2020 All-Shore Football Final Vote Winners
The All-Shore Final Fan Vote is complete and we have our last seven members of the 2020 Shore Sports Network All-Shore Football Team. Below are the players voted to be named to the All-Shore team as third-team selections.
Ben Hutchins, Jr., Raritan
Hutchins threw for 867 yards with 10 touchdowns and just two interceptions in his first year as the Rockets starting quarterback, helping Raritan win its final six games of the season to finish 6-1 and end the season ranked No. 10 in the SSN Top 10 and No. 9 in the Coaches Top 20.
Kieran Falzon, So., Raritan
Falzon was a major component of a balanced Raritan offense that was No. 7 in the Shore scoring 28.4 points per game. Falzon ran for 625 yards and 10 touchdowns on an average of 4.8 yards per carry to help Raritan win its final six games of the season to finish 6-1. The Rockets ended the year ranked No. 10 in the SSN Top 10 and No. 9 in the Coaches Top 20.
Tyler Madeo, Sr., Toms River South
Toms River South put together its best season since 2013 by going 6-2, finishing No. 8 in the SSN Top 10 and finishing No. 10 in the Coaches Top 20. Madeo's skills at receiver helped the Indians be one of the most balanced offenses in the Shore as he caught 20 passes for 351 yards and two touchdowns.
Brian Navitsky, Sr., Red Bank
Navitsky was the top lineman for a Red Bank team that averaged 21 points per game and 313.8 yards per game. He also contributed defensively with two sacks and three tackles for loss as a defensive lineman.
Jared Cadavero, Sr., Jackson Memorial
Jackson's final record (4-4) and defensive numbers (18.4) weren't among the best in the Shore, but the Jaguars did have a tenacious run defense that helped them post two shutouts and hold two teams to negative rushing yards. Cadavero was a big reason why. In his first and only season as a starter, he posted 41 total tackles along with five sacks and a whopping 25 tackles for loss.
Connor Farrell, Jr., Donovan Catholic
The Griffins fielded an outstanding defense in 2020 and Farrell was among the unit's several standouts. He recorded 61 total tackles along with 2 sacks, 5 tackles for loss, 3 fumble recoveries and 1 fumble recovery as Donovan Catholic allowed just 8.1 points per game and recorded two shutouts. His play helped the Griffins go 7-1, reach the Shore Conference championship pod final and finish No. 2 in both the SSN Top 10 and the Coaches Top 20.
Mike Madera, Sr., Toms River East
One of the top ballhawks in the Shore, Madera tied for third in the conference with four interceptions and added 21 tackles, three tackles for loss and one pick-6.
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