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All-Valley Football: Simmons, Lewis, Two Murrays Lead 80th Annual Selections

December 18, 2011
The Intelligencer / Wheeling News-Register

OFFENSE

Eli Stewart

Senior OL

Article Photos

Najee Murray

Wheeling Park

The Patriots took a lot of flack for the lack of size along their line, but defenders sure were not laughing when Stewart got his big paws on them. The 250-pounder was literally a driving force behind a Wheeling Park offense that was as diverse as it was fast. The Patriots ran for 1,752 yards and passed for 1,640 more on their way back into the West Virginia Class AAA playoffs.

Justin Wade

Fact Box

First Team

Offense

OL - Eli Stewart, Wheeling Park, Sr.

OL - Justin Wade, John Marshall, Sr.

OL - Jake Powers, Morgantown, Sr.

OL - Elliott Albert, Martins Ferry, Sr.

OL - Michael Camilletti, Steubenville, Jr.

RB - Tyrel Simmons, Martins Ferry, Sr. (C)

RB - Maurtice Hython, Harrison Central, Jr.

RB - Dashaun Lewis, Cambridge, Sr. (C)

QB - Marcus Prather, Steubenville, Sr.

QB - Matt Kinnick, St. Clairsville, Jr.

WR - Mike Furda, Indian Creek, Sr.

WR - Stephen Rogalski, Magnolia, Jr.

WR - Juwan Whetstone, Bellaire, Sr.

UT - Jaylon Brown, St. Clairsville, Soph.

UT - Josten Dear, Buckeye Local, Sr.

UT - Lucas McDowell, Oak Glen, Sr.

K - Matt Carter, Wheeling Park, Sr.

Defense

DL - Preston Murray, Oak Glen, Jr. (C)

DL - William Houst, Steubenville, Sr.

DL - Christian Allen, Morgantown, Sr.

DL - Corey Ernest, St. Clairsville, Jr.

LB - Leshawn Luke, Steubenville, Sr.

LB - Evan Cline, Tyler Consolidated, Sr.

LB - Tanner Roller, Cambridge, Sr.

LB - Nick Pelegreen, Harrison Central, Jr.

LB - Josh Davis, Bellaire, Sr.

DB - Jeff Hissam, Oak Glen, Sr.

DB - Najee Murray, Steubenville, Sr. (C)

DB - D.C. Banks, Wheeling Park, Sr.

DB - Jerrid Marhefka, St. Clairsville, Jr.

UT - Justin Isinghood, Buckeye Local, Sr.

UT - Boo Lathon, Wheeling Park, Sr.

UT - Jordan Piergallini, Buckeye Local, Sr.

UT - Michael Ferns, St. Clairsville, Soph.

Second Team

Offense

OL - Danny Berry, Morgantown

OL - Cole Stephen, St. Clairsville

OL - Bentley Knight, Magnolia

OL - Slade Dillon, Tyler Consolidated

OL - Dylan Powell, Oak Glen

RB - Jo Jo Pierro, Steubenville

RB - Jayson Keller, Magnolia

RB - Tim Faulkner, Brooke

QB - Spencer Badia, Bellaire

QB - Lee Peluchette, Wheeling Park

WR - Zane Ayouch, Union Local

WR - Jake Lucas, John Marshall

UT - Tanner Hanna, Magnolia

UT - C.J. Williams, Martins Ferry

UT - Manny Ray, Bellaire

K - Zac Musilli, St. Clairsville

Defense

DL - Travis Maraney, University

DL - Michael Costantini, Steubenville

DL - Adam Kovac, Morgantown

DL - Christian Edmund, Bellaire

LB - Mack White, Parkersburg South

LB - Mark Ludewig, Indian Creek

LB - Kage Rohde, Magnolia

LB - Ben Evick, St. Clairsville

LB - Sean McGee, Martins Ferry

DB - Darrell Winfree, Cambridge

DB - Hunter Lemasters, Tyler Consolidated

DB - Reese Laishley, Cambridge

DB - Vondel Bell, Wheeling Park

UT - Aaron Fonner, John Marshall

UT - Mike Ferns, St. Clairsville

UT - Kyle Minger, Edison

UT - David Kemp, Indian Creek

Honorable Mention

Bellaire: Chucky Myers.

Brooke: Alec Buchmelter, Mason Bates.

Buckeye Local: Greg Ring, A.J. Barsch.

Cambridge: Trevor Wilson.

Edison: Shane O'Brien, Mark Smyth.

Harrison Central: Clayton Coffman.

Indian Creek: Montel McClelland, Shane Winland.

John Marshall: Evan Magers, Tyler Fordyce.

Magnolia: Drew Keller.

Martins Ferry: Trent Neavin, Zach Coole, Richie Padyjacek.

Meadowbrook: Courtland Johnson.

Morgantown: Jalen Thomas, Shane Commodore, Sammy Lusk.

Oak Glen: Dylan Davis, Ethan Delekta.

St. Clairsville: Dan Monteroso, Luke Smith.

Steubenville: Davon Wicker, Matt Petrella.

Tyler Consolidated: Koty Martin.

Union Local: Robert Simpson.

University: Karl Gall.

Weir: Andy Marshall, Ryan Mendenhall.

Wheeling Park: J.R. Pyle, Lee Mendenhall.

Special Mention

Bellaire: Dalton Conroy; Brooke: Gio Fuscardo, Raleigh Mason; Buckeye Local: Josiah Hannen, Brian Zeroski; Cambridge: Anthony Miller; Harrison Central: Matt Shurina; Indian Creek: Frank Ward, Alex Young; John Marshall: James Morgan; Magnolia: Nick Blatt, Cole Seckman; Martins Ferry: Jonathan Carlier, Robert Vargo; Morgantown: Kevin Minehart; Heath Bolyard, Evan Hamilton, Mark Johnson; Oak Glen: Zack Staley, Clayton Flowers, Nate Wright; St. Clairsville: Chase Garan, Greg Parker; Steubenville: Dashawn Redmen, Tashawn Luke; Union Local: Kaleb Blackman, Eric Dunfee; University: Travis Layton; Wheeling Park: Carl Earnest.

(The Intelligencer/News-Register All-Valley 'Big School' captains since selections resumed in 1951. One team was picked from 1923-41).

2011 - Tyrel Simmons, RB, Martins Ferry; Dashaun Lewis, RB, Cambridge; Najee Murray, DB, Steubenville; Preston Murray, DL, Oak Glen.

2010 - Justin Fox, QB, Magnolia; Dein Ward, WR, Bellaire; Ryan Lazear, LB, Brooke; Shaq Petteway, LB, Steubenville.

2009 - Cotey Wallace, Utility, Brooke; Dwight Macon, QB, Steubenville; Richard Hall, LB, Wheeling Park; Tyler Arigoni, LB, Union Local.

2008 - Jordan Barbina, QB, Union Local; Dwight Macon, QB, Steubenville (jr.); Jeremy Murray, Utility, Martins Ferry; Branko Busick, LB, Steubenville.

2007 - Bryan Gaiters, RB, Zanesville; Zach Gust, WR, Union Local; Dan Gordon, LB, Wheeling Central (jr.); Steve Davis, DB, Steubenville.

2006 - Zach Collaros, QB, Steubenville; Nick Rocchio, QB, Bellaire; Stephen Ford, RB, Cambridge.

2005 - Angelo Magnone, OL-DL, Steubenville; Nate Davis, QB, Bellaire; Mike Buffo, LB, Weir

2004 - Ryan Church, Spc, Martins Ferry; Zach Amedro, QB, John Marshall; Zac Cooper, LB, Weir

2003 - Nate Hubbard, RB, Steubenville; Matt Wright, RB, Tyler Consolidated; Cody Tominack, LB, Wheeling Park.

2002 - Caleb Meyer, QB-DB-Spc, Edison; Nate Hubbard (jr.), RB, Steubenville; Shawn Waliesky, FB-LB, Martins Ferry; Aaron Bane, RB-LB, Indian Creek.

2001 - Trent Lehasky, RB-WR, John Marshall; Derrick Stickles, RB-PK, Oak Glen; John Smith, LB, Magnolia; Aaron Bane, LB-FB, Indian Creek (jr.)

2000 - Adam Quirk, QB, St. Clairsville; Billy Rinderer, WR, John Marshall; Todd Filtz, LB, Steubenville

1999 - Jarod Rine, QB, John Marshall; Vinnie West, RB, Steubenville; Tony Collette, RB, Martins Ferry; Josh Ludwig, DL, East Liverpool

1998 - Fred Ray, QB, Martins Ferry; Quincy Wilson, RB, Weir; Derek Palmer, LB, Magnolia

1997 - Ty Masciarelli, QB, Bellaire; Chad Brinker, RB, Martins Ferry; Quincy Wilson (jr.), RB, Weir; Justin Gosney, DB, Indian Creek

1996 - Chad Brinker (jr.), RB, Martins Ferry; Ben Taylor, WR, Bellaire; Kevin Snyder, LB, John Marshall; Jeff Powell, DE, Wheeling Park

1995 - Jose Davis, QB, Bellarie; Rich Mamie, LB, Bellaire; Luke Schumacher, LB, Monroe Central

1994 - Nate Johnson, RB, Steubenville; Chet Pobolish, RB, Buckeye Local; Chad Barkley, LB, Weir

1993 - Mark Cisar, QB, Magnolia; Art Miller, RB, Weir; Chris Enochs, QB, Oak Glen; Rich Theil, DE, St. Clairsville; Todd Clark, DL, Brooke

1992 - Mark Cisar (jr.), QB, Magnolia; Ken Fisher, WR, Magnolia; Bill West, RB, Buckeye Local; Curtis McGhee, RB, Wheeling Central; Kirk Stecik, LB, Brooke; Steve Terry, LB, Steubenville

1991 - Daryl Johnson, RB, Wheeling Park; Aaron Cisar, QB, Magnolia; Bill West (jr.), RB, Buckeye Local; Michael Tillman, WR, Steubenville; Greg Wise, LB, Brooke

1990 - George Vudrogovic, OL, Steubenville; Kevin Heller, QB, Wheeling Park; Bob Dunlevy, DL, Brooke

1989 - Zach Abraham, WR, Wheeling Park; Paul Kokas, OT, Steubenville; David Allen, DL, East Liverpool

1988 - Keith Jeter, RB, Weir; Dunyasha Yetts, RB, Steubenville; Joe Pabian, LB, St. Clairsville; Brian Stolarik, OL, Magnolia

1987 - Willie Clay, OE, Linsly; Hans Yetts, DL, Steubenville; Matt Ceglie, LB, Brooke

1986 - Jeff Sweitzer, QB, Brooke; John Spencer, RB, and Shawn Vincent, QB, St. Clairsville; Larry Long, LB, East Liverpool

1985 - John Spencer (jr.), RB, St. Clairsville; George Kidwell, DL, Brooke; Brian Young, LB, Steubenville

1984 - Mike Tennant, QB, Wheeling Park; Todd Kinder, OE, Bellaire; Charlie Keenan, DL, Steubenville; Dan McGrew, LB, Weir

1983 - Monte Summers, RB, Weir; Mike Mayo, DB, Steubenville; C.J. Gross, LB, St. Clairsville and Joe Vincent, QB, St. Clairsville

1982 - Todd Morris, QB, Magnolia; Andre Creech, QB, Steubenville; Frank Stewart, DL, Brooke; Tim Wilson, RB, Toronto

1981 - Todd Morris (jr.), QB, Magnolia; John Ceglie, LB, Brooke; Dennis Swearingen, DB, Martins Ferry

1980 - Jeff Woofter, OG, Oak Glen; Ernie Anderson, DL, Brooke; Trey Duffy, LB, Bellaire

1979 - Jim Johnson, RB, Martins Ferry; Tom Thomas, DB, Wheeling Central

1978 - Tim Spencer, RB, St. Clairsville; Jeff Patterson, OE, Brooke; John Brown, LB, Jefferson Union; Craig Miller, LB, Bridgeport

1977 - Rico Cox, RB, Wheeling Park; Mike Dawson, DB, Magnolia

1976 - Doug West, RB, Wintersville; Jerry Browne, OE, East Liverpool; Darrell Solomon, MG, Steubenville; Jim Gompers, OE, Wheeling Central

1975 - John Leon, OT, Brooke; Ernie Washington, RB, East Liverpool; Lance Mehl, LB, Bellaire; Jeff Kreider, OE, Oak Glen

1974 - Bill Stone, RB, Toronto; Ernie Andria, MG, Wintersville

1973 - Bob Wilt, QB, Magnolia; Terry Kettlewell, C, Wintersville; Eric Frankovitch, LB, Weir; Dan Mlynek, LB, Bellaire

1972 - Brian Book, QB, and John (Fuzzy) Filliez, OE, Magnolia; Jim Woofter, LB, Oak Glen

1971 - Steve Jones, RB, Toronto; Mike Mehalik, RB, and Dave Tuttle, LB, Steubenville Central; Doug Fedak, LB, Brooke

1970 - Ed (Buzz) Evans, OT, Bellaire St. John's; John Ostrander, MG, Bellaire

1969 - Jeff Rice, RB, St. Clairsville

1968 - Alan Hornyak, QB, Bellaire St. John's

1967 - Pat Korsnick, QB, Wheeling Central

1966 - Mike Palmer, RB, Steubenville; Tom Hogan, T, Wheeling Central

1965 - Don Hutchins, G, Bellaire

1964 - Buster Yannon, RB, Steubenville Central

1963 - Wayne Peters, G, Bellaire

1962 - Harry Wilson, RB, Steubenville

1961 - Larry Duck and Vic Rose, RBs, Martins Ferry

1960 - Bob Kelley (jr.), RB, Weir; Bill Lude, E, Martins Ferry

1959 - Charles Mamula, T, Martins Ferry

1958 - Tom Bloom, RB, Weir

1957 - Roger Holdinsky, RB, Moundsville; Joe Maroon, RB, Bellaire St. John's

1956 - Bob Ryland, E, Linsly

1955 - Geno Sessi, RB, St. Clairsville; Don Kuri, T, Bellaire

1954 - Rich Wilinski, E, Follansbee; Jim Nemec, RB, Bellaire

1953 - Pete Gongola, E, Benwood Union; Ed Garbark, RB, Wheeling Central

1952 - Jerry Comer, RB, Linsly; John Piehowicz, E, Bellaire

1951 - Ken Vargo, C, Martins Ferry

Senior OL

John Marshall

At 6-foot-5 and 330 pounds, Wade stuck out like a sore thumb. When you're that kind of a hulking human it can sometimes be a detriment because everyone notices when that guy gets beat or misses an assignment. Fortunately for the Monarchs, they rarely had to worry about the second team all-stater failing to do his job. When John Marshall needed the tough yardage, it went behind Wade.

Jake Powers

Senior OL

Morgantown

When you have as many running backs gain more than 250 yards on the season as the Mohigans did, it becomes obvious the big boys up front are more than holding their own. The lead guy in that pack for Coach John Bowers was this 5-9, 235-pounder who also was recognized as a second team all-state selection.

Elliott Albert

Senior OL

Martins Ferry

Two things are certain on a yearly basis - the Purple Riders will qualify for the playoffs, and they'll do so with a punishing ground game. Such was the case again as Ferry made the postseason and featured a pair of tailbacks who combined for more than 2,200 yards. At the center of it all, or in this case the tackle, was Albert.

Michael Camilletti

Junior OL

Steubenville

If you want to play for Coach Reno Saccoccia, and particularly when you're talking offensive line, you've got to be fast and physical. Camilletti, who moved from center to tackle, was both. Big Red piled up more than 3,000 yards of offense in returning to the postseason, thanks in no small part to Camilletti, who will be a three-year starter next season.

Tyrel Simmons

Captain

Senior RB

Martins Ferry

If a player can have his career defined by one drive, Simmons' will forever be known for a late fourth-quarter march against then-undefeated St. Clairsville. That night the Purple Riders went 99 yards for the game-winner. Simmons rushed 209 times for 1,289 yards and 16 touchdowns on his way to being named first team All-Ohio in Division IV.

Maurtice Hython

Junior RB

Harrison Central

An All-Eastern District first teamer and a two-time member of the All-Valley squad, Hython took it to an even higher level this season for Coach Justin Kropka's Huskies. A bull of a back at 5-9 and 190 pounds, he rushed for 1,588 yards and 20 touchdowns. Hython, who also caught 11 passes including three touchdowns, ran for more than 1,300 yards as a sophomore.

Dashaun Lewis

Captain

Senior RB

Cambridge

When the idea was running the football, few in the Big School ranks did it better than Lewis. In Coach Rick Goodrich's last season with the Bobcats, he turned the 6-0, 215-pounder with 4.5 speed loose. Lewis averaged 7.1 yards per carry on his way to 1,656 yards and a whopping 27 touchdowns en route to a first team All-Ohio season in Division III.

Marcus Prather

Senior QB

Steubenville

Not a lot of people think of the quarterback position when the conversation turns to Steubenville, but it has had one of the best runs in the area during the last decade or so. Prather, who was invited to walk on at Pitt, had to wait his turn, but made the most of his final season in a Big Red uniform. The right-hander completed 102 of 162 (63 percent) of his passes for 1,588 yards and 18 touchdowns, against three interceptions.

Matt Kinnick

Junior QB

St. Clairsville

Taking over for his older brother, Kinnick felt right at home immediately in the Red Devils' high-powered offense, which helped it to the second round of the Ohio playoffs. In 11 games, he was good on 128 of 219 attempts for 2,440 yards and 26 touchdowns. Kinnick also ran for nearly 500 yards on his way to being named All-Eastern District.

Mike Furda

Senior WR

Indian Creek

Coach Andrew Connor's Redskins have been opening up the offense more the last couple seasons, and with Furda to throw the football to, it's hardly any wonder. He hauled in 37 passes this season to gain 735 yards, scoring 12 touchdowns along the way. He had 63 tackles, nine sacks and three INTs defensively.

Stephen Rogalski

Junior WR

Magnolia

A new quarterback proved to be no problem for Rogalski, The Intelligencer's Sophomore of the Year in 2010. Already a two-time member of both this team and the Class AA All-W.Va. selection, Rogalski (5-11, 170) came down with 59 receptions for 898 yards and six touchdowns this season. He also returned a pair of kicks for scores.

Juwan Whetstone

Senior WR

Bellaire

Returning to the football field after taking some time off, Whetstone found immediate chemistry with his quarterback. Coach Jose Davis turned the tandem loose on opposing secondaries, and the results were scary. Whetstone pulled in 29 catches for 729 yards and scored nine touchdowns.

Jaylon Brown

Sophomore Utility

St. Clairsville

There was arguably no bigger threat to go the distance this season than Brown, who found a number of different ways to hurt opponents. Despite missing a chunk of time with an injury, Brown averaged 10.4 yards per rush (74 carries, 769 yards) and scored 10 touchdowns. He added 17 catches for 317 yards and three more scores.

Josten Dear

Senior Utility

Buckeye Local

This guy was a battering ram for Coach Anthony Barsch's Panthers. Dear carried the football 163 times for 1,212 yards and 16 touchdowns this season. He finished with 3,709 career yards, which is second in school history. In addition, he is only the second back to rush for 1,000 yards more than once in a career.

Lucas McDowell

Senior Utility

Oak Glen

Blessed with great size for a quarterback, McDowell helped lead Coach Tony Filberto's team to the second round of the playoffs. A first team all-state selection, he led all Big School rushers with 1,753 yards and 19 touchdowns on 202 carries. Throwing the football, McDowell completed 25 of 55 for 492 yards and five touchdowns.

Matt Carter

Senior K

Wheeling Park

This Patriot made a name for himself this season with his strong right leg. Carter kicked five field goals for the playoff-qualify club, including a school-record 48-yarder. He also kicked 36 extra points to finish second on the team in scoring 46 points, and had 23 touchbacks on kickoffs.

DEFENSE

Preston Murray

Captain

Junior DL

Thought to be a candidate for the Hunt Award which is given annually to the state's top interior lineman, this Golden Bears stalwart was recently named first team all-state. From his tackle position, Murray registered 97 tackles - 21 for loss and 10 sacks while also forcing four fumbles, recovering three and intercepting a pass.

William Houst

Senior DL

Steubenville

The Big Red defense was ferocious, and nobody was scarier looking across the line of scrimmage than Houst. Very athletic and agile for his size, he showed off his ability with a one-handed interception that was the talk of the valley for months. A second team all-state pick, Houst had 44 tackles, nine for loss, as well as nine sacks, two forced fumbles and two recoveries, a blocked kick and the interception he took to the end zone.

Christian Allen

Senior DL

Morgantown

His name has been known for years for his work on both sides of the ball, but he made a real impact this season as a 6-1, 245-pound defensive end. A first team All-W.Va. selection at the same position, Allen made 35 tackles - six for loss - and recorded eight sacks as the Mohigans made another deep playoff trip.

Corey Ernest

Junior DL

St. Clairsville

The Red Devils were known for their offense, but that defense wasn't too shabby either. Some of that had to do with the play of Ernest, who was charted with 11 solo tackles, 35 initials, nine sacks, six assists, five tackles for loss, a pair of QB hurries for Coach Brett McLean's crew.

Leshawn Luke

Senior LB

Steubenville

When helmets started rattling, there was a good chance Luke was the one dishing out the punishment. The leading tackler for Saccoccia, Luke made 87 stops - 33 more than anyone else - during the regular season, including four for loss and four sacks.

Evan Cline

Senior LB

Tyler Consolidated

A rock during tough times, Cline also was awarded second team all-state laurels this season for Coach Rob Caldwell's Silver Knights. He registered 64 solo tackles and 32 assists. Cline also came through with nine stops behind the line and a pair of sacks, as well as two forced fumbles, four batted passes and an interception he returned for a touchdown.

Tanner Roller

Senior LB

Cambridge

A third team all-state pick for the Bobcats, you could follow the ball by locating Roller on the field. A 5-10, 185-pounder, he made 90 tackles, 50 of which were of the solo variety. In addition, Roller accumulated 16 stops for loss, 4.5 sacks, a interception, a fumble recovery and a forced fumble.

Nick Pelegreen

Junior LB

Harrison Central

Blessed with good size at 6-3, Pelegreen recorded a team-best 101 tackles this season for Kropka's Huskies. An All-Eastern District first-team performer, he had a way of sniffing the football out of a crowd, which is evident by the number of tackles.

Josh Davis

Senior LB

Bellaire

A second team All-Ohio selection for the Big Reds, Davis was just about everywhere on both sides of the ball this season. Defensively he had 90 solo tackles and assisted on six others - eight for loss. In addition, Davis caused three fumbles, recovered another and knocked down five passes.

Jeff Hissam

Senior DB

Oak Glen

Another W.Va. first team all-stater, Hissam literally burst onto the scene in his first year of varsity football. In 12 games, Hissam was charted with 46 tackles - 11 solos - and eight interceptions, while also recovering a fumble. Whether running, catching or returning kicks, he racked up 1,588 total yards (24.3 a touch) and scored 16 times.

Najee Murray

Captain

Steubenville DB

You won't find very many opposing quarterbacks on this level willing to throw this Ohio State recruit's way. He finished with 54 tackles for a club that allowed 9.1 points each night during another perfect regular season, en route to being named Division III co-Defensive Player of the Year. Offensively he had 17 catches for 280 yards and four touchdowns.

D.C. Banks

Senior DB

Wheeling Park

Playing free safety for Coach Chris Daugherty's Patriots, Banks was everything a ballhawk should be. Not only did he make his way toward the line of scrimmage frequently enough to record 61 tackles, but he led Wheeling Park with five interceptions on his way to being selected first team all-state.

Jerrid Marhefka

Junior DB

St. Clairsville

Somehow when the ball was up for grabs, this Eastern District Defensive Player of the Year always seemed to come up with it. Not only did Marhefka come through with seven interceptions, but also a whopping 15 passes defensed. He made 14 solo tackles - one for loss - 13 initials and one fumble recovery.

Justin Isinghood

Senior Utility

Buckeye Local

Whether he was on offense or defense, the ball was normally in sure hands when it found its way to Isinghood, which it just so happened to do more often than not. Defensively he was charted with a team-leading seven interceptions. On the other side of the ball, Isinghood made 13 catches for 371 yards.

Boo Lathon

Senior Utility

Wheeling Park

In just his second season of varsity football, the high-rising Lathon came on strong, which was one of the chief reasons for the Patriots' success. He made 41 stops and had an interception as a defensive back, while hauling in 36 passes for 588 yards and four touchdowns offensively.

Jordan Piergallini

Senior Utility

Buckeye Local

At times lost in Dear's shadow, Piergallini stepped out of it in a big way. Not only did he registered 60 tackles on the defensive side of the football, but offensively Piergallini was able to carry the ball 91 times for 510 yards and five touchdowns.

Michael Ferns

Sophomore Utility

St. Clairsville

Along with his teammate Brown, is one of just two sophomores on the team. He burst onto the scene during a Next Level Football combine during the summer, then when nuts this fall. Ferns recorded 24 solo stops, 63 initials, 10 assists, eight tackles for loss, two pass breakups and hurries each. He also caused a fumble, recovered two and had a sack. Offensively Ferns ran for 373 yards and four scores, and caught 13 passes for 199 and another.

 
 

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