The Star Beacon; Ashtabula, Ohio


November 17, 2011


COLUMBUS (AP) — The 2011 Associated Press Northeastern Lakes All-District football teams based on the recommendations of a media panel:


First Team

n OFFENSE — Quarterbacks—Mitch Trubisky, Mentor, jr., 6-3, 195; Dustin Stolarski, Elyria, sr., 6-2, 180. Backs—Kareem Hunt, Willoughby South, jr., 5-11, 185; Dontez Smith, Avon Lake, sr., 5-9, 185. Receivers—Demetrius Walton, Elyria, sr., 6-2, 180; Cameron Kavan, Mentor, sr., 6-0, 160; Ben Josipovic, Eastlake North, jr., 6-2, 180; Jake Mooney, Cleve. St. Ignatius, sr., 5-11, 177. Tight ends—Pharaoh Brown, Lyndhurst Brush, sr., 6-6, 225; Blake Thomas, Cleve. St. Ignatius, sr., 6-4, 245. Linemen—Tad France, Elyria, sr., 6-4, 255; Kyle Kalis, Lakewood St. Edward, sr., 6-5, 305; Tyler Orlosky, Lakewood St. Edward, sr., 6-4, 295; Kyle Dodson, Cleve. Hts., sr., 6-6, 308; Anthony Lautanen, Mentor, sr., 6-0, 230. Athlete—Tim McVey, Cleve. St. Ignatius, jr., 5-10, 180. Kicker—Tim Shenk, Cleve. St. Ignatius, sr., 5-10, 165.

n DEFENSE — Linemen—Tom Strobel, Mentor, sr., 6-6, 260; Greg Kuhar, Lakewood St. Edward, sr., 6-4, 285; Kevin Kavalec, Cleve. St. Ignatius, jr., 6-3, 225; Tracy Sprinkle, Elyria, jr., 6-5, 260; Jared Williams, Elyria, sr., 5-10, 220. Linebackers—Larry Pinto jr., Mayfield, sr., 5-10, 195; Nick Davidson, Solon, sr., 5-8, 190; Kurt Laseak, Mentor, sr., 6-4, 220; Collin Lucas, Avon Lake, So., 6-1, 212; Rustom Khouri, Cleve. St. Ignatius, sr., 6-0, 220; Jake Smolik, North Royalton, sr., 6-2, 215. Backs—Nick Kirschner, Mentor, sr., 5-10, 185; Mike Svetina, Cleve. St. Ignatius, sr., 6-2, 220; Dominic Abounader, Lakewood St. Edward, jr., 5-11, 185; De’Van Bogard, Cleve. Glenville, sr., 6-1, 195; Brett Bass, Avon Lake, sr., 5-10, 185; Ryan Schwenke, Solon, sr., 6-0, 185. Athlete—LaKeith Walls, Cleve. Rhodes, sr., 6-3, 195. Punter—Tomislav Derezic, Mentor, sr., 6-0, 200.

n Offensive player of the year — Mitch Trubisky, Mentor.

n Defensive player of the year — Mike Svetina, Cleve. St. Ignatius.

n Coaches of the year — Kevin Fell, Elyria; Scott Wodtly, Cleve. John F. Kennedy.

Second Team

n OFFENSE — Quarterbacks—George Gresko, Eastlake North, sr., 6-1, 185; Casey Klicman, Willoughby South, jr., 6-0, 185. Backs—Christian Nogueras, Lorain High, sr., 6-0, 175; Dwayne Aaron, Lakewood St. Edward, jr., 5-5, 170; Jordan Morris, Eastlake North, sr., 5-9, 175; Antonio Johnson, Shaker Hts., sr., 6-0, 190. Receivers—Chris Connors, Lakewood St. Edward, sr., 6-1, 205; Brandon Fritz, Mentor, so., 6-4, 185; Terrell Byrd, Garfield Hts., sr., 5-10, 157; Marcus Martin, Cleve. John F. Kennedy, sr., 6-0, 200. Linemen—Carlutorbantu Zaramo, Lyndhurst Brush, sr., 6-4, 302; Matthew Cox, Lorain High, sr., 6-2, 245; T.K. Burk, Avon Lake, sr., 6-5, 305; Dominic Giunta, Willoughby South, jr., 6-3, 230; Donovan Munger, Shaker Hts., jr., 6-4, 285; Drevan Mbua, Garfield Hts., sr., 6-2, 254. Athlete—Isiah Wilson, Lyndhurst Brush, sr., 5-10, 180. Kicker—Justin Bonchek, Mayfield, sr., 5-9, 160.

n DEFENSE — Linemen—Tom Lally, Lakewood St. Edward, sr., 6-1, 235; Darryl Render, Lakewood St. Edward, sr., 6-4, 255; Jack Hanley, Mentor, sr., 6-2, 230; Cedric Peyton, Lorain High, sr., 6-1, 225; John Webb, Lakewood St. Edward, sr., 6-2, 260. Linebackers—Zack Ryan, Cleve. St. Ignatius, sr., 6-0, 220; Conor Murray, Mayfield, sr., 5-10, 195; Brennan Torok, Eastlake North, sr., 5-9, 215; Cody Sheets, Amherst Steele, sr., 5-11, 180. Backs—Bryce Jones, Cleve. Hts., sr., 5-11, 170; V’Angelo Bentley, Cleve. Glenville, sr., 5-9, 185; Regis Coustillac, Mentor, sr., 5-10, 180; Bobby Barnes, North Royalton, sr., 6-1, 175; Tom Rodriguez, North Olmsted, jr., 5-9, 175. Athletes—Houston Boone, Euclid, sr., 6-0, 170; Darian Hicks, Solon, jr., 5-10, 170.

Third Team

n OFFENSE — Quarterbacks—Patrick Kramer, Solon, sr., 6-1, 180; James Bennett, Garfield Hts., jr., 6-1, 180. Backs—Jay Schott, Brecksville, jr., 5-9, 155; Aaron Horak, Parma, jr., 6-0, 170. Receivers—Andrew Venclauskas, Willoughby South, jr., 6-1, 180; Warren Ashton, Mentor, sr., 5-8, 160; Connor Krizancic, Mentor, so., 6-2, 170; Shelton Gibson, Cleve. Hts., jr., 5-11, 175; Tom Gula, Amherst Steele, jr., 5-10, 175. Linemen—Matt Blaha, Euclid, jr., 6-4, 350; John Johnson, Cleve. Hts., sr., 6-1, 270; Nate Hoff, Solon, sr., 6-1, 295; Adam Grebenc, Willoughby South, sr., 6-1, 235; John Smith, Middleburg Hts. Midpark, sr., 6-2, 255. Athletes—De’Andrea Rollins, Euclid, sr., 6-0, 225; Drazen Markovic, Mayfield, jr., 6-1, 180.

n DEFENSE — Linemen—DeAndrea Brown, Cleve. John Marshall, sr., 6-2, 197; Willie Henry, Cleve. Glenville, sr., 6-3, 275; Alec Medina, Lorain High, sr., 6-0, 210; Mike Tyler, Brecksville-Broadview Hts., jr., 6-5, 225; Sie Doe, Lakewood, sr., 6-2, 215. Linebackers—Tyler Rus, Willoughby South, jr., 5-11, 205; Myles Alexander, Euclid, jr., 6-0, 190; Holden Fasur, Elyria, sr., 6-0, 250; Kyle Graham, Brecksville-Broadview Hts., sr., 6-0, 225; Johnnie Karban, Parma, sr., 6-2, 210; Christian Cartwright, Cleve. Hts., sr., 5-10, 205. Backs—Brandon Davis, Lorain High, sr., 6-1, 180; Kyle Holzheimer, Eastlake North, sr., 6-0, 180; Harry Durrah, Lyndhurst Brush, jr., 5-9, 175; Kareem Young, Willoughby South, sr., 6-1, 175; Billy Pullman, Parma, sr., 6-0, 160; Justin Hardee, Cleve. Glenville, sr., 6-2, 185. Athlete—Greg Claytor, Shaker Hts., so., 5-10, 185.

Honorable Mention

Brecksville-Broadview Hts. — Paul Karthan, Timmy Tupa, Tommy Tupa; Brush — Jalen Yancy; Cleve. Hts. — Marcus Bagley, Braxton Gamble, Dorian Hudson, Denzel Pillers; Eastlake North — Brandon Favors; Euclid — Rakeesh Nolden, Benny Walker; Garfield Hts. — Dillon Dalton, Aaron Jones, Tevin Weaver, David Wright; Glenville — Sean Draper, Aykee Henderson, Kiante Mcgee, Chris Overton, Alex Pace, Herbert Walker, Christopher Worley; Cleve. John F. Kennedy — Saivon Jefferson, Nate Phillips; John Marshall — Anthony Carter, James Plummer; Lakewood — Ben Fitchwell, Aturo Morgan; Lakewood St. Edward — Quincy Jones; Mayfield — Vince Austin, Ray Guerrini, Mitch Longo; North Olmsted — Mike Starkovic, Marc Remy, Brian Brunner, Patrick Moran; North Royalton — Bobby Barnes, Azarie Battle, Tyler Quick, Travis Tarnowski; Midpark — Josh Boros, Branson Repasy; RIVERSIDE — Tyler Burdorff, Adam Horvat, Anthony Bilal; Cleve. St. Ignatius — Chad Aerni, Zach Lozar, Tim McCoy, Adam North, James Sheehan, Eric Williams; Shaker Hts. — Connor Hall; Solon — Tres Barksdale, George Berry, Justin Kresevic, Cory Stuart; Willoughby South — Mitch Bizily, Anthony Federico, Kyle Ritz, Mike Strumbly, Thomas Venclauskas; Brad Brill, Avon Lake; Collin Bryant, Lorain; Devin Hill, Lorain; Raeshaun Smith, Lorain; Justin Dylan, Lorain.

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