Monday, December 13, 2010

CMS All-Conference Football Teams Announced

Here are Mecklenburg County public school all-conference football teams. The All-Mecklenburg and All-Observer teams, selected by the Observer staff, will appear later this month. The all-conference teams are selected by the coaches.

Southwestern 4A
Offensive line: Nick Davidson-A Kell; Matt Carrick-A Kell; Brandon McNeely-Butler; Nick Sansotta-Butler; Chris Kinney-East Meck; Ben Wetherby-Indep.; Harrison Monk-Prov.; Bentley Spain-Prov.; Matt Ledford, Rocky River; Casey Blaser, South Meck
Running Backs: Jahwan Edwards-Butler; Reggie Tsikudo-East Meck; Chris Williams-Prov.; Corwin Moore-SMeck
Quarterbacks: Drew Davies-A Kell; Chauncey Concepcion-Prov Tight Ends: Drew Owens-AKell; Darren Albertson-Myers ParkWide Receivers: Zach Ferguson-Butler; Sam Shisso-E Meck; Adissa Batten-Indep.; Adrian Gamble-Indep.; Ben England-Prov.; Napoleon Belk-Myers Park
Kicker: Miller Synder, Myers ParkSpecialist: Damario Johnson, South Meck
Offensive player of the year: Justus Pickett, A Kell
Defensive line: Ian Dibble, A Kell; Romeo Okwara, A Kell; Colin Parsons, Butler; Kyle Mackie, East Meck; Jimmy Gipson, Indep.; Daniel Garces, Prov.; Justin Hawke, Myers Park; Santorio Alson, South Meck
Linebackers: David Jackson, A Kell; Austin Kennedy, A Kell; Stephen Amoah, Butler; Peter Kalambayi, Butler; Roy Mewborn, Indep.; Dan D’Andrea, Prov.; Garrett Gysel, Myers Park; John Chamberlain, South Meck
Defensive backs: Mark Bridges, Butler; Dominique Brewer, Butler; Austin Stewart, Butler; Damon Johnson, Indep.; Chris Shaffer, Prov.; Derek Battie, Prov.; Michael Campbell, South Meck; Adam Nix, South Meck
Punter: Tommy Hibbard, Butler
Defensive Specialist: Tim Youtsey, South Meck
Defensive player of the year: Kris Frost, Butler
Coach of the year: Adam Hastings, A Kell

ME-GA 7 3A/4A
Quarterbacks: Jarke Hopkins, East Gaston; Ronnie Stinson, Garinger
Running Backs: Sterling West, Olympic; Shawn Wilson, Harding; Nick Johnson, Catholic; Steven Bevilaqua, Catholic
Offensive line: Patrick Shoaff, Catholic; Joe Mankowski, Catholic; Zack Levins, Catholic; Jovan Dudley, Waddell; Sterlin Houston, West Meck; Robert Black, Garinger; Dimond Harris, Garinger; Christin Holmes, Garinger; Devin Wilson, East Gaston; Ben Yeagley, Olympic; Jeff Taylor, Olympic
Wide Receivers: Rahiem Jennings, Olympic; John Brockington, Garinger; De’Juan Coates, Waddell; Eddie Graves, Harding; Preston Earle, Harding; Jakareen Smith, West Meck
Tight End: Nick Funck, Catholic; Mark Harrell, Catholic
Kicker: Jesse Roy, Catholic
Offensive Specialist: Jonathan Taylor, West Meck
Offensive player of year: Preston Earle, Harding
Defensive line: Shaquille Hart, West Meck; Jereem White, E. Gaston; Antray Small, Olympic; Mike Jones, Olympic; Deondre Reid, Harding; Aquil Stewart, Harding; Adam Farley, Catholic; Garrett Keenan, Catholic; Quentin Nelson, Garinger
Def. backs: Ryan Herbin, Waddell; Cameron Sullivan, Harding; Jack Brodowicz, Catholic; Sam Marsh, Garinger; Prince Mayala, W. Meck; Jalyn Crenshaw, W. Meck; Shawn Brown, W. Meck; Linval Bennett, Olympic; Vidol Crawford, E. Gaston; Troy Steele, E. Gaston
Linebackers: Matt Cincotta, Catholic; Keith McAfee, Olympic; Keemar Noble, Olympic; Maximo Martinez, Garinger; Zack Douglas, Garinger; Kyree Thames, Harding; Devin Martin, W. Meck; Tashion Singleton, W. Meck
Punter: Richard Sigmon, E. Gaston
Defensive Specialist: Collin Manning, Catholic
Defensive player of year: Keith McAfee, Olympic

 I-MECK 4A
Offensive Player of the Year:  Marquise Williams Mallard Creek
Defensive Player of the Year:  Alex Glover Mallard Creek
Punter of the Year:  Nathan Deering Hough
Kicker of the Year:  Tyler Roberts Hopewell
Specialist of the Year:  Ardy Holmes West Charlotte
QB:
Patrick O’Brien - Mooresville; Cole Blythe - Hopewell;
RB:      Jalen Simmons - West Charlotte; Dondre’ Lewis-Freeman - Hopewell; Jela Duncan - Mallard Creek; Aaron McNeely - Mallard Creek; Larenz Bryant - Vance 
WR:    Leroy Jackson - Hopewell; Terrence Clyburn - North Mecklenburg; Raashan Brown - North Mecklenburg;     Jamal Harbinson - Mallard Creek; Kevin Asanti - Mallard Creek; Austin Eisenhofer - Lake Norman; Zeke Clarke – Lake Norman; Brandon Mobley – Hough; Mike Neal – Vance
OL:    Darius Robinson - West Charlotte; Gerald Hudson - West Charlotte; Trevor Jackson - West Charlotte; Josh Holbrooks - Mooresville; Zack Brown - Mooresville;     Kevin Auten - Hopewell; Devin Flowers - Mallard Creek; Demarcus Humphries - Mallard Creek; Brian Smallwood – Vance; Pablo Alva - Vance
DL:    Britton Grier - West Charlotte; Vonques Knox - West Charlotte; Charles Wilkes - Mooresville; DeAndre Coleman - Mooresville; Givonne Evans - Hopewell; Tevin Steveson - Hopewell; Latham York - North Mecklenburg; Brent Spiask - Mallard Creek; Nick Dease – Vance; Tyler Hamilton - Vance
LB:    Josh Holcomb - Mooresville; Denzel Heath - Hopewell; Andrew Yost - North Mecklenburg; Jalen Smith - Mallard Creek; Connor Donoghue - Lake Norman; Brain Jones - Hough;    Tajir Bryant - Vance
DB:    Tyler Threatt - Mooresville; Caleb Raper - Mooresville; Darnell Foster - North Mecklenburg; Brandon Wilkerson - Mallard Creek; Matthew Browning - Mallard Creek; Connor Burk - Lake Norman; Nate Mays – Hough; Justin Beatty – Vance; Calvin Hunter – Vance

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

I could not belive that Takhare Donalson # 20 who played strong safty he had 4 interceptions two for touchdowns, did not get this award ahead of Brandon Wilkerson who was a second string player and only played in nickle defenses and Matthew Browning who did not have more intercetions nor tackles. I am a fan and go to all the games of mallard Creek but could not belive this one!!

Anonymous said...

To bad we weren't able to see the true state championship between Mallard Creek and Butler.

Anonymous said...

With respect, the true state championship was December 11 and Butler won. Mallard Creek lost in the playoff to a good Vance team.

Anonymous said...

MallCreek would never have made the semis even though they didnt. Running up scores al season chasing and padding individual stats is counter production. Forget Butler, Wake Rolesville would have destroyed them.

Anonymous said...

Mecklenburg County all-star teams are a total farce. The list of players who aren't "all stars" is shorter than the list of those who are supposedly all stars.

Talk about cheapening the award for those truly deserving. Just think, some kid 20 years from now can say he was one of the nine best wide receivers or one of the 10 best defensive linemen in the IMECK.

These aren't all-star teams. They're a list of the top players on each team. That's NOT an all-star team.

Anonymous said...

It's Pete's house, what do you expect? All animals are equal.

Anonymous said...

Takhare Donalson had picks none for touchdowns.Brandon wilkerson had 4 ints also And started.What game where you watching?

wiley said...

Let's hope CMS comes to their senses and eliminates all sports programs to focuses on academics during this severe budget crisis.

Anonymous said...

Brandon Wilkerson had 6 or 7 interception this year and he was a sure tackler and starting safety for Mallard Creek for two season and Takhare Donaldson should be on the list but B Wilkerson deserves it more and also Matthew Browning didnt accumulate alot of stats because QB did not throw his way thats how good he was

Anonymous said...

Can the SW 4A, Offensive Specialist get his own line and have his name spelled right. (Demario Johnson)

Anonymous said...

ya know, not all high school sports lose money...

Anonymous said...

Yes, all hs sports lose money. Coaching salaries, equipment, officials, facilities, buses, etc. far overrun budget.