Northwest Football On The News

September 5, 2009

Whitman Beats Northwest, 29-16

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By Mark Giannotto

Special to The Washington Post
Saturday, September 5, 2009

After a tumultuous offseason marked by two deaths within the program, the Northwest football team hoped the start of the 2009 campaign would be a sanctuary of sorts. Instead, it brought more pain to an emotionally fragile squad.

Six plays into the opening drive of Friday night’s game at Whitman, the Jaguars watched as senior safety Alieu Nyass lay on the ground for almost 20 minutes, unable to straighten his dislocated ankle. Nyass, a two-way player and team leader who plays wide receiver, was taken away in an ambulance to nearby Suburban Hospital.

On the next play, Whitman senior Kevin Cecala scored on a six-yard run, and the Vikings never looking back en route to a 29-16 victory.

After the game, first-year Northwest Coach Mark Maradei revealed Nyass had broken the ankle and will undergo surgery soon. He will miss the rest of the season. During practices this week, the Jaguars also lost starting place kicker Ian Cottrell to a broken leg.

The devastating injuries came just two months after Northwest’s Edwin “Dek” Miller died from a heat stroke during a voluntary conditioning practice in July. Days before that incident, running back Hassan Dixon’s 12-year-old sister, Shiane, died in a car accident in which Dixon was the driver.

“I know they try and suck it up, but deep down inside they’re just kids,” an emotional Maradei said afterward. “They’ve just been through more trauma than I could ever imagine.”

Earlier in the day, Northwest held its annual fall pep rally, and the team’s captains received a standing ovation from the student body when they held up the jersey of Miller.

Maradei couldn’t hold back the tears during pregame warm-ups as he recounted how Dixon had asked to put a sticker commemorating his sister on the front of his helmet, instead of the back like the rest of his team. In addition, every helmet had a sticker in honor of Miller.

But Whitman, well aware of the circumstances, came out firing, executing an onside kick on the opening kickoff and just missed connecting on a flea flicker for the game’s first play from scrimmage.

Cecala finished with 187 yards and three touchdowns, as the Vikings dominated the trenches. Dixon, one of Montgomery County’s top returning running backs, was held to just 62 yards on the ground, much of which came in the second half when the game was well out of reach.

“I feel for those guys, I really do,” said Whitman Coach Jim Kuhn. “But in the end, you’re trying to win the game. Things just came together for us tonight.”

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September 3, 2009

All-Decade Team Week 17

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Thursday, September 3, 2009

Week 17

SALIM KOROMA
THE NORTHWEST JAGUAR OF THE DECADE
Varsity Playing Years: 2002-2004

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Offensive Player of the Decade: Ike Whitaker – Class of 2005
Offense: QB Josh Volpe – Class of 2007
Offense: RB Ray Custis – Class of 2000
Offense: RB Anthony King – Class of 2007
Offense: RB Tony Nelson – Class of 2005
Offense: WR Dean Boateng – Class of 2007
Offense: WR Darren Brownlee – Class of 2005
Offense: TE George Hackey – Class of 2000
Offense: OL Fred Lamberth – Class of 2006
Offense: OL Tyrone Leatherwood – Class of 2008
Offense: OL Kwang-Min Choe – Class of 2003
Offense: OL Lee Oliver – Class of 2004
Offense:OL Bill Rodriguez – Class of 2000
Offense:OL Nathan Soto – Class of 2004
Defensive Player of the Decade: Joe Lefeged – Class of 2007
Defense: DB Anwar Phillips – Class of 2001
Defense: DB French Pope – Class of 2000
Defense: DB Dustin Smith – Class of 2003
Defense: DB DeWayne Whitaker – Class of 2003
Defense: LB Kelvin Davies – Class of 2004
Defense: LB Wes Fry – Class of 2004
Defense: LB Eugene King – Class of 2002
Defense: LB Chris Patterson – Class of 2007
Defense: LB Terrence Peete – Class of 2005
Defense: DL Terrell Golden – Class of 2001
Defense: DL Jon Green – Class of 2002
Defense: DL Cortenous Herbert – Class of 2005
Defense: DL Brad Stewart – Class of 2001
Kicker: Mehmet Hazar – Class of 2001
Punter: Brian Shaw – Class of 2001

September 1, 2009

Northwest Passage

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It can only get better

Dan Greenberg | The Gazette

Sept 1, 2009

In the past six months, the Northwest football team has faced staggering upheaval.

It began when gifted junior linebacker David Katembwe was charged with, and subsequently imprisoned for, a March 26 robbery. A June 30 car crash injured standout rising senior Hassan Dixon and took the life of his 12-year old sister, Shiane. Shortly after that, rising junior Edwin “Dek” Miller collapsed on the field during voluntary conditioning drills and died three days later.

With their nightmarish offseason in the past, the Jaguars can now look forward to a possible dream in-season.

“We’ve had a lot of tragedy since I got here and all I can say is that we have a resilient group of young men,” said first-year head coach Mark Maradei, who helmed Rockville for the past three years. “I’ve been very happy and really amazed at how everyone’s been dealing with everything that’s been dropped in their laps. I can’t imagine being their age and doing what they’re doing. And you know, I believe in these kids.”

His faith is not blind. With the talent and experience they have back, the Jaguars are a legitimate threat to make postseason noise.

It starts in the backfield, with Dixon back for an encore. In his first year with the school after transferring in from Good Counsel, the lightning-fast halfback — he ran on Northwest’s Class 4A state-champion 4×400-meter relay teams during indoor and outdoor track seasons — rushed for 1,026 yards and 14 touchdowns. He also shows outstanding potential at cornerback, where he could start.

“He’s healthy; we scrimmaged Kennedy and he scored three touchdowns,” said Maradei. “He’s dedicated the season to his sister and he is doing everything 100 miles per hour.”

Also lining up behind the line is third-year starting quarterback Jarrhett Butler, who threw for 1,279 yards and 10 touchdowns a year ago.

Though his targets are new, the dropoff should be nonexistent. Senior Alieu Nyass looked like a star in the Upper Montgomery Passing League this summer, while Thomas Johnson transfer Tyler Demett also appeared promising. Junior Detrick Hoes, according to Maradei, has “off-the-charts athleticism” and scored 12 touchdowns in his one season on JV, while senior Randy Markush is a capable fill-in for departed University of Maryland freshman Marcus Whitfield at tight end.

Two spots on the offensive line are still up for grabs, though seniors Ali Tolson, Michael Lentz and Matt Andrews are anchors.

Tolson is the only unquestioned starter on the defensive line, but from the second level on, the Jaguars are deep and formidable. Markush will play the defensive end/outside linebacker hybrid, while classmate Chris Bisselle was the team’s leading tackler last fall on the inside.

Lost was projected starting ‘backer Diontae Joppy, who transferred to Seneca Valley, but with strong safety Nyass, Dixon and cornerback Troy Anderson, the cupboard is full on defense.

“I don’t want to tell you we’ll go 14-0 and win the state, because we could come out and fall flat on our faces,” said Maradei. “But I believe we’ll get to the position where we’re fighting for it throughout the season.”

Northwest

Head coach: Mark Maradei, 1st year (4th overall, 17-14)

League: Montgomery 4A West

Last year’s record: 6-5

Last playoff appearance: 2008 (7th)

Last state title: 2004 (1st)

Players to watch: QB Jarrhett Butler, RB Hassan Dixon, WR Alieu Nyass, LB Chris Bisselle

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4A West Division: Games to have plenty of local flavor

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The Gazette

Sept 1, 2009

There will be rivalry games a-plenty in the Montgomery 4A West this year. With Bethesda-Chevy Chase moving up from 3A to join the party, the league now includes every school that draws players primarily from Bethesda or Potomac.

Gaithersburg and Northwest add a little up-county flavor to the mix. Both were among the logjam of teams at 6-4 last year, which was good enough for the Jaguars to reach the postseason, but not the Trojans.

Wootton is the West’s other 2008 playoff team, beating arch-rival Churchill on the regular season’s last day to get there. Both must answer a big question in 2009: Was last year thanks to one remarkable class, or the birth of new perennial powers?

Whitman leads the league in returning players, thanks to three third-year starters and a bevy of late-season junior varsity call-ups. The Vikings are definitely a playoff darkhorse, while Bethesda rivals B-CC and Walter Johnson begin new eras with first-year coaches.

The below capsules are excerpts from the full team-by-team previews, available online at http://www.gazette.net/montsports/football.

B-CC (2-8 in 2008)

“Our coaches really emphasized the fact that our school is known for getting beat down early in games and then not being able to come back,” senior quarterback Casey Fitzgerald said.

B-CC faces plenty of challenges in 2009, not least of which a move up from Class 3A to the deeper 4A field. The varsity roster will only run 25-30 players deep, “not ideal for 4A,” according to head coach Rich Noland, and only seven of those are seniors.

Churchill (6-4)

Joe Allen, who favored a pass-happy spread offense with the Barons last year, has adapted his philosophy to ease the transition for his players.

“I threw in a couple wrinkles,” Allen said. “We may throw a little bit more because we have some physical receivers who can run. We want to take advantage of that.”

However, the Bulldogs’ bread and butter is still their ground attack.

Gaithersburg (6-4)

“When it comes time for blitzes, people are going to have to watch for our speed,” linebacker Edwin Johnson said.

Walter Johnson (1-9)

“Nobody has really respected us for a while now,” said Pat Teixeira, who helped Walter Johnson to its first on-field win in four years last season. “That’s what we’ve demanded.”

Teixeira (5-foot-11, 285 pounds) and his teammates know all too well that respect comes with wins. But despite some perceived obstacles — first-year coach Jon Kadi has just one year of high school assistant experience, and junior quarterback Cole Ahnell is just 5-6 — the Wildcats sense a new beginning.

Northwest (6-5)

“We’ve had a lot of tragedy since I got here and all I can say is that we have a resilient group of young men,” said first-year head coach Mark Maradei. “I’ve been very happy and really amazed at how everyone’s been dealing with everything that’s been dropped in their laps. I can’t imagine being their age and doing what they’re doing.”

Whitman (4-6)

Receiver Larry Kline, tight end/defensive back Danny Lee and running back Kevin Cecala will be key cogs in Whitman’s machinery, along with junior quarterback Henry Kuhn. Kuhn was brought up from junior varsity to start the last four games of 2008, which included a win over Springbrook to spoil the Blue Devils’ playoff hopes.

Winning a couple of big games late in the season gave them a taste of that thrill of victory we covet so much,” said head coach Jim Kuhn.

Wootton (7-4)

Wootton did graduate the pioneers of this resurgence; Greg Malling’s first freshman class, which included three-year starting quarterback Mike Mooney, the county’s leading passer with 3,062 yards and 27 touchdowns, and wide receiver Stephane N’goumou (9 TDs).

But building a program means being able to replace the Mooneys and N’goumous.

“This was our third straight offseason of listening to people say, ‘Wootton graduated anyone that was any good. They’re going to suck now,'” Malling said.

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August 27, 2009

All-Decade Team: Week 16

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Thursday, August 27, 2009

Week 16

JOE LEFEGED
Position: Linebacker
Varsity Playing Years: 2006

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Offensive Player of the Decade: Ike Whitaker – Class of 2005
Offense: QB Josh Volpe – Class of 2007
Offense: RB Ray Custis – Class of 2000
Offense: RB Anthony King – Class of 2007
Offense: RB Tony Nelson – Class of 2005
Offense: WR Dean Boateng – Class of 2007
Offense: WR Darren Brownlee – Class of 2005
Offense: TE George Hackey – Class of 2000
Offense: OL Fred Lamberth – Class of 2006
Offense: OL Tyrone Leatherwood – Class of 2008
Offense: OL Kwang-Min Choe – Class of 2003
Offense: OL Lee Oliver – Class of 2004
Offense:OL Bill Rodriguez – Class of 2000
Offense:OL Nathan Soto – Class of 2004
Defensive Player of the Decade: Joe Lefeged – Class of 2007
Defense: DB Anwar Phillips – Class of 2001
Defense: DB French Pope – Class of 2000
Defense: DB Dustin Smith – Class of 2003
Defense: DB DeWayne Whitaker – Class of 2003
Defense: LB Kelvin Davies – Class of 2004
Defense: LB Wes Fry – Class of 2004
Defense: LB Eugene King – Class of 2002
Defense: LB Chris Patterson – Class of 2007
Defense: LB Terrence Peete – Class of 2005
Defense: DL Terrell Golden – Class of 2001
Defense: DL Jon Green – Class of 2002
Defense: DL Cortenous Herbert – Class of 2005
Defense: DL Brad Stewart – Class of 2001
Kicker: Mehmet Hazar – Class of 2001
Punter: Brian Shaw – Class of 2001
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next week: The Northwest Jaguar of The Decade

August 21, 2009

Unbillable hours: ‘The guy in the tie’ has a gridiron soul

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by STEVE LASH
Daily Record Legal Affairs Writer
August 21, 2009 8:52 PM

For Jeffrey Van Grack, coaching high school football — and mentoring the players in the game of life — provides welcome relief from his day job practicing community-associations law.

On the gridiron at Northwest High School in Germantown, Van Grack spends many fall afternoons instructing receivers on pass patterns, catching the ball and eluding would-be tacklers. Year round, he advises the players on leadership skills, telling them not to be followers but to blaze their own trail, much as they strive to do on the field.

“It’s all about the kids,” said Van Grack, 55, a partner at Lerch, Early & Brewer Chtd. in Bethesda. “For me to be able to relate to high school kids and have an impact on their lives, it’s special.”

Van Grack said he tells the teenage boys that “there’s more to life than football” and advises them to resist peer pressure and focus on “being better leaders on the field, off the field and in life.”

Those lessons were put to the test this summer after the death of teammate Edwin “Dek” Miller, who collapsed after completing the final run at a team practice July 2. The 16-year-old, who would have been a junior this fall,
died July 6.

This season the players will wear a patch on their uniforms that reads “Dek.”
“He’s still part of our team,” Van Grack said.

Autopsy results are pending from the Washington, D.C., medical examiner’s office.

“I think we’re recovering well,” Van Grack said of the players, the other coaches and him. “The kids are learning a very good lesson: Seize the moment; you never know what tomorrow brings.”

Beyond football
For Eby Kalantar, who graduated from Northwest in 2002, “tomorrow” put him on the path to a legal career. He is in his second year at the University of Baltimore School of Law.

A safety when he played for Northwest, Kalantar said his decision to attend law school was influenced largely by his frequent conversations with Van Grack, with whom he still talks.

Van Grack was “a coach and a mentor to a lot of the kids, particularly the kids who had aspirations beyond football,” Kalantar said.

Getting the young players to listen, though, can be challenging. Often, the first time they see him, he is wearing a suit, having arrived at the field directly from the office or the courtroom.

The first-year players will say, “Who’s the guy in the tie?” Van Grack said. But “once they find out I’m a regular guy, [listening] comes pretty natural” to them, he said.

Van Grack has been volunteering at Northwest for about a dozen seasons.

His interest started when he saw a young man copying what were clearly football plays on the law firm copier. The man, the son of a secretary at the firm, explained he was the offensive coordinator for Northwest’s then fledgling football program.

Van Grack, a receiver on his Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School team in the early 1970s, asked if the new program wanted a volunteer coach.
First, though, they made him a scout. Van Grack would watch other high school teams and report back to the coaching staff on ways to stop the other schools’ offenses and elude their defenses.

He did that for seven years before they made him a coach, which he calls “a passion and a therapy.”

Even so, Van Grack realizes his calling is the law and leaves it to head coach Mark Maradei to lead the boys on the field.

“I’m not the brain surgeon-John Madden football guy,” Van Grack said, referring to the former Oakland Raiders head coach and longtime NFL broadcaster.

No strings attached
But Maradei said Van Grack’s selfless dedication to the football program in general — and the players in particular — is important to the team’s success. Northwest regularly makes the playoffs and won the state championship in 2004.

In Van Grack, the players see someone “completely committed to something with no strings attached,” Maradei said.

His passion for the team is reflected in Van Grack’s office décor, which is — in his words — “a shrine to Northwest football,” with memorabilia from the school and photos of the players on shelves and window sills.

Sprinkled among the items celebrating the Northwest High School Jaguars are photos of his wife and children, now grown.

“It’s either my family,” Van Grack said, “or Northwest football.”

source: mddailyrecord.com

August 20, 2009

All-Decade Team: Week 15

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Thursday, August 20, 2009

Week 15

IKE WHITAKER
Position: Quarterback
Varsity Playing Years: 2001-2004

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Offensive Player of the Decade: Ike Whitaker – Class of 2005
Offense: QB Josh Volpe – Class of 2007
Offense: RB Ray Custis – Class of 2000
Offense: RB Anthony King – Class of 2007
Offense: RB Tony Nelson – Class of 2005
Offense: WR Dean Boateng – Class of 2007
Offense: WR Darren Brownlee – Class of 2005
Offense: TE George Hackey – Class of 2000
Offense: OL Fred Lamberth – Class of 2006
Offense: OL Tyrone Leatherwood – Class of 2008
Offense: OL Kwang-Min Choe – Class of 2003
Offense: OL Lee Oliver – Class of 2004
Offense:OL Bill Rodriguez – Class of 2000
Offense:OL Nathan Soto – Class of 2004
Defense: DB Anwar Phillips – Class of 2001
Defense: DB French Pope – Class of 2000
Defense: DB Dustin Smith – Class of 2003
Defense: DB DeWayne Whitaker – Class of 2003
Defense: LB Kelvin Davies – Class of 2004
Defense: LB Wes Fry – Class of 2004
Defense: LB Eugene King – Class of 2002
Defense: LB Chris Patterson – Class of 2007
Defense: LB Terrence Peete – Class of 2005
Defense: DL Terrell Golden – Class of 2001
Defense: DL Jon Green – Class of 2002
Defense: DL Cortenous Herbert – Class of 2005
Defense: DL Brad Stewart – Class of 2001
Kicker: Mehmet Hazar – Class of 2001
Punter: Brian Shaw – Class of 2001
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next week: The Defensive Player of the Decade

August 16, 2009

At Md. Schools, Learning to Cope

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Suitland, Northwest Dealing With Death

Washington Post Staff Writers
Sunday, August 16, 2009

Beneath the rising Saturday morning sun, an apparition struck Jason Johnson in midstep as he zigzagged through cones during the first football practice of the year. The image was clear to the Suitland senior. So, too was the voice, and even the aura exuded by a man who came to personify not just the Rams’ football program, but the school’s overall identity.

Nick Lynch, however, was not feverishly leading practice at Suitland as he did the past 13 seasons. Lynch was killed in an automobile accident Dec. 31, and, for the first time, several teenagers stepped onto a field and did not hear the voice, see the face or feel the tough love Lynch showered on a generation of students that won 117 games and two state championships under his direction.

“I would see him as I was going around the cones,” Johnson said. “I was seeing it. I was hearing it. I was feeling it. I was getting tired, but I kept hearing his voice, like, ‘Jason, don’t let it get you down.’

“Football is my coping mechanism, and I take that and keep his voice in my head.”

Similar sentiments were being felt at Northwest High in Germantown, where the Jaguars took the field for a full practice for the first time since Edwin “Dek” Miller, 16, died July 16, four days after collapsing during a voluntary workout. Miller’s mother, Nahdi Nah, delivered lunch for the Jaguars’ coaching staff that would have instructed her son. Nah didn’t want to stay long, but told the coaches that while her son may not be in a Jaguars uniform, she will remain a part of this football family.

“Dek loved playing football,” Northwest Coach Mark Maradei said. “It was his passion and by continuing to be a part of it this season — or for as long as she wants to be — she has found a way to share in and extend that passion even though he isn’t here.”

The beginning of football practice at public schools across Maryland on Saturday also marked a part of the healing process for players at Suitland and Northwest, where memories of both Lynch and Miller are so linked with the game.

“How many times did I walk through that [practice field] gate — two, three hundred times?” said Suitland Coach Ed Shields, an assistant to Lynch the past four seasons who began his coaching career at Northwestern the same year Lynch took over at Suitland. “Every time from now on, I’m going to think that we’re missing a good man. Stepping back on this field, that’s what really brings it back.

“The public is eight months removed, but we aren’t eight months removed.”

Lynch died after last football season ended and the Rams turned in their equipment. Even though Lynch was a ubiquitous presence in the school, the Rams never had to step onto a football field since then without him. As Saturday approached, they mulled their new reality.

“It was tough in bed last night getting ready for this. I kept waking up,” senior Keith Brown said. “I was thinking about when I was a sophomore and he sent me home from two-a-days because I wasn’t working hard enough. He made me a better man, a tougher man.”

Said Johnson: “When I got in [to the gymnasium before practice] and he wasn’t there, it hit me. You get used to somebody and you get used to a routine. But when you turn on the lights and start doing roll call, man, that’s when it hurt. It hit home to me that he wasn’t there.”

The Rams practiced on grass adjacent to the site that will be dedicated as the David “Nick” Lynch Memorial Field prior to their home opener Sept. 12 against Bladensburg. Shields added that all players across Prince George’s County will wear an “NL” sticker on the back of their helmets during the season, proof that Lynch’s impact stretched far beyond the confines of Suitland.

“It’s still a healing process,” Suitland Principal Mark Fossett said. “Nick was a big part of this school, this community.”

The healing is also continuing at Northwest, nearly six weeks after Miller’s death, the cause of which is still unknown. Attending medical personnel, however, told family members that Miller, who would have been a junior, showed signs of dehydration and possible heatstroke. Autopsy results are pending and the D.C. medical examiner’s office has 90 days to report the findings, according to a spokeswoman.

For Miller’s teammates, who also coped with the death of Shiane Dixon, 12, the younger sister of Jaguars senior Hassan Dixon on June 29, the return of practice and the promise of a new season are welcome arrivals. They will wear stickers on their helmets for both Miller and Shiane Dixon, and hold a moment of silence before their first home game on Sept. 11 against Springbrook. But what the players want most is to work toward the goal that has remained constant throughout the tragic offseason — winning a state championship.

“Football is how we express our feelings and we built up a lot of feelings over the summer,” quarterback Jarrhett Butler said. “We’ve got a lot of emotion and we’re ready to let it all out. Hassan’s sister always talked about him winning and Dek always wanted states. Their mission is our mission.”

While Saturday was their first experience, it may take the whole season for Suitland players to adapt to a different voice on the sideline and Northwest players acknowledging a different player lining up next to them on the field.

“The vibe is a little different,” said Suitland senior Jeremiah Johnson, a four-year varsity player, and no relation to Jason Johnson, “because you don’t hear that guy in your ear telling you, ‘Let’s go. Let’s get a little chatter. Who wants to be a leader?’ I still heard those things, but it was just a memory. It’s not the same.”

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August 13, 2009

All-Decade Team: Week 14

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Thursday, August 13, 2009

Week 14

LEE OLIVER
Position: Offensive Line
Varsity Playing Years: 2001-2003
WES FRY
Position: Linebacker
Varsity Playing Years: 2001-2003
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Offense: QB Josh Volpe – Class of 2007
Offense: RB Ray Custis – Class of 2000
Offense: RB Anthony King – Class of 2007
Offense: RB Tony Nelson – Class of 2005
Offense: WR Dean Boateng – Class of 2007
Offense: WR Darren Brownlee – Class of 2005
Offense: TE George Hackey – Class of 2000
Offense: OL Fred Lamberth – Class of 2006
Offense: OL Tyrone Leatherwood – Class of 2008
Offense: OL Kwang-Min Choe – Class of 2003
Offense: OL Lee Oliver – Class of 2004
Offense:OL Bill Rodriguez – Class of 2000
Offense:OL Nathan Soto – Class of 2004
Defense: DB Anwar Phillips – Class of 2001
Defense: DB French Pope – Class of 2000
Defense: DB Dustin Smith – Class of 2003
Defense: DB DeWayne Whitaker – Class of 2003
Defense: LB Kelvin Davies – Class of 2004
Defense: LB Wes Fry – Class of 2004
Defense: LB Eugene King – Class of 2002
Defense: LB Chris Patterson – Class of 2007
Defense: LB Terrence Peete – Class of 2005
Defense: DL Terrell Golden – Class of 2001
Defense: DL Jon Green – Class of 2002
Defense: DL Cortenous Herbert – Class of 2005
Defense: DL Brad Stewart – Class of 2001
Kicker: Mehmet Hazar – Class of 2001
Punter: Brian Shaw – Class of 2001
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next week: The Offensive Player of the Decade

August 6, 2009

All Decade Team: Week 13

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Thursday, August 6, 2009

Week 13

ANTHONY KING
Position: Running Back
Varsity Playing Years: 2004-2006
ANWAR PHILLIPS
Position: Defensive Back
Varsity Playing Years: 1998-2000
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Offense: QB Josh Volpe – Class of 2007
Offense: RB Ray Custis – Class of 2000
Offense: RB Anthony King – Class of 2007
Offense: RB Tony Nelson – Class of 2005
Offense: WR Dean Boateng – Class of 2007
Offense: WR Darren Brownlee – Class of 2005
Offense: TE George Hackey – Class of 2000
Offense: OL Fred Lamberth – Class of 2006
Offense: OL Tyrone Leatherwood – Class of 2008
Offense: OL Kwang-Min Choe – Class of 2003
Offense:OL Bill Rodriguez – Class of 2000
Offense:OL Nathan Soto – Class of 2004
Defense: DB Anwar Phillips – Class of 2001
Defense: DB French Pope – Class of 2000
Defense: DB Dustin Smith – Class of 2003
Defense: DB DeWayne Whitaker – Class of 2003
Defense: LB Kelvin Davies – Class of 2004
Defense: LB Eugene King – Class of 2002
Defense: LB Chris Patterson – Class of 2007
Defense: LB Terrence Peete – Class of 2005
Defense: DL Terrell Golden – Class of 2001
Defense: DL Jon Green – Class of 2002
Defense: DL Cortenous Herbert – Class of 2005
Defense: DL Brad Stewart – Class of 2001
Kicker: Mehmet Hazar – Class of 2001
Punter: Brian Shaw – Class of 2001
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next week: an offensive lineman and a linebacker

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