Scroll down for bios from the second- and third-team selections on the Jersey Mike's Shore Sports Network 2017 All-Shore Teams.

2017 JERSEY MIKE'S ALL-SHORE FOOTBALL TEAMS

SECOND TEAM

OFFENSE

QB — Juwan Wilkins, Sr., Long Branch

Wilkins threw for 2,053 yards and 22 touchdowns to lead Long Branch to a 9-3 record and the Central Jersey Group IV championship. Wilkins nearly tripled his passing yards from a season ago by throwing for over 200 yards in six of 12 games and eclipsing 300 yards once. He had a season-high 314 yards and three touchdowns in a regular-season game against Freehold and threw for 241 yards and three touchdowns against Red Bank Catholic. He was tremendous in the second half and overtime of Long Branch’s 43-42 overtime win over Freehold to win the CJ-IV title, finishing with 260 yard and three touchdowns on 18 of 25 passing and tossing the game-winning 2-point conversion to Elijah Sherin. Wilkins as a Class B North all-division pick by the coaches.

 

QB — George Pearson, Sr., Mater Dei Prep

A four-year starter who appeared in three state championship games and won two state titles, Pearson threw for 1,786 yards and 18 touchdowns with a 69 percent completion rate to lead the Seraphs to their second straight Class B Central division title and a trip to the Non-Public Group II championship game. Pearson was selected as the Class B Central Offensive Player of the Year. He will continue his career at Central Michigan University.

 

RB — Tony Thorpe, Sr., Brick Memorial

The Class A South Offensive Player of the Year, Thorpe ran for 1,372 yards and 14 touchdowns on an average of 6.2 yards per carry to lead Brick Memorial to a 7-3 record and a share of the Class A South division title. A three-year starter, Thorpe concluded his career as Brick Memorial’s all-time leading scorer and rusher.

 

RB — Jermaine Corbett, So., Long Branch

Corbett’s emergence as a top running back provided great balance to the Green Wave offense and was a major reason they were able to go 9-3 and capture the Central Jersey Group IV sectional title. Corbett ran for 1,422 yards and 14 touchdowns and also had a receiving touchdown. He ran for over 100 yards in seven of 12 games, including a career-high 250 yards and three touchdowns in a win over Colts Neck. He ran for 155 yards and two touchdowns in Long Branch’s 43-42 overtime win over Freehold in the CJ-IV championship game. A Class B North all-division selection by the coaches.

 

RB — Connor Morgan, Sr., Manasquan

Morgan ran for 1,341 yards and 16 touchdowns to help Manasquan go 7-4 and reach the Central Jersey Group II semifinals. He was a Class B North all-division selection by the coaches.

 

WR — Brandon Lombana, Sr., Red Bank Catholic

Lombana was fifth in the Shore in receiving yards with 36 receptions for 721 yards and four touchdowns as the No. 1 receiver for an RBC offense that averaged 39.8 points. A Class B North all-division pick by the coaches, Lombana holds an offer from Stonehill College.

 

WR — Aidan Campbell, Jr., Middletown North

Campbell took over as the Lions’ No. 1 receiver and immediately flourished by finishing ninth in the Shore in receiving with 29 catches for 697 yards and seven touchdowns on an average of 24 yards per catch. He also made 60 tackles on defense and was a Class B North all-division selection.

 

WR — Josh Yates, Sr., Point Beach

Yates led the Shore in receiving with 53 catches for 972 yards and 10 touchdowns to help the Garnet Gulls reach the Central Jersey Group I championship game.

 

TE — Kevin Bauman, So., Red Bank Catholic

Bauman averaged 20 yards per catch in making 19 receptions for 380 yards and five touchdowns for an RBC offense that averaged 39.8 points per game. A Class B North all-division selection by the coaches, the 6-foot-5, 225-pound Bauman is an FBS recruit with offers from Rutgers, Syracuse and Virginia.

 

OL — Alex Verardi, Jr., Freehold

Verardi was the top lineman for a Freehold offense that featured record-breaking quarterback Ashante Worthy and averaged 37.9 points per game. Worthy set the state single-season record with 2,860 yards rushing, threw for 2,106 yards and accounted for a state-record 61 total touchdowns. Verardi also had four sacks on defense. His play helped the Colonials go 8-4 and reach the Central Jersey Group IV championship game.

 

OL — Kevin Cerruti, Jr., Long Branch

Cerruti’s play along the offensive line was a major reason Long Branch averaged 27.5 points per game and 332 yards per game on the way to winning the Central Jersey Group IV title and finishing 9-3. Cerruti helped pave the way for Jermaine Corbett to run for 1,422 yards and 14 touchdowns and quarterback Juwan Wilkins to throw for 2,053 yards and 22 touchdowns. Cerruti also made 60 tackles on defense, including a season-high nine during the Green Wave’s 43-42 overtime win over Freehold in the CJ-IV final. A Class B North all-division pick by the coaches.

 

OL — C.J. Hanson, Jr., St. John Vianney

A 6-foot-5, 285-pound behemoth for the Lancers, Hanson was a key component of the No.1 offense in the Shore. He helped pave the way for SJV to average 43.7 points and 411 yards per game. St. John Vianney rushed for 3,354 yards as a team with an average of 8.3 yards per rush. Hanson also made 42 tackles and recorded four sacks as the Lancers went 10-1, won their fourth straight Class A Central division title, extended their Shore Conference winning streak to 38 games and reached the Non-Public Group III semifinals.

 

OL — Conor Smith, Sr., Red Bank Catholic

A standout lineman for a Caseys offense that averaged 39.8 points and 427 yards per game, Smith helped pave the way for RBC to rush for 2,450 yards and 35 touchdowns on an average of 10.5 yards per carry, and for junior quarterback Steve Lubischer to throw for 1,810 yards and 18 touchdowns. A Class B North all-division pick by the coaches, Smith will continue his career at Harvard University.

 

OL — Matt Mazza, Sr., Manalapan

Mazza was a standout up front for a Braves offense that averaged 42.4 points and 410 yards per game. He helped pave the way for Naim Mayfield to run for 2,681 yards and 46 touchdowns. Mayfield’s rushing total is the second highest in Shore Conference history and his 48 total touchdowns and 282 points this season set state records. A Class A North all-division pick, Mazza’s play helped the Braves go 11-1, win the Class A North division title and reach the Central Jersey Group V championship game.

 

UT — Matt Krauss, Jr., Freehold

Krauss was an indispensable player on both sides of the ball for a Colonials team that went 8-4 and reached the Central Jersey Group IV final. He was sixth in the Shore in receiving with 53 catches for 713 yards and six touchdowns, and on defense made 93 tackles. Krauss was also a Class A North all-division selection.

 

UT — Brandon Cipriano, Sr., Point Boro

Cipriano was a key dual-threat player for an offense that averaged 32.5 points per game, rushing for 825 yards and 12 touchdowns on an average of 11.9 yards per carry and catching 25 passes for 451 yards and five touchdowns. A Class B South all-division selection, Cipriano’s play helped the Panthers go 11-1, win a third straight Class B South division title and reach the Central Jersey Group II final.

 

K — Shane Black, Sr., Central

Black was 4-for-8 on field goal attempts with a long of 37 and converted 9 of 10 extra points for a Central team that went 7-3 and won a share of the Class A South division title. Black also averaged 32.7 yards per punt with two punts inside the 20-yard line.

 

DEFENSE

DL — Elijah McAllister, Sr., Rumson-Fair Haven

McAllister was an impact player for Rumson’s defense in his first and only season as a starter by making 60 tackles with seven sacks and a forced fumble to help Rumson go 10-2 and reach a fifth straight sectional final. Although still raw as a football player, the 6-foot-6, 230-pound McAllister is high-level FBS recruit with offers from the likes of Michigan State, Tennessee, Rutgers, Pittsburgh, Temple, Syracuse, Vanderbilt, Boston College, Maryland, Virginia and Central Florida, among others.

 

DL — Henry Sullivan, Jr., Rumson-Fair Haven

Sullivan was a force for a Rumson defense that was No. 5 in the Shore at 13.8 points per game by making 95 tackles and recording seven sacks. An all-Class A Central selection by the coaches, Sullivan will be one of the top returning defensive players in the Shore next season.

 

DL — Antonio Deieso, Sr., Manalapan

Deieso was dominant up front for a Manalapan defense that finished No. 1 in the Shore allowing just 11.5 points per game. Deieso made 100 tackles, including 14 for loss, with eight sacks and a fumble recovery to help Manalapan go 11-1, win the Class A North division title and reach the Central Jersey Group V final. A Class A North all-division selection, Deieso is committed to Fordham University.

 

DL — Emmett McNamara, Sr., Red Bank Catholic

A 6-foot-6, 250-pound tower along the RBC defensive line, McNamara made 46 tackles with nine sacks and 8.5 tackles for a loss to help the Caseys go 8-2 and win the Class B North division title. A Class B North all-division selection by the coaches, McNamara holds offers from Virginia, Temple, Central Florida, Western Michigan, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, UPenn and Yale.

 

DL — Damian Rybaltowski, Sr., Freehold Township

A Class A North all-division selection, Rybaltowski had 10 sacks, 58 tackles and a fumble recovery to help Freehold Township set a program record with eight wins and a third straight playoff berth.

 

LB — Luke Arnold, Jr., Long Branch

Arnold was the leading tackler for a Long Branch team that went 9-3 and won the Central Jersey Group IV title. He was tied for third in the Shore in tackles with 131 and also recorded two sacks, two interceptions, three forced fumbles and a fumble recovery. Arnold had double-digit tackles in six of 12 games, including a season-high 18 in a regular-season game against Freehold. He had nine tackles, 1.5 sacks and a forced fumble in a playoff win over Jackson Memorial and made 13 tackles in the Green Wave’s 43-42 overtime win over Freehold to win the CJ-IV title. A Class B North all-division selection by the coaches,

 

LB — Richie Tallmadge, Jr., Brick

The Class A South co-Defensive Player of the Year, Tallmadge made 131 tackles with 11 hits for a loss, two fumble recoveries and one sack to help the Dragons reach the Central Jersey Group IV semifinals and finish as the No. 8 defense in the Shore allowing 15.3 points per game.

 

LB — Dale Sieczkowski, Jr. Manalapan

Sieczkowski made 97 tackles with seven its for a loss, two sacks, one interception, nine pass breakups and two fumble recoveries for a Braves defense that was No. 1 in the Shore allowing 11.5 points per game. A Class A North all-division selection, Sieczkowski’s play helped the Braves go 11-1, win the Class A North division title and reach the Central Jersey Group V final.

 

LB — Grant McKelvey, Sr., Brick Memorial

The Class A South co-Defensive Player of the Year, McKelvey made a team-high 101 tackles with five tackles for a loss, one sack, two pass deflections and one blocked kick to help the Mustangs go 7-3 and earn a share of the Class A South division title.

 

DB — Blaine Netterman, Sr., Brick Memorial

A versatile two-way player for the Mustangs, Netterman made 79 tackles with eight hits for a loss, one interception, two forced fumbles and four pass deflections at strong safety to help Brick Memorial go 7-3 and win a share of the Class A South division title. Also a slotback in the Mustangs’ triple-option offense, Netterman ran for 602 yards and eight touchdowns on an average of 10 yards per carry and caught six passes for 206 yards and two touchdowns.

 

DB —Tommy Antonucci, Sr., Manasquan

Antonucci made 37 tackles and added two interceptions, two forced fumbles and one fumble return for a touchdown to help the Warriors go 7-4 and reach the Central Jersey Group II semifinals. Antonucci was also Manasquan’s quarterback and ran for 499 yards and six touchdowns and threw for 419 yards and four touchdowns. He was selected to the Class B North all-division team by the coaches.

 

DB — Donte Abrams, Sr., Asbury Park

Abrams was Asbury Park’s top all-around player with 52 tackles, three interceptions including a pick-six and one sack for a defense that was No. 3 in the Shore allowing 12.8 points per game. Abrams was also a dynamic threat on offense with 661 yards rushing and six touchdowns, 27 receptions for 358 yards and eight touchdowns and one punt return touchdowns. Abrams was a Class B Central all-division selection by the coaches.

 

DB — Jayden Key, Jr., Red Bank Catholic

A standout cover corner for the Caseys, Key helped RBC go 8-2 and win the Class B North division title. Also a standout wide receiver, Key caught 19 passes for 501 yards and a team-high six touchdowns. He was selected to the Class B North all-division team.

 

UT — Luke Frauenheim, Sr., Point Beach

Selected as the Class B Central Defensive Player of the Year, Frauenheim was the heart and soul of a Point Beach team that reached the Central Jersey Group I championship game. Frauenheim made 59 tackles with two sacks and two interceptions as a linebacker, and as Point Beach’s quarterback threw for 1,438 yards and 14 touchdowns while rushing for a team-high 785 yards and four touchdowns.

 

UT — Ryan Mazik, Sr., Howell

Mazik was an impact player on both sides of the ball for a Howell team that went 9-2 and reached the South Jersey Group V. As a wide receiver Mazik caught 33 passes for 710 yards and five touchdowns. As a defensive back, he had 25 tackles with three interceptions, including a pick six, along with a fumble recovery. He was a Class A North all-division selection by the coaches.

 

UT — Zyaire Sterling, Sr., St. John Vianney

Sterling was a versatile weapon for the Lancers with 17 total touchdowns to help SJV go 10-1, win a fourth straight Class A Central division title, extend its Shore Conference winning streak to 38 games and reach the Non-Public Group III semifinals. Sterling ran for 614 yards and 11 touchdowns on an average of nine yards per carry caught 13 passes for 289 yards and five touchdowns. He also made 44 tackles, one interception and seven pass breakups. He was also a Class A Central all-division selection.

 

P — Pat Handy, Sr., Howell

An important player in all three phases for a Rebels team that went 9-2 and reached the South Jersey Group V semifinals, Handy converted 7 of 9 field goals with a long of 32 and connected on 46 of 50 extra points. He also averaged 33.9 yards per punt with three punts landing inside the opponents’ 20-yard line. As a wide receiver, Handy caught 19 passes for 252 yards and three touchdowns. On defense, Handy was second on the team with 58 tackles and added an interception and a fumble recovery. A Class A North all-division selection by the coaches.

 

THIRD TEAM

OFFENSE

QB — Steve Lubischer, Jr., Red Bank Catholic

Lubischer had a great first year as the Caseys’ starter by throwing for 1,810 yards and 18 touchdowns and also rushing for 496 yards and seven touchdowns on an average of 9.9 yards per carry. Lubischer piloted an RBC offense that averaged 39.8 points and 427 yards per game and was a Class B North all-division selection by the coaches.

 

QB — Luke Corcione, Sr., Manalapan

Corcione threw for 1,397 yards and nine touchdowns to help the Braves to 11-1, win the Class A North division title and reach the Central Jersey Group V championship game. He was a Class A North all-division pick by the coaches.

 

RB —Kavon Chambers, So., Central

Chambers burst onto the scene in his first year as a starter to finish fifth in the Shore in rushing with 1,438 yards and 11 touchdowns. A Class A South all-division pick, Chambers’ play helped the Golden Eagles go 7-3 and earn a share of the Class A South division title.

 

RB — Ian Fitzgerald, Sr., Monmouth

Fitzgerald ran for 1,346 yards and 10 touchdowns and also threw two touchdown passes to help Monmouth go 7-4 and reach the Central Jersey Group III semifinals in one of the best seasons in program history. He was also a Class A Central all-division pick by the coaches.

 

RB —Jason Giresi, Sr., Lacey

Giresi ran for 1,300 yards and 17 touchdowns to help lead the Lions to a 7-3 record and a playoff berth in South Jersey Group III.

 

WR — Justin Marcus, Sr., Marlboro

A Class A North all-division selection, Marcus was second in the Shore with 54 receptions while accounting for 666 yards and two touchdowns. He also made 54 tackles on defense.

 

WR — Kyle Devaney, Sr., Mater Dei Prep

The top target for quarterback George Pearson, Devaney caught 50 passes for 667 yards and nine touchdowns to help the Seraphs win a second straight Class B Central division title and reach the Non-Public Group II state final.

 

WR — Andre Laney, So., Donovan Catholic

Laney developed an instant connection with quarterback Ryan Clark to emerge as one of the best underclassmen receivers in the Shore. Laney was fourth in the Shore in receiving yards with 36 catches for 745 yards and six touchdowns. He was a Class B South all-division selection.

 

TE — Ian O’Connor, Jr., Rumson-Fair Haven

The leading receiver for a Bulldogs team that went 10-2 and reached a fifth straight sectional final, O’Connor hauled in 34 passes for 484 yards and four touchdowns.

 

OL — Tom Olausen, Sr., Mater Dei Prep

Olausen was the top lineman for a Seraphs offense that was No. 8 in the Shore averaging 30.2 points per game. His blocking helped George Pearson throw for 1,786 yards and 18 touchdowns and Malik Ingram rush for 1,251 yards and 15 touchdowns as Mater Dei won the Class B Central division title and reached the Non-Public Group II championship game. A Class A Central all-division selection by the coaches.

 

OL — Evan Hilla, Sr., Manasquan

An important two-way player for the Warriors, Hilla was a standout up front for a team that ran for 2,419 yards and 35 touchdowns. Hilla was also a standout defensive lineman on the No. 2 defense in the Shore (12.2 ppg) and recorded 41 tackles with a whopping 22.5 hits for a loss, seven sacks, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery to help Manasquan go 7-4 and reach the Central Jersey Group II semifinals. He was a Class B North all-division selection by the coaches.

 

OL — Brandon Voss, Sr., Central

Voss was the top lineman for the Golden Eagles and led the way for sophomore running back Kavon Chambers to finish fifth in the Shore with 1,438 yards and 1 touchdowns. His play helped Central go 7-3 and win a share of the Class A South division title. Voss was also a Class A South all-division pick.

 

OL —Gabe Fattizzi, Sr., Point Boro

A standout up front for a Point Boro offense that was No. 7 in the Shore scoring 32.5 points per game, his blocking helped the Panthers rush for 3,457 yards and 49 touchdowns in their triple-option offense as they went 11-1, won the Class B South division title and reached the Central Jersey Group II championship game. Fattizzi was also a Class B South all-division selection.

 

OL — Scott Prendergast, Sr., Howell

Prendergast was the top lineman for a Rebels offense that was No. 5 in the Shore at 36.1 points per game and also averaged 375 yards per game. Prendergast also played along the defensive line for Howell and recorded 33 tackles with six tackles for a loss plus four sacks and a forced fumble. He was a Class A North all-division selection by the coaches.

 

OL — Jaylen Paige, Sr., Asbury Park

Paige was the Blue Bishops top lineman and also made 42 tackles on defense to help Asbury reach the Central Jersey Group I playoffs. He was also a Class B Central all-division selection.

 

UT — Chris Maksimik, Sr., Manalapan

An indispensable player for the Class A North champion Braves, Maksimik was the thunderous lead blocker for Naim Mayfield, who ran for 2,681 yards and a state record 46 touchdowns (48 total) along with scoring a state-record 282 points. Maksimik also scored seven rushing touchdowns. As a linebacker, he made 35 tackles with four hits for a loss and one sack. His play helped the Braves go 11-1 and reach the Central Jersey Group V championship game.

 

UT — Haaziq Daniels, Sr., St. John Vianney

Daniels threw for 1,175 yards and 15 touchdowns with a 57 percent complete rate and ran for 512 yards and seven touchdowns on an average of 8.5 yards per carry to help the Lancers go 10-1, win their fourth straight Class A Central division title, extend their Shore Conference winning streak to 38 games and reach the Non-Public Group III semifinals. Daniels was selected to the Class A Central all-division team, as well.

 

K — Jake Hurler, Jr., Freehold

Hurler led the Shore Conference in kicking points by connecting on 64 of 68 extra points and kicking three field goals with a long of 34 yards. His play helped the Colonials go 8-4 and reach the Central Jersey Group IV championship game.

 

 

 

DEFENSE

DL — Quran Malloy, Sr., Red Bank

Malloy tied for second in the Shore with 12 sacks and also made 67 tackles. He was a Class A Central all-division pick by the coaches.

 

DL — John Nista, Sr., Point Beach

A Class B Central all-division selection, Nista led the Shore Conference in sacks with 14 and also had 61 tackles and a forced fumble. As a running back Nista ran for 514 yards and five touchdowns. His play helped the Garnet Gulls reach the Central Jersey Group I championship game.

 

DL — Cory Englehardt, Sr., Brick

Englehardt finished with 110 tackles, including 16 tackles for a loss, 2.5 sacks, two forced fumbles and fumble recovery. A Class A South all-division pick, Englehardt helped the Dragons reach the Central Jersey Group IV semifinals and finish as the No. 8 defense in the Shore allowing 15.3 points per game.

 

DL — Izaiah Henderson, Jr., Mater Dei Prep

Henderson made 56 tackles and recorded six sacks for a Mater Dei defense that was No. 9 in the Shore allowing 15.9 points per game. A Class B Central all-division pick, Henderson’s play helped the Seraphs go 8-2, win the Class B Central division title and reach the Non-Public Group II championship game.

 

LB — Josiah Walker, Sr., St. John Vianney 

An outside linebacker and fullback for the Lancers, Walker made 98 tackles with 18 tackles for a loss, three sacks, one interception and a forced fumble. He also ran for 333 yards and five touchdowns and had one touchdown catch. His play helped the Lancers go 10-1, win the Class A Central division title for the fourth straight year, extend their Shore Conference winning streak to 38 games and reach the Non-Public Group III semifinals.

 

LB — Brian Ewan, Jr., Barnegat

A physical presence in the middle of Barnegat’s defense, Ewan made 83 tackles with 11 tackles for a loss with one sack, one interception and one forced fumble. He was a Class B South all-division selection by the coaches.

 

LB — Jayden Johnson, Sr., Mater Dei Prep

Johnson recorded 83 tackles with three sacks for a Mater Dei defense that was No. 9 in the shore allowing 15.9 points per game. A Class B Central all-division pick, Johnson’s play helped the Seraphs go 8-2, win the Class B Central division title and reach the Non-Public Group II championship game.

 

LB — Garrett Romer, Jr., Point Boro

Romer was the leading tackler for a Point Boro defense that was fourth in the Shore allowing 12.9 points per game. Romer made 107 tackles, six hits for a loss, one sack, one interception and one fumble recovery to help the Panthers go 11-1, win the Class B South division title and reach the Central Jersey Group II championship game.

 

LB — Chance Benjamin, Jr., Jackson Memorial

Benjamin made 82 tackles (59 solo) with 18 hits for a loss, seven sacks and two forced fumbles for a Jaguars defense that was tied for No. 6 in the Shore allowing 14.3 points per game. A Class A South all-division selection, Benjamin’s play helped the Jaguars reach the Central Jersey Group IV semifinals.

 

DB — Jonathan Banks, Sr., Central

Banks had 35 tackles, four interceptions, a defensive touchdown, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery for a Central defense that was tied for sixth in the Shore allowing 14.3 points per game. His play helped the Golden Eagles go 7-3 and earn a share of the Class A South division title.

 

DB — Pasa Fields, Sr., Long Branch

A Class B North all-division pick by the coaches, Fields made 24 tackles and intercepted two passes and was also a standout receiver with 50 receptions for 585 yards and seven touchdowns. His play helped Long Branch go 9-3 and capture the Central Jersey Group IV sectional title with a 43-42 overtime win over Freehold.

 

DB — John Ghigna, Jr., Jackson Memorial

Ghigna was the leading tackler for a Jaguars defense that was tied for No. 6 in the Shore allowing 14.3 points per game. He recorded 108 tackles (63 solo) with four interceptions including a pick-six, five tackles for a loss, one sack, a forced fumble, a fumble recovery to help the Jags reach the Central Jersey Group IV semifinals.

 

DB — A.J. Calabro, Sr., St. John Vianney

Playing in just seven games because of a broken arm, Calabro made 50 tackles, intercepted two passes and had one forced fumble for a Lancers team that finished No. 1 in the Shore with a 10-1 record, won a fourth straight Class A Central division title, extended their Shore Conference winning streak to 38 games and reached the Non-Public Group III semifinals.

 

UT — Danny Vitale, Sr., Keansburg

A Class B Central all-division selection, Vitale threw for 1,195 yards and 14 touchdowns with only one interception and also had six rushing touchdowns for the Titans.

 

UT — Isaiah Noguera, So., Mater Dei Prep

Noguera was incredible on special teams for the Seraphs with four kickoff return touchdowns and three punt return touchdowns. He also had 34 receptions for 359 yards and four touchdowns and intercepted two passes on defense to help Mater Dei win the Class B Central division title and reach the Non-Public Group III final.

 

P — Will Forman, Sr., St. John Vianney

Forman converted 56 of 60 extra points and was 4-for-6 on field goals with a long of 36 for the No. 1 offense in the Shore. He was a Class A Central all-division selection by the coaches.

 

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