from our football program forever, going back to 1978 when the school opened. The success that we've had through the years including 23 district championships, twelve in a row, six regional titles and played in a state final in '91, there's always been that empty spot on the banner in our fieldhouse inside the gym. We play good football at Bird and we're very proud of our football program and the tradition there. We just thought that's been the one thing that was missing. That banner's going to look real good and those stickers are going to look real good, so we're excited."

Highlights of Division Six championship game


VIRGINIAPREPS.COM SECOND TEAM ALL-STATE

QB Delmon Williams, Lake Taylor, JR
RB Joe Wilson, Robinson, JR
RB Brandon Moore, Lake Taylor, SR
WR Melvin Vaughn, Oscar Smith, SR
WR D'Ante Yarborough, Stone Bridge, JR
TE Chad Jacob, Atlee, SR
OL Eric Tetlow, Mills Godwin, SR
OL Cliff Arrington, Lake Taylor, SR
OL Joon Yeo, Westfield, SR
OL Brandon Dukeman, Battlefield, SR
OL Connor Smith, Stone Bridge, JR
ATH Sam Rogers, Hanover, SR

DL Darius Goodman, Hermitage, SR
DL Darren Flowers, Oscar Smith, SR
DL Da'Shawn Hand, Woodbridge, JR
DL Reggie Miles, Hylton, SR
LB Larry Spears, Varina, SR
LB Andrew Motu'apuaka, Salem, SR
LB Jamel Spellman, Lake Taylor, SR
LB Bobby Martin, GW-Danville, SR
DB Charles Clark, Kings Fork, SR
DB Micah Gregory, Yorktown, SR
DB Dezmond Hopkins, Stonewall Jackson, SR
ATH Tim Harris, Varina, SR

P Nick Dorka, Madison, SR
K Chris Blewitt, West Potomac, SR

RET Richie Staton, Phoebus, SR
RET Dane Forlines, Mills Godwin, SR

D5 Coach Mickey Thompson, Stone Bridge
D6 Chris Scott, Ocean Lakes


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