All-Area Football

December 04, 2005

First Team Offense

QBPatrick BurnsJeffersonSenior6-1205

Strong-willed leader of Cougars' offense. Completed 41 of 99 passes for 1,045 yards and 15 TDs.

RBMike McKenzieWaynesboroSenior6-0205

Offensive Player of the Year. Mid-Penn Capital offensive MVP. Rushed for 1,810 yards and 19 touchdowns.

RBRyland NewmanJeffersonJunior5-9165

Tied for Tri-State area lead with 22 touchdowns. Third in rushing yardage with 1,697.

RBTyler PerryChambersburgSenior5-5145

Dual threat for the Trojans: Rushed for 1,278 yards and 10 TDs and caught 15 passes for 228 yards and two TDs.


RBEric ZwilskyBrunswickSenior5-9195

Rushed for area-leading 1,952 yards and 22 touchdowns through the Railroaders' win in the Class 1A North final.

WREddie DorseySt. JamesJunior5-10161

Averaged a whopping 30.3 yards per catch (16 catches, 484 yards) with seven TDs. Also rushed for 284 yards.

WRRyan MorrisBerkeley SpringsJunior6-3180

Indians' tight end caught 32 passes for 459 yards and four touchdowns.

WRScott RitterSt. John's-Prospect HallSenior6-0170

Vikings' second option had 40 catches for 670 yards and six touchdowns. Also had five interceptions.

OLDan CampbellGreencastleJunior6-1231

Mid-Penn Colonial First Team selection. Anchor of line which opened holes for two explosive running backs.

OLCharles CurryThomas JohnsonSenior6-4255

MVAL Chesapeake First Team selection. Patriots' top two runners gained more than 1,500 yards behind him.

OLTyler HockmanJeffersonSenior6-3260

All-State Second Team pick in 2004. Provided protection for Burns and made room for Newman and others.

OLMatt RhoderickBoonsboroSenior5-10200

MVAL Antietam First Team selection. Warriors' top four rushers gained 1,948 yards behind Rhoderick and line.

OLBryan RouzeeNorth HagerstownSenior6-1250

MVAL Antietam First Team selection. The Hubs rushed for 1,972 yards as a team with Rouzee leading the way.

KAdam WiestlingGreencastleSenior6-1205

Mid-Penn Colonial Second Team selection (punter/kicker).

Util.Randal SmedleySt. John's-Prospect HallJunior5-11170

Had 18 TDs (8 rushing, 8 receiving, 2 return) and 1,415 total yards (624 rushing, 791 receiving). Also had five INTs.

First Team Defense

DLAndrew CrownMiddletownJunior6-4280

MVAL Piedmont First Team selection. Forced nine fumbles, recovered five. Had 74 tackles, including 21 for losses.

DLJosh EdginMercersburg AcademySenior6-1235

Second in the Tri-State area with 11 sacks. Made 65 tackles, including 15 for losses.

DLBryce HobbsMartinsburgJunior5-8173

The Bulldogs' nose guard played much bigger than his height and weight. Had seven sacks and more than 75 tackles.

DLChad JonesBerkeley SpringsSenior6-0202

Led the area with 15 sacks and stopped 27 plays behind the line of scrimmage.

LBRobert FieldsMartinsburgSenior6-0185

Led the Bulldogs in tackles for the second consecutive year.

LBBobby HumphriesThomas JohnsonSenior6-3239

Defensive Player of the Year. Division I prospect (Maryland, West Virginia, Duke) led Patriots in tackles and INTs.

LBTyler MoserMiddletownSenior6-2220

MVAL Piedmont First Team Selection. Led Knights with 97 tackles. Also picked off three passes.

LBRusty RinerMusselmanSenior5-10175

Applemen's leader on offense (1,374 total yards) and defense (led team with 102 tackles).

DBKevin BerriganMd. School for the DeafSophomore6-1160

Led the Tri-State area and broke a single-season school record with eight interceptions.

DBJohn FreelsBerkeley SpringsSenior5-9153

The Indians' top coverage man had six interceptions and defended 23 passes. Also had 736 return yards.

DBKyle LeonardHedgesvilleJunior6-1170

Teamed with Michael Lopez as one of the best DB tandems in the area. Had five interceptions.

DBZach ShoemakerBoonsboroSenior6-0180

A good coverage DB who had five interceptions and threw for more than 600 yards as the Warriors' QB.

PThomas TeyssierJeffersonSenior5-8169

Averaged 39.5 yards per kick. Landed five kicks inside the 10-yard line.

Util.Josh BrownJeffersonSenior6-1157

Two-way star for the Cougars scored 14 TDs (3 rushing, 5 receiving, 6 return) and had six interceptions.

Coach of the Year

Clayton Anders


Anders helped the Warriors overcome early-season injuries and a 1-2 start to win their final seven regular-season games, claim the MVAL Antietam title and earn a berth in the Maryland Class 1A West playoffs.

Anders won a close vote over St. James' Chick Meehan and Mercersburg's Dan Walker.

Second Team Offense

QBLogan KelsoNorth HagerstownJunior

RBJustin ThompsonSmithsburgSenior

RBCody HessBerkeley SpringsSophomore

RBJimmy SutchSt. JamesJunior

RBJosh TwymanMartinsburgJunior

WRColten EurekaCatoctinJunior

WRAndrew LeadoreWalkersvilleSenior

WRJacquin MooreMartinsburgSenior

OLGreg LombMiddletownJunior

OLColton ParkinsonMusselmanJunior

OLRob ShawleyWilliamsportSenior

OLJared BussardSouth HagerstownSenior

OLSeth HainesBrunswickJunior

KTravis SchoenbergerChambersburgSenior

Util.Jaret TrailHancockSenior

Second Team Defense

DLSam TrumpBerkeley SpringsJunior

DLBen OvercashChambersburgSenior

DLSteven JohnsonTuscaroraJunior

DLJake SeeleyMartinsburgSenior

LBBrett ThrushGreencastle-AntrimSenior

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